Tuesday 8th April, 2014
9:10am to 9:50am
Never one to shy away from disrupting the status quo, Paul will kick off the conference with his thoughts on the future of the web. Designing for the web is dramatically changing because the web itself is changing structure. We're moving from the primary metaphor of a page to something else. Something that works well on screens of all sizes (phones, tablets, screens in stores, etc.). Something that can easily present information coming from many sources (social networks, news outlets, advertising networks, any API or SDK, etc.). Something that can support personalization of content and provide a unique experience to everyone. Something that can aggregate lots of different content and make sense of it. Paul will describe the huge forces driving the change in the structure of the web, how it is changing how we approach design problems, and how we will need to think about systems and networks rather than singular isolated experiences.
Head of Product Design @Intercom. Before that Facebook and Google. I like making things. Author of Grouped http://amzn.to/w99TK1
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