This is an archived version of the 2010 edition of UXLx. The current event website is at
12 to 14 May 2010
Lisbon, Portugal
Miles Rochford
Miles Rochford has been designing interactions for more than 15 years, for clients in Australia, the United States and Europe. His past work includes mapping public toilets in Australia, tracking scientific vessels in the Antarctic, and developing services for emerging markets across the world.

Miles is currently a Senior Design Specialist at Nokia, based in London, where he is responsible for the overall user experience of the Nokia Booklet 3G.

Miles Rochford


Becoming Objectified: From Interaction to Product Design

To a dedicated interaction designer, the world of product design can seem impenetrable and intimidating. Moving into a team focused on delivering products, rather than interfaces, can provide many challenges.

Using examples from my work on the Nokia Booklet 3G, I will speak about how interaction designers can learn to work together with a team of product designers - industrial, surfacing, colour & materials, packaging and more - to create products with a great user experience.

Thursday, 13 May @ 14:00-14:20
20 minutes
Auditorium II

Our Sponsors and Supporters

Platinum Sponsors:
Anacom - Autoridade Nacional de Comunicações
Gold Sponsors:
Flag Moo ActiveMedia - ScreenEMotion London User Research Centre Hello Group Corefactor
Silver Sponsors:
O'Reilly Rosenfeld Media Pearson Publishing Morgan Kaufmann - Elsevier Wiley Tobii Technology
Axure - See it happen Goplan Survs - Asking for you Usabilla - Transparent Usability SensoMotoric Instruments Balsamiq Studios invoic€xpress
Media Sponsors:
Want Magazine UX Booth Lucrat Fresh GUI

Partners and Supporters:
TAP Portugal VIP Hotels AHP - Applications and Hosting Provider Hospedeiras e Promotoras de Eventos SpringEventsMadeira Interactive Technologies Institute
Câmara Municipal de Lisboa Associação para a Promoção do Multimédia e da Sociedade Digital e-Skills Week
Log - Open Source Consulting Lisboa Convention Bureau Associação Portuguesa para o Desenvolvimento das Comunicações Cortes de Cima Nokia