Halle Winkler overviews the state of speech technology, examining the opportunities in usability and new forms of usage that become available with speech interfaces in mobile apps.
John Canfield discusses the changing payment ecosystem, innovations in mining and organizing unstructured data from many sources, and approaches to deciding for loss minimization and user experience.
Terena Bell underlines the importance of designing applications for multiple languages including right-to-left ones in an age of rapid globalization.
In this solutions track talk, sponsored by AppDynamics, Tom Levey discusses how to monitor UX, identify bottlenecks, and measure the revenue impact by turning on the lights inside a mobile app.
Carl Myhill, Steve Hayes highlight the key elements that a UX Design process and an Agile process have in common, providing practical tips on how to make them work together.
Jennifer Hayes, Adam Archer present how they built a mixed team (local&remote) to learn the practice of design studios, making them an integral part of doing UI design.
Chuck Doerr, Asim Malik discuss tools and techniques used by financial firms for native HTML5 UX, and approaches for achieving application interoperability and incremental adoption of HTML5.
Chris Swan discusses user experience for banking and financial mobile applications, architectures, and the frameworks and containers that ease the way to secure deployment into production.
Jaimee Newberry shares considerations in on-boarding, designing and copywriting to help apps become more fun, delightful and engaging experiences for users.
Michelle Andreassen takes a business-to-employee look at UX, prototyping and user testing of gamified enterprise mobile apps to see if these really do bring more value to the company beyond the hype.
Praful J Todkar and Cassandra Shum share their experience ending up with an architecture for a mobile application whose development was driven by user experience.
Horia Dragomir takes a look at how banks are improving their workflow for web based applications and how they have to support everything from the bleeding edge to the old IE browsers.