design is invisible
Lutz Schmitt – @luxux –10th euroIA – Brussels 2014
photo by sigfridlundberg on flickr.com cc-by-sa-2.0
Lucius Burckhardt (1925—2003)
was a researcher, teacher, theorist and and
activist. He was interested in architecture,
lan...
photo by Lutz Schmitt cc-by-sa-3.0
1) design is invisible
2) who plans the planning?
3) why is landscape beautiful?
design is invisible
photo by sigfridlundberg on flickr.com cc-by-sa-2.0
"Bauhaus" by Mewes in de-Wikipedia - Own work. Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons - https://commons.wikime...
don't design the object
design the influence
an object has to the institution it belongs to
design the influence
an object has to the institution it belongs to
system
context
structure
service
interface
function
the night
a hospital
family
UX doesn't deliver here
userbusiness happy
not the userbusiness user
business goals
design principles
space of action
nightspace of action
maybe
UX is just educated marketing
maybe
even the term UX is harmful
language matters
language matters
user / customer / player / person / human
Photo source http://iruntheinternet.com/01008
photo by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reserved.
a short story
about a wine bar, the person
running it and a website
Photography by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reservedPhotography by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reserved
Photography by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reservedPhotography by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reserved
Photography and graphics by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reservedPhotography and graphics by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reserved
Photography and graphics by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reservedPhotography and graphics by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reserved...
Photography and graphics by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reservedPhotography and graphics by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reserved...
photo by Lutz Schmitt cc-by-sa-3.0
who plans the planning?
how methods and tools define the outcome
Illustration by zen-3 on deviantart.com cc-by-nd-nc-3.0. ...
user testing
testing if the user understands,
what we expect from him
persona
believing that people are
actually quite shallow
customer journey mapping: effective since 1710 A.D.
Illustration by zen-3 on deviantart.com cc-by-nd-nc-3.0. http://zen-3....
Photo by Tom Gerdes. All rights reserved. Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/betterlivingthroughimagineering/1342712089P...
Photo by Tom Gerdes. All rights reserved. Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/betterlivingthroughimagineering/1342712089P...
photo by Lutz Schmitt cc-by-sa-3.0
Possible criteria for a new design
✔ Does the product consist of materials that are
digged out without oppression?
✔ Is it...
photo by Tray Ratcliffe on flickr.com cc-by-nc-sa-2.0
Why is landscape beautiful?
landscape
is interpretation and interaction
photo by Tray Ratcliffe on flickr.com cc-by-nc-sa-2.0
internet as landscape
Rendering by Ryan Bliss. All rights reservedRendering by Ryan Bliss. All rights reserved
Screenshot of interactive global internet map 2012 by telegeography.comScreenshot of interactive global internet map 2012 ...
Rendering by Facebook. All rights reserved.Rendering by Facebook. All rights reserved.
illustration by iA. All rights reserved.illustration by iA. All rights reserved.
Screenshot of internet map by internet-map.net. All rights reserved.Screenshot of internet map by internet-map.net. All ri...
Illustration by JaySimons on jaysimons.deviantart.com all rights reservedIllustration by JaySimons on jaysimons.deviantart...
Screenshot from http://kk.org/internet-mapping/
Screenshot from http://kk.org/internet-mapping/
Screenshot from http://kk.org/internet-mapping/
photo by Tray Ratcliffe on flickr.com cc-by-nc-sa-2.0
information landscape architecture
photo by Tray Ratcliffe on flickr.com cc-by-nc-sa-2.0
pervasive information architecture
Andrea Resmini / Luca Rosati
Thank you for listening
@luxuxLutz Schmitt
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Design is invisible. A term created by Lucius Burckhardt in 1980. This presentation reflects on some of Lucius Burckhardts central ideas and how they could be applied to today's UX design and information architecture or could change our perception of what we're doing.

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Design Is Invisible - euroIA 2014 - Brussels

