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Shehryar Khan
Mobile and Web Practice Leader at Deloitte Digital. Previously CEO of Übermind (which was acquired by Deloitte in early 2012).
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Shehryar Khan Jun 27
James! Small world indeed. Tuscany is beautiful. Would have been nice to cross paths here.
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Shehryar Khan Jun 27
But to be truly functional they should have a built in charger, optional lens attachment, tripod mode, and ability to take photo via handle.
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Shehryar Khan Jun 27
I used to think that selfie sticks are the most ridiculous thing ever. They serve a purpose and can be useful.
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Shehryar Khan Jun 14
Spoke to someone at Lost & Found desk on arrival but no paperwork. Did send an email to oggetti.ritrovati@alitalia.it about it
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Shehryar Khan Jun 13
lost / stolen handbag on flight AZ 209 from London to Rome. Please get in touch.
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Shehryar Khan Jun 13
Most excellent article on the various dynamics that the digital space is driving.
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Shehryar Khan May 25
Amazing the brand loyalty is able to build by paying attention to the experience and focusing on the details. /cc
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Shehryar Khan May 25
vehicle connectivity auto switched flawlessly from US to Canadian networks.
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Shehryar Khan May 25
When crossing border from USA to Canada nav system automatically factored in border wait times and rerouted.
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Shehryar Khan May 18
Minneapolis airport (MSP) continues to be the world's longest airport. The commute from G to B by foot is at least half a marathon.
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Shehryar Khan May 12
"Right brain, meet left brain: Adding Art to The STEM Conversation " by on
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Shehryar Khan May 12
funny you mention that. I stopped wearing watches for that same reason. Rubber band def easier to type with on a MacBook Pro.
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Shehryar Khan May 12
watch, smart watch or both? And do you actually type on it?
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Shehryar Khan May 12
Force tap, tap, draw, glance, swipe, rotate crown, press crown, hold tapped crown, tap other button, speak, listen ... Time to RTFM.
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Shehryar Khan May 12
None of those matter. What matters is what your seat # is and how you get there. That's what the Apple Watch exp should be. Big bold seat #.
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Shehryar Khan May 12
When walking the aisle of a flight, does it matter what flight you are on? what time it leaves? where you are headed? what your name is?
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Shehryar Khan May 12
Designing experiences for Apple Watch requires a renewed focus on identifying what matters, in which situation, and how it will be useful.
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Shehryar Khan May 12
Apple Watch Day 1: beautiful (big) packaging, yet another (chunky) power cable, gorgeous industrial design, comfortable, odd ergonomics.
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Shehryar Khan May 2
Come on Pacquio!
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A culture that attracts quality candidates:
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