Prototyping the News: Designs for Mobile … and the Newsroom

Presented at London15: Mobile
March 5, 2015
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Designing a compelling mobile product is a challenge. Equally vexing is getting the right team in place to make sure the product continues to evolve. The founder of Made By Many, a digital product design company, has gathered specific learnings from their work with BBC, ITV, The Daily Telegraph and others. Learn not only how to design a great mobile product, but also how the teams behind the products prototyped their way to success.


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William Owen
Founder and Strategy Director, Made By Many
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