  1. 1. design is invisible Lutz Schmitt – @luxux –10th euroIA – Brussels 2014 photo by sigfridlundberg on flickr.com cc-by-sa-2.0
  2. 2. Lucius Burckhardt (1925—2003) was a researcher, teacher, theorist and and activist. He was interested in architecture, landscape architecture, design, urban development, socio-economics and all the things that connected these fields. photo by Annemarie Burckhardt provided by Hermann Schmitz Verlag
  3. 3. photo by Lutz Schmitt cc-by-sa-3.0 1) design is invisible 2) who plans the planning? 3) why is landscape beautiful?
  4. 4. design is invisible photo by sigfridlundberg on flickr.com cc-by-sa-2.0
  5. 5. "Bauhaus" by Mewes in de-Wikipedia - Own work. Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Bauhaus.JPG#mediaviewer/File:Bauhaus.JPG the “good form” is dead there is no final design to be found and no perfect rules to be followed
  6. 6. don't design the object
  7. 7. design the influence an object has to the institution it belongs to
  8. 8. design the influence an object has to the institution it belongs to system context structure service interface function
  9. 9. the night
  10. 10. a hospital
  11. 11. family
  12. 12. UX doesn't deliver here
  13. 13. userbusiness happy
  14. 14. not the userbusiness user
  15. 15. business goals
  16. 16. design principles
  17. 17. space of action
  18. 18. nightspace of action
  19. 19. maybe UX is just educated marketing
  20. 20. maybe even the term UX is harmful
  21. 21. language matters
  22. 22. language matters user / customer / player / person / human
  23. 23. Photo source http://iruntheinternet.com/01008
  24. 24. photo by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reserved. a short story about a wine bar, the person running it and a website
  25. 25. Photography by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reservedPhotography by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reserved
  26. 26. Photography by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reservedPhotography by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reserved
  27. 27. Photography and graphics by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reservedPhotography and graphics by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reserved
  28. 28. Photography and graphics by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reservedPhotography and graphics by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reserved w hen w ho w here detailson w hat details on w here & w henstreet vieww hat
  29. 29. Photography and graphics by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reservedPhotography and graphics by Lutz Schmitt. All rights reserved Please notice the absence of any interaction or communication offer.
  30. 30. photo by Lutz Schmitt cc-by-sa-3.0
  31. 31. who plans the planning? how methods and tools define the outcome Illustration by zen-3 on deviantart.com cc-by-nd-nc-3.0. http://zen-3.deviantart.com/art/Treasure-map-185587584
  32. 32. user testing testing if the user understands, what we expect from him
  33. 33. persona believing that people are actually quite shallow
  34. 34. customer journey mapping: effective since 1710 A.D. Illustration by zen-3 on deviantart.com cc-by-nd-nc-3.0. http://zen-3.deviantart.com/art/Treasure-map-185587584
  35. 35. Photo by Tom Gerdes. All rights reserved. Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/betterlivingthroughimagineering/1342712089Photo by Tom Gerdes. All rights reserved. Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/betterlivingthroughimagineering/1342712089
  36. 36. Photo by Tom Gerdes. All rights reserved. Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/betterlivingthroughimagineering/1342712089Photo by Tom Gerdes. All rights reserved. Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/betterlivingthroughimagineering/1342712089
  37. 37. photo by Lutz Schmitt cc-by-sa-3.0
  38. 38. Possible criteria for a new design ✔ Does the product consist of materials that are digged out without oppression? ✔ Is it produced in a senseful, uninterrupted workflow? ✔ Has it multiple uses? ✔ Is it long-lasting? ✔ In which condition do you throw it away, and what happens then? ✔ Does it make the user dependent on central services or can it be used independently? ✔ Does it privilege the user or stimulates commonality? ✔ Is it freely choosable, or does it enforce additional purchases? Text by Lucius Burckhardt in Werk-Archithèse Nr. 4, 1977, translation by Lutz Schmitt
  39. 39. photo by Tray Ratcliffe on flickr.com cc-by-nc-sa-2.0 Why is landscape beautiful?
  40. 40. landscape is interpretation and interaction
  41. 41. photo by Tray Ratcliffe on flickr.com cc-by-nc-sa-2.0
  42. 42. internet as landscape
  43. 43. Rendering by Ryan Bliss. All rights reservedRendering by Ryan Bliss. All rights reserved
  44. 44. Screenshot of interactive global internet map 2012 by telegeography.comScreenshot of interactive global internet map 2012 by telegeography.com
  45. 45. Rendering by Facebook. All rights reserved.Rendering by Facebook. All rights reserved.
  46. 46. illustration by iA. All rights reserved.illustration by iA. All rights reserved.
  47. 47. Screenshot of internet map by internet-map.net. All rights reserved.Screenshot of internet map by internet-map.net. All rights reserved.
  48. 48. Illustration by JaySimons on jaysimons.deviantart.com all rights reservedIllustration by JaySimons on jaysimons.deviantart.com all rights reserved
  49. 49. Screenshot from http://kk.org/internet-mapping/
  50. 50. Screenshot from http://kk.org/internet-mapping/
  51. 51. Screenshot from http://kk.org/internet-mapping/
  52. 52. photo by Tray Ratcliffe on flickr.com cc-by-nc-sa-2.0 information landscape architecture
  53. 53. photo by Tray Ratcliffe on flickr.com cc-by-nc-sa-2.0 pervasive information architecture Andrea Resmini / Luca Rosati
  54. 54. Thank you for listening @luxuxLutz Schmitt

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