WUD 2019, Munich, Germany

WUD 2019, Munich, Germany

November 14, 2019

WUD 2019, Munich, Germany

München, Bayern

November 14, 2019
13:00 - 17:30
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München Bayern,

WUD 2019, Munich, Germany

See also the World Usability Day München in 2023.

On November 14, 2019, the World Usability Day in Munich took place at smartvillage, provider of workshop and co-working space. From 1pm to 6pm the event addressed the theme of this year Designing for the future we want.

Design has a large influence in the human behaviors. We all believe that we can work on a better future on the long term, but frequently the work ends with the short term results.


To this large and complex topic we had 5 presentations:

  • Design principles for machine learning and artificial intelligence in order to avoid unconscious bias – Dorith Mayer, Avanade
  • Guidelines for augmented reality based on a research project for brain surgery – Dominik Zenth, UID
  • Multi-device design and new UI technology such as voice interface leads to new scenarios. This requires to adjust the usability methods accordingly – Martin Jentsch and Johannes Huber, designaffairs
  • Collaboration of a software agency for the digital transformation of a NGO – Konrad Jarocinski, netguru
  • UX of digital assistants which create user experiences on their own – Dr. Christian Kahl, CyberSolutions


There were many interaction with the public through

  • 1 podium discussion
  • Interaction with the public during the presentations
  • 5 workshops to find creative solutions around autonomous vehicles – Claudia Zöhrer, Usability Academy
  • 1 Open Space with up to 7 slots with topics provided by the participants
  • 2 coffee breaks 🙂
  • 1 get together after the event


The program in German including abstracts is published at the gupamuc.de web site.

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See also the World Usability Day München in 2023.


Event Leaders

This event is organized by local user experience professionals on a voluntary basis with the support of German UPA.


[DE] German (Deutsch)