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23-25 April, 2018
United States

Peter Antonelli

Design Director
Orange

As Design Director at Orange, Peter’s role is to provide leadership in the ideation, design, and definition of human–centered, exceptionally crafted brand experiences. With deep expertise at the intersection of visual language and innovation, Peter’s work leverages multiple disciplines including industrial, service, and environmental design as well as filmmaking to create and communicate new offerings in their most resonant forms.

Prior to Orange, Peter was a Design Director at IDEO New York. During his 9 years with the firm, he led and guided many large–scale projects in hospitality, retail, luxury, and health and wellness. Peter’s work for clients such as The North Face, Hilton, Nespresso, American Express, and Marriott has helped companies forge meaningful connections with their customers while creating in–market impact.

Peter’s early career included roles as both a Communication Designer and Art Director in the Bay Area at small boutiques and large agencies. During this time, his work focused primarily on refined visual communication for the fields of hospitality, art, film, food and wine, and publishing. 

Passionate about the role of education in design, Peter has held faculty positions within graduate programs at New York University and The New School where his work guiding students towards fluency in creative confidence and human–centered design has been applied to domains ranging from non–profit management to interior design and architecture. He sits on the Board of Advisors at the newly founded Miami College of Design.

Peter’s work in creative direction and communication design has been recognized by awards and publications including Graphis, Lürzer’s Archive, Print, Communication Arts, STEP, American Graphic Design, IDEA, Spark, Core77, The Atlantic, The Washington Post and Fast Company among others.



1:30 PM DESIGN CIRCUIT: Master Each Step of the Design Thinking Process

Attendees will experience a lively and informative exercise, as they rotate through each of the five Design Thinking steps every thirty minutes during the course of the afternoon. Participants will talk through their unique challenges and walk away armed with solutions for each step.
 
There is no better way to sharpen your design thinking capabilities than by practice, repetition and exchanging ideas with peers, making these small group collaborations ideal for beginners who have more questions and want to further solidify their newfound knowledge. Advanced practitioners benefit by bench-marking across companies and refining existing skills.  

Hosted by: Matt Iliffe, Partner, Beyond
                   Jarrod Tredway, Client Strategist, Beyond
 
TABLE 1: EMPATHIZE
Take a walk in the user’s shoes.  Fully understand the perspective of your user or customer.
Led by: Jennifer McLennan, Senior Director Design & Development, Marriott              
             Alli Beane, Senior Director Design & Development, Marriott
             Harlan Kennedy, Founder,Director of Strategy, Orange
             Peter Antonelli, Design Director, Orange
 
TABLE 2: DEFINE
Based on your empathy work, culminate the findings to determine the focus of your design.
Led by: Janice Cho, Chief Design Officer, DevMynd
             JC Grubbs, Founder, CEO, DevMynd
             Adam Seigel, Head of Product, Amazon
 
TABLE 3: iDEATE
Generate a large pool of various possible solutions, exploring beyond the obvious.
Led by: Vinod Varma, VP Customer Experience & Product Strategy, American Express Global Business Travel
             Raksa Oud, Senior Director, Digital Channel Experience, American Express Global Business Travel
             Teresa Brazen, Senior Director of Professional Education, DesignIt
 
TABLE 4: PROTOTYPE
Transform intangible ideas into a physical form in which you and your peers can interact.
Led by: Danielle Galmore, Director New Business Innovation, Steelcase
             Justin Daab, Principal, President, Magnani
 
TABLE 5: TEST
Try out refined prototypes, garner feedback from your users, refine your perspective.
Led by: Lindsay Kenzig, Lead Design and User Experience Researcher, eBay

3:45 PM DESIGN CIRCUIT Master Each Step of the Design Thinking Process (continued)

Hosted by: Matt Iliffe, Partner, Beyond
                   Jarrod Tredway, Client Strategist, Beyond
 
TABLE 1: EMPATHIZE
Take a walk in the user’s shoes.  Fully understand the perspective of your user or customer.
Led by: Jennifer McLennan, Senior Director Design & Development, Marriott              
             Alli Beane, Senior Director Design & Development, Marriott
             Harlan Kennedy, Founder,Director of Strategy, Orange
             Peter Antonelli, Design Director, Orange
 
TABLE 2: DEFINE
Based on your empathy work, culminate the findings to determine the focus of your design.
Led by: Janice Cho, Chief Design Officer, DevMynd
             JC Grubbs, Founder, CEO, DevMynd
             Adam Seigel, Head of Product, Amazon
 
TABLE 3: iDEATE
Generate a large pool of various possible solutions, exploring beyond the obvious.
Led by: Vinod Varma, VP Customer Experience & Product Strategy, American Express Global Business Travel
             Raksa Oud, Senior Director, Digital Channel Experience, American Express Global Business Travel
             Teresa Brazen, Senior Director of Professional Education, DesignIt
 
TABLE 4: PROTOTYPE
Transform intangible ideas into a physical form in which you and your peers can interact.
Led by: Danielle Galmore, Director New Business Innovation, Steelcase
             Justin Daab, Principal, President, Magnani
 
TABLE 5: TEST
Try out refined prototypes, garner feedback from your users, refine your perspective.
Led by: Lindsay Kenzig, Lead Design and User Experience Researcher, eBay


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