Whatever it is you do, chances are there’s a digital component to it. And increasingly, that digital touch point or interface IS the product – because its quality becomes a proxy for whether the user will go further and actually order/use/view the underlying thing or service. If the digital experience isn’t there, attention spans are short.
As devices proliferate, free time goes to zero, and new content piles up, do you have what it takes to create simple, intuitive digital experiences that cut through the static to delight and activate your audience?
To help you make sense of just what’s at stake and how state of the art digital is done these days, come join Portland’s own Connective DX for its annual three day Delight conference at the Portland Art Museum October 5-7. There’s a deep bench of thought and design leaders lined up.
Plus there’s an ice cream cart.