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My presentation at the Sogeti User Design Semminair on October 28 2010 in Vianen.

My presentation at the Sogeti User Design Semminair on October 28 2010 in Vianen.

http://www.sogeti.nl/evenementen/2010/de-totale-user-experience

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Sogeti UX Semminair, October 2010 Sogeti UX Semminair, October 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • Sogeti UX Semminar 28-10-2010
  • Arjan Radder, IBM Lotus
  • We have come a long way...
  • It´about looks
  • And about (new) functionality
  • At IBM Lotus we think in terms of: Openness
  • So we can achieve integration
  • Featured blogs Add your feedback View comments & subcribe
  • Flexibility
  • And personalisation
  • IBM Services Partner Offerings Google Gadgets Offerings Lotus Atlas Social Network visualizations Login with Facebook Adoption Connect Metrics Reporting & many more & many more custom solutions http://catalog.lotus.com
  • We also use ´crowdsourcing´ at IBM
  • Lotus Connections / Atlas, Live demo
  • LotusLive
  • The future...
  • Thank you!! 17
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