I’m going a presentation that is public at the Microsoft Commons in Redmond in the Capitol Hill Room on April 11th. from Noon to 1. Come join me while we go through some group therapy around emerging trends, the marketplace, mobility and how all that matters to the business world. Oh and maybe some talk about LOB (Line of Business Applications). On second thought, it will probably be boring stuff you won’t be interested in that could help business’s be more productive and understand the mobility space so you wouldn’t try to come and all. Yes totally a bad idea. but if you must RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Another great episode of #TiredAllOver on Emerging Experiences in retail and how those will evolve over the next several years, how we build them, what it means and maybe a bit about why brick and mortar won’t die and more. It’s a fun monologue on how technology affects retail and UX professionals now and in the future additionally about how those technologies work together and how they compare with other market trends.
Related links to some of what I talked about:
Microsoft retail store video… talking about the engineering of one of the emerging experiences I did at [wire] stone. http://blogs.msdn.com/b/mvpawardprogram/archive/2011/01/04/achieving-digital-zen-in-retail.aspx
and another some what related video from MSDN Bytes where I was interviewed about win8 experience design: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/bytes.aspx
And in the last days Surface Pro shall come out and we all shall rejoice as we blindly follow the light and light of the world coming from Redmond or maybe we are drinking too much kool-aide. Pass me another cup…
Check out this episode where futurist Ryan Lane and I try to have a fair discussion about Surface and what we think about its future place amount the pilferer of device out in the marketplace and we try to predict the future at least of personal computers over the next several years.
Noted futurist and designer Ryan Lane from [wire] stone http://www.RyanLane.com/
and if you are interesting in learning more about Surface check it out here: http://www.Surface.com/