We're reaching a point in time where the device is now enabling interactions and behaviours in the physical world. We live in a task-oriented world and with technology becoming less visible (due to good design), we are well on our way to creating experiences that the mass audience can consume. How do we make technology less visible? What kind of design results in new physical behaviours? Why is this important for the future? These are some of the questions I'm going to have a go at tackling.
The world’s first mobile browser panel, in which representatives of several mobile browser vendors discuss their implementations with the audience and each other.
Moderated by Jeremy Keith, this panel features representatives of Nokia, Opera, and RIM (BlackBerry). The panel will close off day 1 of Mobilism (12th of May) and (network gods willing) be live-streamed so that anyone can watch it.
12th–13th May 2011