Lift11: what can the future do for you?
Lift11 is a three-day conference about current and emerging usage of digital technologies such as online communities, social media and casual games. Participants come to better understand the challenges and opportunities presented by digital technologies, and meet the people who drive these innovations.
The next Conference will be held in Geneva , 2-4 February 2011 at the International Conference Center
the link to Register yourself : http://liftconference.com/lift11
The Conference program
Lift is made of:
• Keynotes from the world's best experts and pioneers
• Workshops to learn from experienced practitioners
• Demos of new technologies
• Social events to expand your network
Who comes to Lift
We gather entrepreneurs, managers, designers, students, geeks, researchers, thinkers and doers from around the world. The conference is open to all, and the diversity and quality of attendees is one of our key differentiating factors.
New in 2011
• An improved feedback system to better interact with speakers.
• Better workshops with true interactivity
• New formats like live audience based interviews, demos and playful performances.
• Unbundled and viral tickets, earn cash by recommending conference to your friends.
The conference program allows you to discover new and emerging technologies, see real life examples of implementations in different contexts, and expand your horizons by exploring ideas from other fields and backgrounds.
Wednesday Feb. 2, 2011
09:00 Co-creation workshops
11:30 First time participants welcome
14:00 Session: Inspiring stories (1/2)
16:00 Session: Re-organization, the changing workplace
20:00 Lift Fondue
Thursday Feb. 3, 2011
11:00 Session: Engaging users with games
14:00 Session: Building and managing communities
16:00 Session: Community mining, new forms of business intelligence
20:00 Open dinner
Friday Feb. 4, 2011
11:00 Session: Trends and ideas from around the world
14:00 Session: New frontiers
16:00 Session: Inspiring stories (2/2)
22:00 Closing party
Robert Scoble is one of the tech world's most influential voice through his long standing blog scobleizer.com. Based in the Silicon Valley, he spends his time meeting with the people who innovate and create tomorrow's internet services.
Jean-Claude Biver is CEO and board member of Hublot, a Swiss luxury watchmaker. Prior to this, he had successfully rejuvenated the Blancpain and Omega brands, both currently owned by Swatch Group.
Kevin is the founder of area/code, creating cross-media games for world-renowned clients. Area/Code builds on the landscape of pervasive technologies and overlapping media to create new kinds of entertainment.
Birgitta is the Creative Director of Ralston & Bau and Head of the Research program in Transplant. She has a broad design and concept development background from interior to profiling projects as well as design strategy.
Lee Bryant is an on-line social communication specialist with a focus on knowledge development, and a leading writer and practitioner in the field of augmented online social interaction. With Headshift, Lee and his team focus on the emerging area of social software.
David is a game designer and sci-fi writer who works at Ankama, a French video-game studio best known for its multi-player game, Dofus. He also writes short stories, pen and paper RPGs, LARPs, and comic books.
Dr. Steffen P. Walz is a cultural anthropologist-turned-game and interaction designer, now the appointed founder–director of the future Games & Experimental Entertainment Laboratory (GEElab) at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Australia.
Steve is the founder of Portigal Consulting, a boutique firm that brings together user research, design and business strategy to help organizations discover and act on new insights about their customers.
Registration is now open
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