What Condé Nast’s VP of Digital Design and UX Does In Her Downtime – Minonline

MinonlineWhat Condé Nast's VP of Digital Design and UX Does In Her DowntimeMinonlineAs the company's VP of UX, Ellis also oversees all digital design for the company and was recently promoted from executive director. The company's chief digital officer Fred Santarpia perhaps put it best in his announcement email: “Brooke's impact on …

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Persado Named to 2017 CNBC Disruptor 50 – Benzinga

Persado Named to 2017 CNBC Disruptor 50BenzingaThe award comes on the heels of a very successful 2016 for Persado. It was named one of 50 Companies Leading the AI Revolution by Fortune, a Cool Vendor in Data-Driven Marketing by Gartner, and Breakout Vendor in Content Intelligence by Forrester.and more »

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Walk before you run: Marketers must get the basics right before they turn to AI – Econsultancy (blog)

Walk before you run: Marketers must get the basics right before they turn to AIEconsultancy (blog)Excited by the power of AI, marketing departments are looking beyond the usual fears of job losses and seem optimistic about its potential in mapping out customer lifecycles with a level of granularity that has never been possible before. With plans to …

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How to design for the user…and the bot – VentureBeat

VentureBeatHow to design for the user…and the botVentureBeatHow do we think about user experience (UX) design when it is no longer aimed at helping people understand machines, but rather machines that will understand human beings and communicate accordingly? Here are five considerations I've discovered thus …

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Apple hints its Echo killer could have a touchscreen – Mashable

MashableApple hints its Echo killer could have a touchscreenMashableEnjoy the 70-percent lead while you can Amazon, because Apple's coming to slay Alexa and the Echo. Well, it'll try. In an interview with India's Gadgets360, Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of worldwide marketing, dropped the first hints …and more »

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