The Future of Meetings
The ClientKonica Minolta Buisiness Innovation Center - London.
Konica Minolta’s UK Business Innovation Center asked us to look into the design principles that would shape the future of meetings. Our goal was to lay the groundwork to establish a set of design principles for improving the meeting experience. Through these design principles we envisioned a concept for the future of collaborative meetings, that involved developing sensing and projection technologies, that have the power for new kinds of interactions and collaborations.
I was part of a 3-person team that covered all aspects of the design research process: trends and user research, insight mapping, ideation, co-creation, and prototyping.
In our aim to establish a set of design principles for improving the meeting experience, we employed several research, ideation, and prototyping tools. Our research focused on three main categories: trends investigation, user research, and co-creation sessions. From the research, we built several insights and design principles.
We delivered a set of guiding design principles to be used in Konica Minolta’s new workplace hub platform. Through these design principles we envisioned a concept for the future of collaborative meetings that involved developing sensing and projection technologies, leveraging existing Konica Minolta research and development. A video prototyped showed the potential for new kinds of interaction and collaboration.