Experience Design at d.light
Designing new service experiences at d.light's San Francisco design studio and testing prototypes with households in Northern India.
Online Shopping in Zimbabwe
Leading a two week user research study to better understand how people in urban Zimbabwe buy and sell goods online and prototyping ideas for a mobile e-commerce platform.
Facilitating a 10-day workshop at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID) on video as a prototyping and storytelling tool for designing new products and services.
Off Grid Electric
Redesigning the mobile app that OGE's sales and service teams use to help deliver solar power to off-the-grid customers in Tanzania.
Researching and designing new financial products that leverage mobile money to help customer's in rural Uganda build more secure savings.
Urban Collab Lab: Kampala
Working with Little Cloud Collective to organize and facilitate a two-day workshop introducing user-centered design to students from Women In Technology Uganda, while exlporing the themes of health, safety, and culture in Kampala.
Making Mobile Devices Accessible
Helping a global electronics manufacturer develop strategies and concepts to make mobile devices more accessible for people with disabilities.
Realism in Design @ Interaction 13
Presenting “Realism in Design: Communicating Authentic Experiences for the Real World” at the Interaction 13 conference in Toronto, which offered ways that designers can make their stories more authentic by drawing inspiration from artists and filmmakers working within the realm of Realism.
Time Warner Cable
A multi-screen product strategy for digital cable and the design of new user experiences for TV, iPad, iPhone and the web.
McCullum Youth Court
Collaborating with a team of pro-bono consultants to redesign the website of the McCullum Youth Court, an Oakland nonprofit offering 1st time youth offenders a second chance through restorative justice and peer accountability.
Let's Get Physical (with Services)
An article for Method’s 10×10 series and published on Fast Company’s design blog, it describes how the latest technology is allowing product brands to offer customers intangible services, and how they can create a strategic advantage by thinking with a service mindset.
Meet the Food You Eat
An exploration in physical computing and an interactive prototype that addresses the future of grocery shopping and product sustainability in a world of networked objects.
Adam Little is a designer whose work focuses on the experiences that people have with digital products and services. Based in San Francisco, Adam has led projects internationally as both a consultant and in-house designer for Method, Grameen Foundation, Catapult Design and d.light.
He is a graduate of the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design, a master's level education being co-created by an international group of students, faculty and design professionals.
Adam enjoys human-centered design in collaborative, multicultural and cross disciplinary teams and projects that make meaningful uses of technology to address people's everyday needs.