I love that Brad Frost’s Working with Atomic Design UX London talk included the following quote from Daniel Mall: As an industry, we sell websites like paintings. Instead, we should be selling beautiful and easy access to content, agnostic of device, screen size, or context.
I had the honour of seeing Karen McGrane give a great talk on issues we are currently facing maintaining and publishing content for multiple platforms. Her Content in a Zombie Apocalypse talk at UX London 2015 covered the issues faced by content creators in an increasingly multi-output world.
In my final day in New York, I slipped off to check out some of the sessions at the Internet Week headquarters. I’ve got some great thoughts and takeaways from my day.
A lot of the big app platforms are more than just a consumer application on your smartphone, coupled with a website. Repeatedly at Apps World and elsewhere, I would hear speakers talking about these magic platforms that didn’t augment so much as capture the end-end experience. The big example lauded at the moment is Uber. […]
Mike Schneider is the VP of Marketing at Skyhook. Skyhook is one of the big three location network services (alongside Google and Apple), and the only one that focuses on location as its core product. He gave a great talk on using context and location data to create dynamic apps.
Daniel Jacobson is the VP responsible for the Netflix API. In his session, he explained the movement that Netflix have made from using an one-size-fits-all solid API model to a multi-layer more ephemeral API.
This was what felt like a very quick panel discussing the current state and future predictions for connected Internet of Things home technology. Present were Letha McLaren from iControl Networks, Chris Klein from Rachio, Kyle Nakatsuji of American Family Ventures and Chris Kim from August.
Marie Suh is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Spotify. In this session, she outlined the process that Spotify go through when working out when, who and why to partner with another company.
Toby Russell, VP of Digital at Capital One, gave a great talk on what makes a platform truly disruptive. To illustrate the difference between an application and a platform, he gave the example of Taxi Magic, an application he founded a few years ago.
I spent the last few days in San Francisco at Apps World North America 2015. There were quite a few good sessions, so I thought I’d just chuck together some of my notes from some of the sessions I attended. (I posted some of these already on my twitter feed. Unfortunately, thanks to a combination […]