Marty Neumeier speaks about “Metaskills: Five Talents for the Robotic Age” at the UX Conference in London
January 23, 2013 at 11:57 pm
The UX Conference in London.
UX London will take place in Trinity Laban, a world class Arts Academy situated in Greenwich, London. Designed by the architects behind the Turbine Hall and the Beijing Olympic Stadium – the RIBA award winning building is the perfect setting for three days of pure design. UX London is offering inspirational talks in the morning, followed by hands-on workshops in the afternoon. Each day will have a different theme covering product design, behavior design and strategic design. The 28 speakers that have been invited to participate in UX London represent top user experience experts and design gurus from all over the world – including our very own, Marty Neumeier!
Marty Neumeier will discuss the metaskills required to create highly original work.
Marty’s presentation will look at what happens when a paradigm shifts, leaving no clear vision for the future. Times like these favor the visionary, the imaginative, and the creative. He’ll explain how to stay on top of the Robot Curve, a constant waterfall of obsolescence and opportunity, by developing a personal set of metaskills—the five talents of feeling, seeing, dreaming, making and learning. After his talk, he’ll lead a 3-hour workshop to help participants understand which metaskills are their metaskills, the ones most likely to bring them joy, fulfillment, and economic freedom in the coming Robotic Age.
We’ve secured a 10% discount for friends of Liquid.
We look forward to being inspired at UX London, and hope that we might see you there. As a friend of Liquid, you qualify for a 10% discount to the event. Please find the event link below to sign up for the event and use the code Liquid10 to apply the discount. Also, if you think that this conference might be helpful for one or more of your friends and colleagues, please forward this posting along via email or social media. We appreciate your help, and invite you to post a comment should you have any questions, insights or suggestions. Thank you!