DESIGN DRIVEN INNOVATION
AND ITS NEW FRONTIERS
Design Driven Innovation (DDI), organized by the Mobile Experience Lab at MIT, explores the intersection of design, technology, and entrepreneurship. In its second edition, DDI 2016 will feature distinguished leaders, CEOs, CIOs, high-ranking executives and innovators from industry, academia and research labs, and will focus on design-driven innovation and the groundbreaking technological changes characterizing our time.
Our distinguished panel of speakers will share distinct design methods and approaches that inform real-life projects and drive innovation.
Check out the highlights from DDI 2014, which brought together thought-leaders from the field of design.
MIT Mobile Experience Lab hosts
DESIGN DRIVEN INNOVATION AND ITS NEW FRONTIERS
This conference is organized by the MIT Mobile Experience Lab (MEL), which designs experiences that connect people, information, and places in meaningful ways.
Operating within the vibrant atmosphere of MIT, MEL drives innovation by thoughtfully considering the relationship between emerging technologies and their surrounding social, cultural, and physical spaces.
MEL staff and students conduct academic and field research, design elegant and simple solutions to problems, and tests ideas through physical and digital prototypes to ensure that ideas withstand real-world challenges. The Mobile Experience Laboratory will soon enter the second decade of its existence and is now part of the MIT Comparative Media Studies department.
THIS YEAR’S CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD AT
THE MEDIA LAB AT MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
E14 – 674, Media Lab Complex Building
75 Amherst Street,
Look up Building E14 here.
Wondering where to stay during the conference? Here is a list of hotels compiled by MIT that might help. Live close to MIT to experience the vibrant student life and pioneering tech culture in the area. Stay across the Charles River, near the prominent sites of the American revolution in the historic neighborhoods of Boston.
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