Designing For The Mind – SXSW 2015
If you were one of the many people turned away at the door of my Designing for the Mind panel with Nathalie Nahai and Nir Eyal, or weren’t at SXSW at all, you can still grab my slides below. There are links to Nathalie’s and Nir’s slides, too.
We were all sorry to see people not being able to get into our session, particularly those who waited in line hoping for an opening. One person said that the room was full 45-minutes before the session. (If we’re invited back next year, we’ll request a bigger room, but those decisions are totally up to the SXSW organizers.)
Big thanks from Nathalie, Nir, and me to the folks who arrived really early and got a spot in the room. (Extra thanks to those who had to stand!)
Here are a few comments from the people that did get in:
#designmind Mind-blowing panel. Thanks @rogerdooley @nireyal @NathalieNahai #SXSWi
— Deloitte Digital AU (@DeloitteDIGI_AU) March 14, 2015
Terrific presentation by @rogerdooley @nathalieNahai and @nireyal #sxswi #sxsw15
— Nancy Harhut (@nharhut) March 14, 2015
#designmind the best session at #sxsw15 so far by far pic.twitter.com/iUbf0X6MRJ
— Steve Griffiths (@rsgriffiths007) March 14, 2015
@nireyal @rogerdooley crushing it!
— Noah Fleming (@noahfleming) March 14, 2015
@ramirocaso you'd love this amazing talk Designing for the Mind #SXSW #DesignMind
— Roger Leiton (@rogerleiton) March 14, 2015
I have learnt a lot and my hand hurts from writing! 😛 thanks @nathalienahai @nireyal @rogerdooley #sxsw #designmind pic.twitter.com/u9zxaZjFsE
— Kelly Culver (@KellyCulver96) March 14, 2015
Our Slide Decks
Nathalie, Nir, and I usually do longer keynote-style speeches, but for this panel format we did quick 10-15 minute presos. We managed to cram a lot of learning into that space – the only criticism of our session I heard was, “Wow, that was really a LOT of content!”
Here’s my deck:
Want Nathalie Nahai’s slides? They are here.
Nir’s slides are here.
If we didn’t meet at SXSW, I hope we can in the future!
All three of us speak around the world about these topics – perhaps we’ll meet at a future event:
Nathalie Nahai – Speaking Engagements
Nir Eyal – Speaking Engagements
Roger Dooley – Speaking Engagements
BIG THANKS for the Slides!
Hope you find them useful, Gilson. My slides can be a bit hard to interpret without the speech itself, but some of the content should make sense. 🙂
Thanks a ton for sharing us the presentation, Roger, and I loved your insight on Imaginary and Perceived Friction. I was expected more insights on designing mind. However, I believe that I will get by Brainfluence.
One again thanks for the insights, Roger.
Thanks for stopping by, Saikrishna. Be sure to check out my co-panelists decks, too, for more “designing for the mind” info.
Sure, Roger Dooley.
Excellent presentation Roger, thank you so much for posting it. Any chance you might have downloaded by now the whole speech? I have your book and I follow your blog, I can understand most of it, but still, fluency…. you know.
Thanks, Mary! We weren’t able to record our presos, which were actually quite short since we had an hour total and wanted to allow plenty of time for audience interaction. And, at least for my stuff, the slides alone don’t tell the whole story.
Watch my speaking schedule, maybe I’ll be headed to a city near you! (Or, if you know of a conference that could benefit from my work, please feel free to suggest me!)
Thanks for dropping by, Mary.