The Design of Wearables

2014 Summer Series at CCA


Mix & Stir Studio is proud to be partnering with the California College of the Arts this summer to host, ‘The Design of Wearables” Summer Series, at CCA.

Events are open to anyone in the community interested in how design impacts the acceptance, popularity, and performance of wearables.

Join us for this series of meetups, panels, classes and workshops produced in association with Mix & Stir Studio and CCA’s DMBA program.

Hear from industry leading companies like Google, Jawbone, Autodesk and Fast Company. See the latest trends in UX and product design and meet leaders from the latest innovative startups.



What Do People Do with Their Wearable Data?
Designing for Customer Needs at the Fuzzy Front End
Inspiring Creative Strategies for Wearables -– Brand Focus
Designing Wearable Technology for Humans
Inspiring Creative Strategies for Wearables –- Design Focus
Who’s Set to Win & Why: An Overview of the Wearables Space
Work with Me: Integrating Wearable Design and Technology
Cocktails & Demo with Google Glass @ Basecamp
Google Glass Design Sprint
Methods & Materials: Prototyping Fashion-Forward Wearables
Crowdfunding for Wearables
Make it Meaningful: Designing Wearables We’ll Desire
Why Should I Wear This?
Pitch & Pivot: How to Shift from Software to Hardware
Fashionable + Practical: Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration
Don’t Make Me Stare: Scaling UX Design for Fleeting Attention
Sensor Technology & the Internet of Things



Internet of Things Meetup
The Quantified Self-Meetup
Wearables from a UX Perspective (Panel discussion)
Wearables from a Fashion Design Perspective (Panel discussion)
Wearables: What’s Next? (Panel discussion)
Wearables from a Product Design Perspective (Panel discussion)
Sensory Tech: Optics, Haptics & Audio (Panel discussion)
AutoDesk Design Night: Fashion + Tech
WearTechCon: Wearable Tech Meetup (sign up coming soon)


Mix & Stir is collaborating on this series of workshops for 2014 Summer Session.

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