Future of Web Interfaces Slides
20 February 2008
Here are the slides (PDF, 69MB) for the presentation I gave at Web Directions South 2007, and updated to present at Web Directions North 2008, minus my dry wit (and stuttering, perplexed forgetfulness).
Actually, it's minus a fair bit. This presentation was chock full of video – 1.7GB worth, to be exact. So you won't get any of that. But a PDF might do you some good, so here it is (PDF, 69MB).
The presentation itself is about where I see web design heading in the next couple of years. In a nutshell: designs will become even more flexible and users will get control of the interface.
Update 07/04/2008: The podcast is available for download.
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