Talk originally recorded at UX Berkeley. Join the meetup here: https://www.meetup.com/UX-Berkeley
Link to higher res slides: https://app.box.com/s/maanlvazdtu1g35zh5nhafaobmiqcnmm
Design systems are becoming standard practice in the realm of Product/UX, but what are the architectural roots of systems-thinking as a way to solve problems that can apply to product/UX? Why do patterns and system-making work for human consumption of information? Chris Chung would like to take you on an architectural journey of the latest methods in parametric and emergent pattern and systems-making processes and their relationship to business and user goals. Topics will range from human relationships to built environments to psychological/neurological factors that impact the way we learn and process information.
Chris Chung is currently a product/UX consultant at Big Idea Ventures gearing for their website launch and mentoring plant-based food startups. Previously Chris worked as a UX/UI designer at AutomationHero to help use machine learning to intelligently automate business processes, and was an associate and project manager at GLS Landscape/Architecture, SF. He received his B.A. in Architecture from UC Berkeley (‘09) and M.Arch + MLA from the University of Pennsylvania (‘15). His other passions include electronic music and woodworking.
Connect with Chris on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/christophersejinchung/