Dublin Web Summit 2013 Sketchnotes and Photos

The Dublin Web Summit was a global gathering of the world’s leading thinkers and doers in technology. It’s not just a gathering of the planet’s leading startups and technology companies, but of businesses, large and small, who are being impacted by new technologies. Over 10,000 attendees made the trip from all corners of the globe to hear from over 300 speakers across dozens of stages, workshops and roundtables catered to every sector. My sketchnotes of the presentations are available on Slideshare and flickr.

Dublin Web Summit 2013 Sketchnotes

Dublin Web Summit 2013 Sketchnotes

Kevin Rose, Alexia Tsotis – Fireside chat

Dublin Web Summit 2013 - Kevin Rose, Alexia Tsotis - Fireside chat

Tony Hawk, Kevin Rose – Fireside chat

Dublin Web Summit 2013 - Tony Hawk, Kevin Rose - Fireside chat

Michael Acton Smith – 10 tipps for building a killer startup

Dublin Web Summit 2013 - Michael Acton Smith - 10 tipps for building a killer startup

Scott Painter – Future of car buying

Dublin Web Summit 2013 - Scott Painter - Future of car buying

Andrew Burton, Jon Gifford, Ed Byrne, Christian Beedgen, Isaac Saldana – Big data

Dublin Web Summit 2013 - Andrew Burton, Jon Gifford, Ed Byrne, Christian Beedgen, Isaac Saldana - Big data

Neil Capel – Give people what they want

Dublin Web Summit 2013 - Neil Capel - Give people what they want

Andy McLoughlin – Ten things I whish we’d known

Dublin Web Summit 2013 - Andy McLoughlin - Ten things I whish we'd known

Jeff Roberts, Anit Arner – Real time advertising

Dublin Web Summit 2013 - Jeff Roberts, Anit Arner - Real time advertising

Tim Moreton – Real time analytics

Dublin Web Summit 2013 - Tim Moreton - Real time analytics

Dublin Web Summit Photos

Mind the Product 2013 Sketchnotes and Videos

Mind the Product 2013 was a one-day, one-track conference that brought together product leaders from around the world to explore the intersection of design, technology and business in order to inspire to build products customers love. My sketchnotes of the presentations are available on Slideshare and flickr.

And here is the summary of the Mind the Product team: Mind the Product 2013: How to Create Amazing Products, Exit for a Billion Dollars and Change the Future.

Recap video

Paul Adamas – Our next product canvas

Mind the Product 2013 - Paul Adamas - Our next product canvas

George Berkowski – How to build a billion dollar app

Mind the Product 2013 - George Berkowski - How to build a billion dollar app

Tim Harford – Creating ideas that matter

Mind the Product 2013 - Tim Harford - Creating ideas that matter

Kelly Goto – Beyond understanding users

Mind the Product 2013 - Kelly Goto - Beyond understanding users

Patrick Vlaskovits, Brant Cooper – Lean product development

Mind the Product 2013 - Patrick Vlaskovits, Brant Cooper - Lean product development

Cennyd Bowles – Product design for tomorrow

Mind the Product 2013 - Cennyd Bowles - Product design for tomorrow

Aziz Musa – Delivering a pure product

Mind the Product 2013 - Aziz Musa - Delivering a pure product

Andy Budd- Design as product strategy

Mind the Product 2013 - Andy Budd- Design as product strategy

Volkswagen Eos: Auszeit vom digitalen Leben

“Das Internet spielt eine immer größere Rolle beim Autokauf. Deshalb nutzen wir die vielfältigen multimedialen Möglichkeiten des Mediums, um unseren Kunden ein umfassendes Markenerlebnis zu bieten und sie für unsere Produkte zu begeistern“.

Luca de Meo, Leiter Marketing Konzern und Marke Volkswagen Pkw

Volkswagen positioniert den facegelifteten Eos als Auszeitauto vom Stress des Alltages. Passend dazu gibt es im neuen Eos Webspecial eine Auszeit-App, um Mail-Programme und Dienste wie Twitter zu blockieren sowie einen Soundtrack mit Chillout-Musik. Digital Natives brauchen sich allerdings nicht sorgen: Eine Eos iPad-App mit Animationen und Konfigurator gibt es natürlich trotzdem.

via Automobilwoche