Interaction designers can play a key role in creating a more
meaningful, sustainable, and post-consumer world. come learn about
frameworks and approaches that help designers make real change for
Nathan Shedroff is the chair of the ground-breaking MBA in Design
Strategy at California College of Arts (CCA) in San Francisco, CA. He
is one of the pioneers in Experience Design, Interaction Design and
Information Design. He speaks and teaches internationally and has
written extensively on design and business issues, including,
Experience Design 1 and maintains a website with resources on
Experience Design at nathan.com/ed.
He's a serial entrepreneur, works in several media and consults
strategically for companies to build better, more meaningful
experiences for their customers. His latest book, Making Meaning,
co-written with two member of Cheskin, a Silicon Valley-based strategy
consultancy, explores how companies can specifically create products
and services to evoke meaning in their audiences and customers.