Multi-touchpoint experience design is evolving from simple background data sharing to seamless interactions. For instance, swiping to unlock a phone screen could be reflected in real time on a wall mounted display. — James Haliburton, CEO, Topp speaking at MEX14
The move from designing experiences which live within the confines of a single device to experiences which flow seamlessly across a wide range of touchpoints is one of the major challenges facing digital industry. While cloud storage is enabling users to access their data from a variety of different devices, true multi-touchpoint experiences which combine several elements into an experience greater than the sum of their parts, remain rare.
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