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This presentation was given at Microsoft's Silicon Valley campus for Incubation Week on June 23rd, 2008.

This presentation was given at Microsoft's Silicon Valley campus for Incubation Week on June 23rd, 2008.

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Why Design Matters Why Design Matters Presentation Transcript

  • Why Design Matters Will Tschumy User Experience Evangelist www.ux-strategy.com 415.420.3746
  • Maybe you’ve noticed recently that Design seems like it’s the new
  • Maybe you’ve noticed recently that Design seems like it’s the new Black
  • Why?
  • “I thought design was just about making it pretty”
  • Turns out, No
  • Turns out, No Design makes business sense