Lisa Woods of argodesign Speaks at 2017 Midwest UX Conference
In her session she spoke about a new era we are encroaching upon of experiences and services that bridge the digital and physical worlds — with interactive art as a great medium to learn, experiment, and evolve as an interaction designer. Having worked across healthcare, agriculture, entertainment, and beyond, Woods highlighted the abundance of physical/digital experiences she has seen — which have become an expectation for clients and their users. Staying on top of trends in digital art provides a strategy for remaining ahead of the curve in your career. With immersive experience design largely unmapped and unstructured, new methods and practices are still emerging.
Wood’s clients have included Honeywell, Dell, Farmlink, and Intel. She’s also spoken at SXSW Interactive, Maker Faire Austin, Writers’ League of Texas, and Girls Who Code. Additionally, her work has been published in HOW Design, CityLab, FastCo Design, and Makezine.