The Future of Touch Interaction @SXSWi 2011
I was fortunate enough to speak again at SXSW Interactive this year. The topic at hand was to share our thoughts on touch interaction design, and propose answers to where we are now and how we all may get to the next stage of true human computer interaction.
We booked Ballroom A and around 1000 people attended, so this was by-far the largest talk I have done so far. The talk should be shared publically sometime in the near future by the folks at SXSW. In the meantime you can view the slides and the imbedded videos below and please read an attendees ‘real-time’ summary and review of the talk.
Courtesy of Sheryl Yu Lin:
“I’ll admit I went into this session with a bit of doubt as to whether it would be another portfolio slide deck, or company plug. But my fears were soon put to rest, by this well thought out presentation by Microsoft. I was pleasantly surprised.
This session focused on discussing the language of touch, and where we are today, with some insights into what we need to to next to evolve it further”. Full Summary….
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