Product/Experience Design With Toys

#1: What is my role as a designer in the product development process?

Product development process and interactions

Communicate the essence of the toy clearly

Essential initial conversations with people

#2: Three things you should know as a product designer

I don’t necessarily create the appearance of a toy

Every project has a unique timeline

Engaging interaction ≠ Success

#3: The special case of working remotely

Positives of being remote: Intimacy in communication

Downs of being remote: Observation & research

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Industrial/Experience Designer, Human Computer Interactions and Physical Computing at Carnegie Mellon University

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Patricia Yu

Patricia Yu

Industrial/Experience Designer, Human Computer Interactions and Physical Computing at Carnegie Mellon University

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