Will the tools of tomorrow look anything like the tools of the past? Will developers and designers continue to build distinctly different native apps for various platforms? Or will we see a resurgence of browser-based mobile apps? What does the future hold for interactivity? In this episode, we ponder these questions.
Warming up for a great conversation about Apple Watch and wrist-based interactivity, Aubrey surprises Charles with an over-the-top Batman voice.
After several weeks of delays, we're back with a discussion of Amazon Dash, the latest on-demand service from your favorite online retailer. Ripe with fresh commentary about the evolution of the shopping cart in the 21st century, this episode is sure to deliver great value and more than a few laughs.
In a world of food-delivering drones, with occasional news of yet another drone-based missile strike in a war zone, can we find middle ground for recreational personal ownership? Is commercial regulation plausible? Or is the risk of collateral damage too great to achieve balance through legislation? And what exactly do you call a group of drones, anyway?
In this inaugural event by Experience Design Guild, we invite members from our community to engage in heated philosophical debate. The goal is to represent skeuomorphism or flat design as a preferred solution in a set of scenarios. Each scenario offers a unique perspective on this age-old battle. Special thanks to Anki for hosting and providing great food and beer!