by Greg Veen
Sure, you've heard about how you can finally use real fonts on the web. But you're already using your brand's fonts on your website by relying on images or other workarounds. Is dealing with the technical and legal complexities of webfonts really worth the hassle? Come learn why you actually can't afford not to be using webfonts -- and how a webfont service can make it dead simple.
by Tom Carden
Great design ideas rarely spring fully formed from our brains. They are usually a result of ideas from many people, iterated over time. This session looks at the ways we can use collaboration to harness great ideas and then develop them into breakthrough designs.
by Laura Klein
Startups these days are told to “talk to customers” and “get out of the building,” but they often don’t have the necessary experience to get the most out of their research. They need to know who to talk to, what questions to ask, and when to ask them, but that can vary wildly depending on the maturity of the product.
A startling new vision of the future of knowledge is emerging from pioneering self-trackers. Wolf and Ferriss will have a wide ranging conversation about the emerging culture of self-tracking and self-experiment, health hacking, participatory science, and way personal data is being reclaimed for personal knowledge. Exploring new sources of data and insight outside of the conventional sources.
Mobile phone technologies are evolving at an accelerated pace. With the introduction of touch screen devices the mobile user experience was dramatically changed. Madhava Enros will talk about the future of the mobile UI and discusses the challenges of designing a browser for the small screen.
28th–31st March 2011