MIX06: Extending Your Experience to Mobile Devices

Posted in Conferences, Web Technologies, Companies, Mobile, Development on March 23, 2009


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Extend your reach to the next billion potential customers by enabling them to consume your content and services from their mobile devices. We discuss what standards and devices are out there, some of lessons learned about designing for a small screen, and how to get your mobile presence up and running. See how Mobile AJAX works today-and you can tell us how "mobile AJAX" should work tomorrow.

Derek Snyder
Microsoft
Before coming to Microsoft, Derek had two passions: web development and mobile devices. Spending the last 8 years developing for the web, Derek was able to conjoin his two passions when he founded pocketnow.com, a news and review blog covering handhelds and converged devices. The ability to add third party applications to a phone, just like a PC, was always of greatest interest. With the web maturing more and more each day, Derek looks to the future: the possibility that applications could exist in the form of a web service, consumed by a world of devices.

John SanGiovanni
Microsoft

Kelly Goto
Goto Media
As a design ethnographer, Kelly Goto is dedicated to understanding how real people integrate products and services into their daily lives. Goto is principal of gotomedia, inc., a global leader in research-driven, people-friendly interface design for web, mobile and product solutions for clients including Seiko Epson Japan, MobiTV, Adobe, NetIQ, WebEx and Macromedia. Her book, Web Redesign 2.0: Workflow That Works, is a standard for user-centered design principles. Goto is also the editor of gotomobile.com, a leading online publication on mobile user experience and serves on the national board of the AIGA Center for Brand Experience.

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