by ravi pal (@ravipal) on Monday, July 27, 2015

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Section
Full talk

Technical level
Intermediate

Objective

A perspective on Javascript and front-end technologies role in building experiences of the future. Distilled thought on how to leverage front-end technologies to influece UX

Description

We are living in an experience economy - transitioning from service economy. Current consumer is looking for experiences that are easy, unique and contextual. In many ways computers and computing (Ubiquotous) is changing our lives, but we need to leverage this opportunity to change something about computers and our interaction with computers that will help us build experiences of the future. Javascript and other frontend technologies have a great role to play, how is world using it? What could be the role of Javascript in building modern experiences ? One key-takeaway that could help you make sense of experience in a profound way.

Speaker bio

I AM THE FOUNDER OF KEPLER LABS - AN INNOVATION LAB THAT IS FOCUSED ON REDEFINING, REIMAGINING FUTURE OF EXPERIENCE.
I AM PASSIONATE ABOUT MAN-MACHINE RELATIONSHIP. I BELIEVE THAT POSITIVE INNOVATIONS IN MAN-MACHINE INTERFACES WOULD INFLUENCE BRAND AFFINITY WITH CONSUMERS IN A SIGNIFICANT WAY. LIKE YOU, I AM INTERESTED IN PUSHING THE LIMITS OF WHAT COULD BE ACHIEVED GIVEN EXPONENTIAL EVOLUTION OF AFFORDABLE TECHNOLOGY. WITH OVER SEVENTEEN YEARS OF CONSULTING &DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION EXPERIENCE, I BRING A DISTINCTIVE POINT OF VIEW TO THE GROWING FUSION OF CREATIVE AND TECHNOLOGY. AS A TECHNOLOGIST AND EXPERIENCE ARCHITECT WITH EXPERTISE IN BOTH ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS AND INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCES, I ENJOY WORKING WITH THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST IN DIGITAL CONSULTING AND MARKETING TECHNOLOGY FIELD.

Comments

  • 2
    [-] Anoop Gupta (@guptaanoop2005) a year ago

    All the best! - Anoop

  • 1
    [-] Jugnu sharma (@jugnush) a year ago

    Looking forward to the talk

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    [-] Rajiv Aggarwal (@rajiv1980) a year ago

    Nice Article!

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