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3 Screens, 1 Cloud: Creating Optimal Connected Experiences

A session at SXSW Interactive 2011

Monday 14th March, 2011

11:30am to 11:45am (CST)

No one can deny the impact technology has made in our lives over the past decade. We now have devices that can aid us in multiple activities within all avenues of our lives. With the advent of cloud technologies, these devices have become more pervasive and ubiquitous than ever before. This perfect storm provides an opportunity for developers and designers to create multi-screen solutions that take full advantage of the capabilities of their mediums to provide end users with a seamless and, more importantly, useful experience. Over the course of this workshop, we will explore best practices for developers and designers to create compelling experiences that span across multiple platforms. Discover how the cloud can not only change HOW you work, but the valuable services you can extend through products to your customers.

LEVEL: Intermediate

About the speaker

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DeVaris Brown

Co-founder and Instructor at Floodgate Academy. Teaching engineering skills to help people from diverse backgrounds secure jobs in tech. bio from Twitter

Next session in Ballroom E

11:45am Designing Video-Rich Websites For All Three Screens by Jesse Streb

9 attendees

  • Blair Cook
  • devarispbrown
  • Eddie Stover
  • escuincle
  • Jon Lax
  • Julian Pscheid
  • Mike Bianchini
  • Phil Hawksworth
  • Tom Whitwell

13 trackers

  • Sean Patrick Henry
  • Bryan Jones
  • Cody Stoltman
  • Darby Frey
  • Emilia Blom
  • Jason Wehmhoener
  • Orson Ka'ili
  • MagCloud
  • Matt Le Gresley
  • scldn
  • poptune
  • Aurelio Tinio
  • Ted Leung

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When

Time 11:30am11:45am CST

Date Mon 14th March 2011

Where

Ballroom E, Austin Convention Center

Session type

Future15

Session Hash Tag

#31connect

Short URL

lanyrd.com/sctcg

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