The last week of November 2013 will be a bit hectic but for sure very exciting.
On November 26th, I will be speaking at the Mobile Marketing Mix Conference.
The topic of my presentation is “It is not About Mobile, It is about Mobility.”
The next day, on November 27th, I will be sharing the stage with my good friend David Racchi, and we will be speaking at the Retail Design Trends 2013.
The topic of our presentation is “Brand Identity in a Changing Retail World.”
I really hope to see you there!
Episode #3 of The Digital Loop
This week we focus on the impact of Design.
The Digital Loop: Experience Design
Note: unfortunately my broadband connection wasn’t as good this week, but although my video feed froze at some points, the voice is still clear. Sorry about that. Perhaps, you may want to check the audio only version below.
The Digital Loop: Experience Design (Audio only)
By the way, here is the link to the excellent (and highly recommended) article that sparked this conversation:
George Prest: Advertising is dying. Long live design
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1. How to design, build and ship disruptive products
Luke Williams is a Fellow at frog design, one of the world’s most influential innovation companies, as well as a leading expert on innovation strategy.
In this excellent TEDx Talk he shares his views on what he calls “disruptive thinking“, which is a critical part of innovation.
1. Innovation is all about value
2. Where good ideas come from
3. Peter Sims on how breakthrough ideas emerge from small discoveries
Tony Fadell is the founder and CEO of Nest Labs, Inc. Prior to that, he was Senior Vice President of the iPod Division at Apple Inc., reporting to Steve Jobs. He was responsible for creating the first 18 generations of the iPod and the first three generations of the iPhone.
In this excellent video from the 99% Conference 2012, Tony shares incredible insights on everything from his own creative process, to how to keep your team motivated and passionate for the long haul, to how to design, build, and ship disruptive products.
Tony Fadell: On Setting Constraints, Ignoring Experts & Embracing Self-Doubt