Our fourth Roadmap is an evolution of what connectivity and design mean for the tech industry and our underlying theme invisible design underscores that.
As the meaning of design continues to evolve in the tech industry, this is what it means to me.
Silicon Valley’s design conference, Roadmap, is next month and we’ve got a killer lineup.
Gigaom CEO Paul Walborsky has decided that it is time for him to seek new horizons.
Really great design disappears. So how do you build that into a complex product? Come learn how from the best designer thinkers in the tech industry at Gigaom’s experience design conference Roadmap 2014.
Don’t miss Silicon Valley’s design conference.
Our fourth annual experience design conference Roadmap will kick off on November 18 and 19. Here’s our first speakers and our over arching theme. Tickets on sale now.
The recent takedown of Uber and questions about its future by a famous finance professor reminded me that predicting the future is a risky business. As someone who has been wrong often, I can say one thing for sure: hindsight reminds you of your follies every day.
Micro manufacturing, Thomas Piketty, fascism in Europe and robots — you know they are all tied together, somehow. Plus Cory Booker and Mark Zuckerberg, Nintendo and John Maeda — we got a great weekend of reading ready for you.
There is a lot of talk about Silicon Valley being in a bubble. It takes a lot smarter people than me to figure that out. However, if you look back to 1999, there are some glaring differences, and not all are good.