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Andrew Kaufteil 5 Nov 16
An audience of responsible craftspeople.
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Andrew Kaufteil 5 Nov 16
Industrialization in software and farming is toxic.
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Lailson Bandeira 4 Nov 16
"We do inhabit software. We do inhabit apps." — Molly Wright Steenson
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Sofia Calcagni💚 5 Nov 16
From user to product
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Gaston Milano Millan 6 Nov 16
Technology is de answer . But what is the question ?
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Lailson Bandeira 4 Nov 16
And the is about to begin… (Beautiful auditorium btw!)
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Chris Pino 5 Nov 16
"Co-design with your users" – Molly Nix,
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uff!dg 4 Nov 16
look's like David Draiman. rock's
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Clóves Cardoso 5 Nov 16
Drinking some beer here in Chile.
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David Pacheco 5 Nov 16
When companies scale for profit they usually abandon their core values
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Dana Duarte 5 Nov 16
Start with a simple product and gradually increase the complexity to offer value to more users
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Flora Lins 5 Nov 16
How about celebrating Brazil's Designers Day with Alan Cooper's keynote?
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joyce ribot 7 Nov 16
Chao @isa16scl 😎✌🏻️
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Alvaro Garrido 6 Nov 16
Never before heard such an outstanding life-changing talk until yesterday from at thank you very much, sincerely
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Claudia Gutiérrez H. 5 Nov 16
Human to human, human to computer and human to city. The three starting points for Uber design according to Molly Nix
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Maximiliano Olivares 4 Nov 16
Software is not just a device with which the user interacts; it is also the generator of a space in which the user lives.
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Claire Ledgard 4 Nov 16
"Find joy in the curiosity and not in the success" on A/B testing - Alex Osorio @netflixdesign product designer.
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onetree 5 Nov 16
Research as co-development: Rethinking our participants as product stakeholders. Renato Verdugo de YouTube ahora en el
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Lateral View 5 Nov 16
"Is really important to think problem first and not solution first to design the right thing." Molly Nix
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Ana Domb Krauskopf 5 Nov 16
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