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mardi 24 mai
de 11:00 à 11:45

Systems Thinking: getting along with complexity

In modern times, both signal and noise overwhelms us—pandemic, wars, climate change, yet another platform redesign—complexity has finally caught up, and we've no choice but to deal with it.

But where do we begin with complexity when there's so much to think of? A systems view might help us unravel the mess, connect the right dots, and eventually getting along with the change. 

That's what this talk is about - a peek into the world of systems thinking, and what it can teach us about embracing and navigating overwhelming things.

Design
Conférence
Salle Beet

Boon ChewPrincipal UX designerElsevier

Boon is a strategic designer who works on complex and messy problem spaces for large enterprises. He is currently a principal UX designer for Elsevier, a global analytics company, where he leads strategic design initiatives for scholarly publishing.  Prior to this, he was a design manager at Publicis.Sapient, working design projects for large organisations across finance, automotive, healthcare, telecoms and retail industries. He formerly served on the board of the Interaction Design Association (IxDA) and is a local leader for IxDA London.