Design Disciplin proudly presents: our first IRL event in collaboration with Got UX (IxDA Gothenburg Chapter), hosted by Recorded Future.
Got UX meetups are a pillar of the design community in Sweden. In this edition, we'll be talking about "Research through Design" – a way of materializing knowledge based on design work.
With Research through Design, designers can take part in scientific research and advanced education through creative work. This is the breeding ground for ideas and methods in modern human-centered design and beyond.
Time: 2021-12-01 (Wednesday) at 17:00
Venue: Recorded Future | Västra Hamngatan 24 / 411 17 Göteborg
About Got UX
Got UX is a local community based in Gothenburg, Sweden, for people who create digital user experiences: designers, developers, product managers, and more.
Got UX functions as a chapter of the Interaction Design Association (IxDA): a member-supported organization dedicated to the discipline of interaction design. Launched in 2003, IxDA has grown into a global network of 120,000+ individuals and 200+ local groups, focusing on interaction design issues for the practitioner, no matter their level of experience.
More info: meetup.com/got-ux
About Recorded Future
Recorded Future is a cybersecurity company founded in 2009 with headquarters in Somerville, Massachusetts. They specialize in the collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination of threat intelligence.
Recorded Future uses patented machine learning and natural language processing methods to continuously collect and organize data from open web, dark web, and technical sources. The resulting information is displayed within a software-as-a-service portal.
More info: recordedfuture.com
About the Speaker
Dr. Mehmet Aydın Baytaş (@doctorbaytas) is a designer, computer scientist, and creator of Design Disciplin. He is currently based in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Born and raised in Istanbul, Turkey, Mehmet has degrees in mechanical engineering, economics, and design. His research practice, which began on the inaugural team of Koç University's Design Lab, currently spans a decade of experience centered on human-computer interaction (HCI).
More info: baytas.net