It was about the design of an operating concept that can be used by anyone, regardless of their abilities. An example of this was the Deutsche Bahn ticket vending machine, for which the students designed an adaptive user interface, and thus developed an alternative to the common "One-UI-Fits-All" solution. In short, the interface adapts to the user. In the end, this type of user interface should not only be easy to use for every user, but also proactively and actively address the individual impairments and preferences of the various users with the help of new technical interfaces. In this way, every user should be able to enjoy a pleasant user experience.
Afterwards (at 12.30 pm), there was served a vegetarian meal from the PHOENIX kitchen plus good conversations in order to learn from one another, benefiting from synergies. Our guest speakers got insights into our world of Logic, Morals, and Magic.
LunchTalk Speakers to date: Tilla Goldberg, Ippolito Fleitz; Markus Jehs & Jürgen Laub; Alexander Trage, Dorten; Marcus Fischer, Mackevision; Prof. Matthias Held, HfG Schw.Gmünd; Robin Hofmann, HearDis; Prof. Jochen Rädecker, Strichpunkt; Dr. Frank Heinlein, Werner Sobek; Martin Wippler, Klangfinder; Prof. Thomas Hundt, jangled nerves; Jürgen Späth, Projektriangle; Andreas Kunert, Leithaus-Film; Kai Bierich, Wulf Architekten; Marius Bauer, Umwerk; Vera Schmidt, Sr. Manager Advanced Digital Design, Daimler AG; Friedrich Schmidgall, HU Berlin; Roman Rackwitz, Engaginglab; Ahmet Sakali, Testingtime; Moritz Dörstelmann, FibR; Aline Käfer, LIGANOVA; Prof. Dr. Peter Zec, Red Dot; Joël Gähwiler, ZhdK; Ivan Mallinowski, and Christine Schaal, Containerwerk; Mattias Nirschl, Lumod; Rainer Hirt, Audity; Lisa Zech, STUDIO LZ; Carlo Maria Rauen, Neuroletic-Coaching; Felix Kaminski, Youth Delegate for Sustainable Development 2018 - 2020 of the "Deutscher Bundesjugendring", Berlin; Vera Schindler-Zins, Alex Gottschalk and Christian Paulo (by the Hfg Schwäbisch Gmünd);