Full agenda for MEX 2008 published, with stats, research and speakers

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The full, detailed agenda and speaker list for our MEX 2008 conference is now online. If you’ve not yet reserved your place at the event, now is the time to do so – passes are selling out fast.

The conference programme is based around our 10 point Manifesto for enhancing the mobile user experience. Each of the 10 Manifesto statements is addressed through a diverse range of presentations, panel discussions and collaborative breakout groups.

To get you thinking about these issues ahead of the conference on 27th – 28th May, we have included a wide range of stats and research notes alongside each agenda item. Use the links below to explore each subject.

Topics include…

  • 1. Content itself will be the interface of the future
  • 2. Handsets are no longer just for the hand
  • 3. Fragmentation is the enemy of innovation
  • 4. Fashion is a stronger motivator than functionality
  • 5. The developing world is the new frontier for mobile user experience
  • 6. Search requires a radically different approach in the mobile environment
  • 7. Intelligent contact lists are the future centres of the user interface
  • 8. Mobile payments herald the next generational shift
  • 9. Users as individuals: uniquely complex and contradictory
  • 10. The potential of smart voice

    If you’ve not yet booked your place at the conference, check out the agenda and then use the web-site to register for a delegate pass (priced at GBP 1499). MEX is now just 5 weeks away and, as with all of our previous events, we are on target to sell out well in advance on the conference date, so register soon to guarantee your place at the event.

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