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Simone Rebaudengo

Simone Rebaudengo
Senior Interaction designer, frog

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Simone Rebaudengo is a senior interaction designer at frog Shanghai, where he designs digital, physical, and behavioral interfaces. His personal research focuses on exploring the implications of living with networked and (somewhat) smart products that change, grow, and make their own decisions.

Simone has a mixed background in product design and generative architecture. He holds an MSc in interaction design from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, where he focused on tangible interfaces and connected products.

He has spoken at universities and events including Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID), China Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), TEDx, UX London, push.conference, dConstruct, and Solid. His works have been published internationally in WIRED, Fast Company, The Atlantic, and designboom. Simone has received awards from Core77, the IxDA Interaction Awards, and the Internet of Things Awards.

Sessions

Society
Location: Fire House
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The discussions on connected and smart products are mostly centred around highly utilitarian and efficiency based scenarios, but these products have evolved beyond simply offering remote access and are becoming relevant actors in our daily lives. But what changes when we a product actually becomes an actor? I will talk about one of them: a toaster, its addiction and its memoir. Read more.