(October 17, 2008) Jesse James Garrett, co-founder and president of Adaptive Path, looks at the process of creating Aurora, a concept video depicting one possible user experience for the web. He talks about future trends that will shape the Web, the challenges of designing a future product, and he goes behind the scenes at the creation of the Aurora concept video.
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