UXify 2018 – What Do Design Skills Look Like in the Age of AI?

Jim Ross / Thursday, March 29, 2018

What skills will designers need in the future, when working with technologies such as artificial intelligence? David Fisher, Product Lead at ustwo, will answer this question in his UXify presentation, "What do Design Skills Look Like in the Age of AI?

UXify 2018: The Future of User Experience, our sixth annual, free UX conference, takes place on Friday, April 27 from 11 am – 5:00 pm, with networking from 5:00 - 7:00 pm. Lunch, snacks, and beer and wine during the networking are included. 

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David Fisher

 What Do Design Skills Look Like in the Age of AI?
By David Fisher, Product Lead at ustwo 

As machines start to do more production work, the meaning of being a designer is changing. But what skills will designers need, and how should designers navigate this evolving landscape? 

This talk will examine how skills and knowledge from diverse fields including data analytics, systems, and narrative design will give designers the mental models needed to adapt and work with this transformational technology. 

David Fisher
David Fisher is a Product Lead at ustwo - a digital product studio that forges best in class digital experiences in partnership with the world’s leading brands. Over the course of the last ten years, David has led projects across a spectrum of industries and top-tier brands including Facebook, Foursquare, Credit Suisse, JP Morgan, UBS, Barclays, Saxo Bank, Tesco, American Express, Worldpay, Toyota, and Google, amongst many others. Alongside client work, David writes and speaks about how digital design practice is evolving alongside the bleeding edge of technology, with a focus on the fields of AI and Cryptocurrency.

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