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Inside Mobile Design and User Experience

Thoughts on mobile and social business applications, design, and user experience, by Chris Reckling.

Orlando, FL, also known as Lake Buena Vista, or on my phone location as Bay Lake...Wednesday morning, January 29. It's hump day at IBM Connect - that means the Wednesday night party happened on Tuesday this year at the Hollywood Studios. Everything is turned around! It's been great meeting customers and friends from over the years both in the hallways and in our Design Studio on site in Asia 4. If you are at Connect and haven't made it to the lab, then why not today?? Most people enjoy spending time with the people behind the designs and we love getting feedback and finding out how you get your jobs done. (Plus, we have comfy couches when those feet start to bark at you.)

Here's some photos of the studio we set up - lots of activities there, or just come to have a quick talk or take a survey. What you will witness are many of the techniques we are using in IBM Design Thinking that Phil Gilbert talked about in his keynote speech this morning.

If you are not at Connect and want to participate in a Sametime Meetings survey - try this.

Ron and Kelly prepping for discussions with admins
Image:Update from Connect 2014

Michael's board for understanding a workflow in Exceptional Digital Experience
Image:Update from Connect 2014

Talk to us about collaboration with a scenario map.
Image:Update from Connect 2014

Try out our new Connections mobile app!
Image:Update from Connect 2014

That's it for now. I have a talk - ID401 - at 4:15 today in Dolphin S. Hemisphere III on Connections mobile - 80% demo!

See you around,

Chris

Chris Reckling | 29 January 2014 10:04:49 AM ET |


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