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Thursday
Jul192012

Introducing 3 new faces to FOWA/FOM!

We have 3 more fabulous speakers joining us at the Future of Web Apps and Mobile in London, this October (15-17). They'll be talking Biz, Dev and Mobile. Here's a bit more about them:

Des Traynor: Des is a co-founder and COO Of Intercom, a CRM and messaging tool for web applications.  Des writes the very popular Intercom blog, and is a regular conference speaker on topics such as UX Design, customer experience, and the business of start-ups. You can find him on Twitter as @destraynor.

Des' Session: Gaining Traction for Start-ups: Your First 1,000 Customers (Biz Track)

 

 

Hervé Mischler: Based in France, Hervé Mischler is Senior Visual Designer dedicated to mobile user interfaces at SAP. He was previously Creative Director at Dailymotion, were he sharpened his design and coding skills in the context of fast-growing video platform start-up. Hervé is also co-organiser of the Paris UX Book Club.

Herve's Session: Quick tips for porting your iOS designs to Android (FOM Track - Rising Star)

 

 

 

Stephen Tallamy: Stephen is a senior consultant at NDS, who supply end-to-end TV solutions to leading broadcasters such as Sky and DirectTV. A member of the “New Initiatives” division, Stephen has taken a lead role in a number of NDS innovation projects including the TV website LocateTV, the content marketplace Infinite TV Exchange and the cloud-based TV service “Solar”.

Stephen's Session: Cloud technologies in practice: Building systems for millions of concurrent users (FOWA Track)

 

Head to our websites to check out the rest of the schedule and purchase your ticket (Early Birds ending tomorrow - 20th July).

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