Last week at Google's Conversions event in Dublin, I walked through the past ten years of mobile design and what the future could/should look like including an extensive Q&A session. Videos from both these sessions (totaling 3 hours) can now be viewed online.
In the first session (90min), I take a look at what we've learned over the past ten years of designing for the largest, most connected form of mass media on our planet. Have all the mock-ups, meetings, emails, and more we've created in the last decade moved us beyond desktop computing interfaces and ideas? If not, can we find inspiration to go further from looking at what's happening in natural user interfaces and hardware design?
The second ninety minutes are dedicated to Q&A on common mobile design and development issues, what's next in tech, and more.
Big thanks to the Conversions@Google team for making these sessions available to all.