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I attended Webstock 2010 held in Wellington in mid Feb. So inspired by the conference, I did a presentation about it at my work Redvespa Consultants. This is the material for my presentation. The ...

I attended Webstock 2010 held in Wellington in mid Feb. So inspired by the conference, I did a presentation about it at my work Redvespa Consultants. This is the material for my presentation. The first 8 slide is done by Warren who attend the mobile design workshop, and the rest of it was drew from my memory and 60 pages note. Enjoy.

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Webstock 2010 Company Preso Webstock 2010 Company Preso Presentation Transcript

  • Webstock Day 1 – social networking, facebook, group-think, interactions Day 2 – entrepreneurship and start-up learnings Sites of interest www.webstock.org.nz www.mobiledesign.org www.nzherald.co.nz keyword ‘webstock’ Rives: www.shopliftwindchimes.com www.ted.com/talks/rives_tells_a_story_of_mixed_emoticons.html
  • Designing Mobile Experiences
  • Stages of Mobile Experience Design
  • Balance Business Goals Technical Goals Sweet Spot Mobile channels need to use all 3 learning types: User Goals - Kinesthetic (hand-eye movement) - visual - auditory
  • Considerations – mobile vs non-mobile - The time the user has - Data charges - Speed and rendering time  efficiency of interfaces (websites have got lazy) - Screen size - Main principle – keeping things simple
  • Devices Average project is USD 40k per device per project Mobile: not just cellphones and iphones – also e-readers, tablets, and household devices with sim cards Porting: PC  iphone  Android etc etc  costs$! Can’t support everything
  • E-Readers Changing form factor – short ownership period Kindle One device, owned for a longer period, but different APPS updated over tim iPad
  • "Fall in love with something that is made with love" - Mike Brown
  • Yes, we can!!!
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  • To change the world
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  • Make customers life better
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  • We know what customers want
  • We can accurately predict future
  • Advancing the plan is progress
  • Getting the feedback and build the expectation of changing - Daniel Burka
  • Do not waste time predict everything
  • Listen to your user
  • Got it out there, add sophistications later and keep revisiting
  • Software should be up-lifting - Amy Hoy
  • It’s all about U!!!
  • Note the evenly distributed streams of water down both the front and back of my shirt. This is a skill you just can't practice - Mike Davidson
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  • Connect with the community
  • Leverage your user base to spread the word
  • Analyze your traffic