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The Interface Parenthesis  and The Next Next   Chris Noessel chris@cooper.com   Stefan Klocek stefan@cooper.com  originall...
Please note: These slides are simple visual aids,meant to be a backdrop to our presentation. They   won’t mean much to fol...
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The Interface Parenthesis and the Next Next

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In this talk, given at RE:Design UX in San Francisco in Spring 2012, we discussed the state of the art of a particular handful of technologies and trends that are happening in the industry. These technologies are farther along than most folks think, and are just waiting to get distributed and put together. When they do, it’ll spell a sea-change for how humanity interfaces technology.

Presuming the mini-singularity described above happens, we turn to the subsequent questions: What will technology need? What will the practice of interaction design look like? How will designers work with others? What kinds of work product will we deliver? What can we do now to get ahead of that curve?

Please note that these slides are almost purely visual in nature, and will be difficult if not impossible to follow without the full context of our talk.

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  • Transcript of "The Interface Parenthesis and the Next Next"

    1. 1. The Interface Parenthesis and The Next Next Chris Noessel chris@cooper.com Stefan Klocek stefan@cooper.com originally presented at RE:Design UX San Francisco, CA 30 April - 01 March 2012 1
    2. 2. Please note: These slides are simple visual aids,meant to be a backdrop to our presentation. They won’t mean much to folks without their fullcontext. But, since we’ve gotten some requests to share the slides anyway, we’re pleased to do so. Stay tuned for further evolution of--and more formal documentation--this material. 2
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