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Matt Jones

Matt Jones
Interaction Design Director, Google Creative Lab

Website | @moleitau

Matt Jones is interaction design director at Google Creative Lab in New York. He has been designing digital products and services since 1995.

Creative director for the launch of BBC News Online, he co-founded and designed Dopplr.com in 2007, a service for frequent travelers since bought by Nokia. Between 2003 and 2005, he worked at Nokia on areas as diverse as tangible and physical interfaces and the human experience of play.

Between 2009 and 2012 he was a principal at BERG, a design and invention company in London that has had projects exhibited in MoMA and products featured in Financial Times, Fast Company, Wired and Marvel Comics.

He studied architecture, and has been writing for fifteen years about interaction design at http://www.magicalnihilism.com, and has taught at the RCA, SVA and CIID.

Sessions

Design and User Experience
Location: 2006 Level: Intermediate
Matt Jones (Google Creative Lab), Tom Coates (Thington Inc.)
There's an explosion in "personal informatics:" services that surface information about you and your network to your advantage. Matt Jones will examine how great UX design can maximize the benefits to all. Read more.