“It’s a given today that design responds to our devices, locations, and preferences. But do we expect it to be responsive to cultural differences? Senongo will talk about factors that can affect how design is perceived in places with different cultural norms, as well as how visual and cultural diversity can be built into every stage of our projects. He will also talk about steps we can take to design for a worldwide audience, in a wholehearted and occasionally subversive way.”
The organizers and crowd at AmuseUX were wonderful, and I learned so much from our conversations, and from the other speakers.If you have the ability, I definitely recommend attending this conference (or its sister conference about Big Data) next year.
Here is a link to the slides