• vol. 1

    exploring innovation

  • join us:

    28-05-16, Dortmund, NRW

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process, n = A series of actions and gradual changes, bringing about a particular result.

.process is a series of community-driven events, focused on the findings, surprises and learning that happen while we work, design, and create. We believe unexpected discoveries, failed prototypes, unintended outcomes and new approaches and tools often pave the way toward great ideas and innovative products – .process is the attempt to make these hidden outcomes visible. We’ll discuss and share them in open workshops with like-minded creatives and professionals, and learn collaboratively for our future work.

For our first installment we will take a closer look at connecting objects and people: What to consider when connecting machines in order to support people? Or the other way around? How would you design a service that is to be used by a human and a machine? What are the tools, methods, and techniques needed to design hybrid products, that happen in the physical and non-physical? And where does all this leave us and our roles as designers, makers, and citizens? Join us to hear from a great set of speakers and find out together!

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Andreas Muxel

In his work Andreas Muxel is always looking for a poetical and engaging way of interaction with things, regardless of whether they are hardware or software. He creates artifacts and spaces for all senses blurring the boundaries between the analog and the digital, the physical and the nonphysical. Andreas Muxel has been working in the fields of design, art and technology for over a decade establishing new possibilities through the tools he make.

His projects have been shown internationally (i.a. Ars Electronica Festival Linz, FILE Festival São Paulo, TodaysArt Festival Brussels) and awarded (i.a. Honorary Mention Prix Ars Electronica, VIDA Award, Share Prize). In 2015 he co-founded NEOANALOG, studio for hybrid things and spaces. Since 2013 he is Professor of Interface / Interaction Design at the Köln International School of Design, University of Applied Sciences Cologne.

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Coralie Gourguechon

Coralie Gouguechon is a french interaction designer who is exploring the digital and analog tools and systems, trying to understand and communicate our relationships with technologies. Currently residing as an interaction designer with fabrica, she is interested in the representation of technology, that she deconstructs and simplifies, both on the physical and semantic level. She aims to bring transparency to the black boxes around around electronic and digital devices by making their inner workings and conception process more accessible.
Her work has been featuring at WIRED, Icon and Computer Arts, Creative Applications and the upcoming edition of HOLO magazine among others. Just recently she and her team at fabrica have been shortlisted for this year’s IK Prize on artificial intelligence and art by London’s TATE and Microsoft.

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Harry Keller

Harry Keller is a design-minded developer and scrum master, who has worked on digital stuff with large companies such as Red Bull, Ableton, Bosch, RBMA, Optivo or ZEIT Online. He studied Computer Science & Media, worked at 11 Freunde, helped to build the digital team at Edenspiekermann, teaches at HTW Berlin and spent some time at A Color Bright developing web products and services. Recently he joined forces with a bunch of former colleagues and founded a company himself – it’s called “diesdas.digital”: a fresh agency for digital bits & pieces.

Claudia Brückner

Claudia Brückner is an Experience Designer, Innovation Consultant & Strategist. Besides she facilitates creative processes and teaches Design Thinking at the HPI d-school.
Claudia develops event formats & concepts (from huge conferences to intimate workshops) that focus on user-centered experiences and human interactions. So far, she supported conferences like re:publica, DMY Berlin, Service Experience Camp as well as initiating the 4531km road trip through Europe.

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Timetable and Details

Just short of a week to go until .process vol 1 is a go! Time to take a closer look at the schedule that awaits – plus some extra details on the general set up. Off we go! Timetable for May 28: 14:00 – Doors 14:30 – Opening 14:45 – Harry Keller “Structure and innovation […]

Codecentric: Partner and Panelist

We are excited and grateful to have Codecentric join us as a partner for .process! In addition to some organizational backing, their local lead for Dortmund, Martin Kiel, will join us as a panelist and moderator and bring in his expertise on everything digital. We are very looking to some great discussions and could not […]

Speaker Spotlight: Claudia Brückner

We are thrilled to have yet another wonderful speaker join us for #process16! Claudia Brückner is an Experience Designer, Innovation Consultant & Strategist. Besides she facilitates creative processes and teaches Design Thinking at the HPI d-school. Claudia develops event formats & concepts (from huge conferences to intimate workshops) that focus on user-centered experiences and human […]

Wir haben ein Presse-Kit!

Auf der Suche nach Pressematerial, Fotos, und Texten? Kein Problem – wir haben ein kleines Presse-Kit für #process16 zusammengestellt, mit Fotos der Sprecher, unserer Pressemittelung und den dazugehörigen Logos. Das ganze gibts direkt hier! Bei weiteren Fragen meldet Euch jederzeit gern unter info [at] dotprocess.org

Ablauf und Details

Nur noch knapp eine Woche bis .process vol 1 startet. Zeit, einen Blick auf das Programm zu werfen. Außerdem gibts noch ein paar logistische Tipps und Details. Los geht’s Ablauf für den 28. Mai 14:00 – Einlass 14:30 – Eröffnung 14:45 – Harry Keller “Structure and innovation in agile contexts” (auf deutsch) 15:30 – Claudia Brückner “Designing […]

Codecentric: Partner und Moderator bei .process

Wir freuen uns ganz besonders, gemeinsam mit unserem Partner Codecentric .process umzusetzen. Neben einer organisatorischen Unterstützung haben wir so die Chance, mit Prof. Dr. Martin Kiel einen absoluten Experten für Digitales auf unserem Panel sitzen zu haben. Wir sind gespannt auf die Diskussionen! Martin Kiel Vom Berufswunsch Förster wurde ihm in den 80er Jahren abgeraten. Die […]