Film of Anatomy of Design #002: Complexity, Scale and Making Things Happen with Matt Coyne
In June we were delighted to welcome Matt Coyne to Belfast to speak as part of our Anatomy of Design series. Matt is a Visual and Interaction Designer working on large scale visual language systems and frameworks.
Matt previously worked for the BBC, on their first Global Visual Language (now known as GEL) and has since helped with its evolution. As lead designer at YouView he helped create and steer the new IPTV platform from inception to launch and more recently he has just started working with Sky.
In this, Matt’s first ever public talk, he discusses the processes involved in creating, managing and implementing design systems in complex products and large organisations; covering mistakes made and how good design makes everything look easy.
Filmed in the Ulster Hall in Belfast by @djlowry on 20th June 2013.
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