56 minutes | Feb 17, 2015

Mobile and User Experience: Exploring New Frontiers

The buzz: UX One iPhone puts more computing power in the palm of your hand than all of MIT had a few decades ago. Augmenting this enormous power with near-constant connectivity and expanding it to wearables and other innovations, the mobile revolution has radically redefined our relationship with technology. What’s out? Monolithic apps, heavyweight program suites, perfection and comprehensiveness. What’s in? Lightweight purpose-built apps, speed and availability. The experts speak. Scott Bonnell, Mocana: “Nielsen claims that the average smartphone owner has more than 27 apps on their phone, yet IDC claims that 61% of Fortune 1000 companies have 3 or fewer apps.” (Nielsen and IDC) Owen Pettiford, CompriseIT: “Well, some people without brains do an awful lot of talking, don't they?” (The Wizard of Oz) Adi Kavaler, SAP: “The future is not what it used to be.” (Yogi Berra, NY Yankees, 1974) Join us for Mobile and User Experience: Exploring New Frontiers.
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