Our design conference Roadmap is next week!

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Design innovation is the future of technology products used by both consumers and enterprise users. In an article this weekend, Kyle Fugere of dunnhumby Ventures noted that he values startups with “well-formed user experience and user interface design elements over more technical elements.” Why? Because an awesome user experience correlates with “a deep understanding of the customer and how to deliver the product to the market.”

To capture the trends and the future of user experience and user interfaces, Om Malik and I have put together our design tech conference Roadmap, which kicks off next week on the night of November 17th and runs the 18th and the 19th at the SFJazz Center. It’ll be a culmination of the most creative minds in the intersection of tech, design and entrepreneurialism. I can’t believe it’s just around the corner and it’s our fourth Roadmap!

Moderated by: Om Malik — Founder, Gigaom Speaker: Tony Fadell — Founder and CEO, Nest Labs

Om Malik in conversation with Tony Fadell, co-founder and CEO, Nest

Some of our speakers include: Nest CEO and co-founder Tony Fadell, fuseproject founder Yves Behar, Medium co-founder Evan Williams, Google X interaction designer Hayes Raffle, Google’s VP Design, Android, Matias Duarte, designer Elle Luna, Adobe VP Product Jeff Veen, Kleiner Perkins‘ Design Partner John Maeda, NewDealDesign founder Gadi Amit, Twitter Data Editor, Simon Rogers, Pinterest designer Mia Blume, Uber‘s head of creative Shalin Amin, Facebook Director of Product Design Julie Zhuo, KK Barrett, the production designer for the movie Her, and many more.

If you haven’t gotten your ticket already we’ve got a few left, and you can grab those here. In addition to two days of content, there’s also a kickoff night event the evening before the official conference, and an after party at the end of the first day at the Noir Lounge in Hayes Valley.

Come hang out with us and be inspired about the future of user experience and tech design.

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