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SXSW Interactive 2014 Program Guide: Tomorrow Happens Here

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SXSW 2012 Interactive Festival | 87 SXSW 2014 Interactive Festival 87 Design and Development This is where the savviest of digital creatives come together to share tools, tips and technologies. These sessions will reflect upon usability, UX design, application programming interface, and more. All Keynote sessions will be simulcast in all session rooms equipped with a projector. Venue Highlights FLEISHMANHILLARD BLACK BOX LOUNGE Four Seasons Hotel, Stone's Crossing Room Stop by the FleishmanHillard black box Lounge where you can take all the news, trends and surprises from SXSW with you. THINK CONTENT FIRST, NAVIGATION SECOND Friday, March 7: 3:30pm | FS: Four Seasons Ballroom As product design, user interfaces and frameworks are converging to humanize technology, valu- able content will be the currency of the new digital economy. In this presentation, Jon Setzen examines why and how digital entrepreneurs of all stripes should build their ideas, business and product offerings around the users (aka potential customers) and what will bring the most value to them. Because it will only take them 50 milliseconds to form a first impression... THE ROBOT REVOLUTION Saturday, March 8: 9:30am | ACC: Ballroom A Robots will change how we work; how we feed ourselves; how we heal; and how we relate to each other. Few emerging technologies have the power to disrupt our world on quite this scale. Carl Bass, CEO of Autodesk, a $2 billion 3D design, engineering, and entertainment technology com- pany, has seen our robot future, and is ready to tell you about it. REORIENTATING UX DESIGN FOR THE INTERNET OF THINGS Sunday, March 9: 12:30pm | ACC: Ballroom A In this session, service designer and founder of the San Francisco Internet of Things Meet Up, will discuss four areas where UX designers can start to investigate and begin a conversation when designing for the Internet of Things. LET'S GET PHYSICAL: DESIGN + EMBODIED COGNITION Tuesday, March 11: 12:30pm | ACC: Ballroom A Quips like, "that's over my head," "her looks could kill" or "he's cold-hearted," reveal deep connec- tions between our physical senses and our emotional experiences. Today scientists are discovering new truths about visceral understanding through language metaphors. This knowledge can help designers re-ignite their intuition and creativity to design better human experiences. w w m m N Ballroom A Ballroom BC Film- makers Lounge Vimeo Film Theatre Exhibit Hall 2 Keynote and Featured Sessions Exhibit Hall 5 Trade Show Exhibit Halls 3 & 4 Registration & Check-in Exhibit Hall 1 Service Yard 4 th Street Trinity Street 1 st (Cesar Chavez) Street Red River Street Rotunda Circus Mashimus Digital Creative Job Market (March 7) Miller Lite Lounge Subway Lounge AT&T Lounge Esurance Lounge Chevrolet Lounge Deloitte Lounge Pennzoil Lounge San Jacinto Ballroom Lady Bird Lake Four Seasons Ballroom Ballroom Foyer Ballroom Foyer to Lobby N ELIZABETH SALAZAR CHELSEY DELANEY JON SEZTEN CARL BASS DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT ACC [BALLROOMS A & BC]: 500 E CESAR CHAVEZ; FOUR SEASONS: 98 SAN JACINTO BLVD FESTIVAL SESSIONS

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