Experience Design for Large-scale Multiuser, Multi-touch Interfaces
Jason Brush, Schematic
Session Type: Presentation
In the summer of 2009, design firm Schematic unveiled a massive 12′ x 5′ interactive touch-screen at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival. The Schematic Touchwall is a RFID-enabled, network-connected multi-touch display, which gave attendees of the festival instant access to the complete festival program, 3D maps of the event and surrounding area, and enabled users to schedule meetings with each other and trade contact information via email. Jason Brush, Schematic’s EVP of User Experience Design, will discuss the Touchwall’s design and development, and the challenges of designing for public, multiuser experiences.
Jason Brush is Executive Vice President of User Experience Design at Schematic, where he directs the company’s award-winning Interaction Design and Information Architecture practices. His work emphasizes the evolution of human-computer interaction across the Web, mobile, desktop computing, and interactive environments, and he has lead projects for a diverse set of clients, including Sony, Nokia, BMW, ABC, NBC, Comcast, Motorola, and Microsoft.
Widely recognized in the industry for his expertise, Jason has been a featured speaker at events sponsored by both Microsoft and Apple. He also teaches interaction design at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, and at UCLA’s department of Film, Television & Digital Media, where he has taught classes in interactive media production and art practice for filmmakers. In addition to teaching, Jason serves on the advisory board for the UCLA Center for Research in Engineering, Media and Performance (REMAP).
He holds a MFA in Film Direction from UCLA and lives in Los Angeles.
Good topic. Curious to see how it develops.