The TEDxCincy group has announced a 2012 event focused on: Plugged and Unplugged: The Crossroads of Technology and Artisanship.
The event will be held on the afternoon of May 10th at the School for Creative and Performing Arts in Over-the-Rhine.
Very interesting article from Fast Company. Read the full article at: http://www.fastcompany.com/1822971/why-the-pc-will-die.
You may already agree with the thought that the PC has enjoyed its day in the sun and those days are now behind us. The author of this article certainly does present some compelling arguments to support his point-of-view (POV).
It’s a tough market. Companies need every advantage to lower costs, drive new revenue, and expedite time to market. My question is: why do so many companies routinely make it hard to do that?
It all starts with design.
Every product or service has been designed. Some have been designed well, yet very little thought has gone into others. Regardless, the resulting design generates a customer experience, or User Experience (UX). And, UX directly affects the financial health and public perception of a company.
The idea of having a rich internet application is nothing new, but the RIA paradigm has new implications in the world of web 2.0, and fierce competition between companies and their frameworks.