Tinder Hearts: What We’re Learning from User-Friendly Mobile

Presented at London15: Mobile
March 5, 2015
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Uber, Tinder, Square and other trendsetters have created radically different — and extremely popular — experiences for their users. What might newsrooms learn from user behavior across the field, and how can it shape our own thinking in making news a habitual destination?


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Farhad Manjoo
Technology Columnist, The New York Times
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