DescriptionGood design solutions most often come from teams that have diverse perspectives and skill sets. Though working in interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary teams is not always easy and requires patience and great communication. While every discipline have their perspective on what is most important in a collaborative process, it is easy to lose track of what the actual users may need or even what the end goal is.
From my perspective as an Interaction Designer I present some reflections from my own work, co-designing with educators, students, engineers, psychologists, linguists and more. This talk will discuss how teams can collaborate to find good solutions, manage obstacles in the process and the importance of considering collaborating.