Schedule
Until #Dx32017

2 Days • March 8-9, 2017 • 50+ Speakers • 4,000+ Attendees

Group All Access

$375 (Save $125 per Attendee when you buy 4 or more) Buy Tickets

Regular Price: $500

Access to:

  • Two days of networking
  • 30+ sessions
  • 50+ speakers
  • 130+ exhibitors
  • All show floor experience labs
  • Show floor stage
  • Designated networking lounge
  • Dx3 After Party
  • And More!

Priority Access to:

  • Day 1 Opening Keynote
  • Day 2 Opening Keynote

All Access Pass

$499 Buy Tickets

Access to:

  • Two days of networking
  • 30+ sessions
  • 50+ speakers
  • 130+ exhibitors
  • All show floor experience labs
  • Show floor stage
  • Designated networking lounge
  • Dx3 After Party
  • And More!

Priority Access to:

  • Day 1 Opening Keynote
  • Day 2 Opening Keynote

Show Floor Pass

$25 Buy Tickets

Regular Price: $25

Access to:

  • Two days of networking
  • 130+ exhibitors
  • All show floor experience labs
  • Show floor stage
  • Designated networking lounge
  • Dx3 After Party
  • Day 1 Opening Keynote
  • Day 2 Opening Keynote
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Neil Stevenson’s fascination with emerging technology and culture started at the age of eight when he began programming his first computer, a Commodore Pet. Now he carries a cellphone which has four million times as much memory, and cannot shake his sense of amazement at how fast the world is changing.

Now an Executive Portfolio Director at IDEO Chicago, Neil has led projects on everything from video game interfaces to digitally-enabled education to cutting-edge food and beverage work. He has also taken his accumulated experience in psychology, technology and cultural trends, and woven it into a futurology offering. He gives regular talks on emerging trends and future scenarios, with an emphasis on the tension between new tech-enabled experiences and our relatively unevolved brains.

Before IDEO, Neil studied the human brain and behavior at Oxford University, coming away with masters degrees in Psychology and Social Anthropology. From here he was drawn to London, where digital technology had given birth to a new musical genre: house music. He began writing about club culture, and within a few years was editor of Mixmag, the world’s biggest club magazine. He edited other magazines devoted to emerging cultural movements, most notably The Face.

Neil’s greatest wish is to travel back in time to meet his eight-year-old former self and show him the mind-blowing capabilities of a 2015 cellphone.

DX3 Role

Advisor

Company Website
ideo.com