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Make Data Work
Sept 29–Oct 1, 2015 • New York, NY
David Boardman

David Boardman
Senior Interaction Design Lead, IDEO


David Boardman is a senior interaction design lead at IDEO New York, where he guides teams designing interactions across multiple touch points that elevate people’s experiences and innovate businesses. David has contributed in bringing to life several complex digital ecosystems for a broad set of industries including healthcare, the public sector, finance, and media, for clients such as the US Department of State, WebMD, UBS, Sky Television, Telstra, Hewlett-Packard, Cisco Systems, the Clinton Global Initiative, Nokia, and Telefónica. David has also worked as a design consultant at frog, a global design innovation firm, and has been involved as a Research Scholar at MIT, where he focused on topics such as civic media, smart cities, and mobile experience. As an educator, he has lectured and has been invited as critic at MIT, Domus Academy, NYU, University of Pennsylvania, and Universidad de Chile. David’s work has been recognized at international venues such as Ars Electronica, MIT Humanities + Digital Conference, Webby Awards, International Journalism Festival, and Milan Design Week.


2:55pm–3:35pm Thursday, 10/01/2015
Design, User Experience, & Visualization
Location: 3D 03/10 Level: Non-technical
Peter Olson (IDEO), David Boardman (IDEO)
Average rating: ****.
(4.33, 6 ratings)
The experience of data extends beyond capturing, storing, and presenting it. Data can help shape customer journeys through products, change the way organizations communicate, and be either a source of confusion or tool for communication. This talk will focus on how design thinking can be applied to data, and how data design can be applied to a wide array of consumer and organizational experiences. Read more.