I will be presenting my latest analysis of Apple at the Sustain event in San Francisco on Thursday Sept 8th, the day after Apple’s keynote, along with Ben Bajarin, Carolina Milanesi who will alsob equipped with their latest market insights.
There is a time to disrupt and there is a time to sustain.
Sustain event is about understanding Apple’s levers of control to sustain the iPhone as it moves into direct competition with Android. We will also examine positions of top five technology brands: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft.
Learn more about the event at Airshow.io. Given he short notice, we are keeping this event on the small side so reserve your seat soon.
We are ready to roll out Airshow 2.0, a redesigned curriculum for motion-based data presentations.
Three years ago, we created the Airshow concept as a study of how stories come alive using data. We drew inspiration from cinematography and combined with the work of Welles, Tufte and Rosling to build a new theory of presentations. We offered explanations of:
- How and why are presentations different from one-on-one interactions?
- Will new user interface metaphors such as touch help tell stories better than the slide advance clicker?
- Are motion and interaction an effective ways to present? If so, how are they to be choreographed and directed?
- How does “camera position” affect a data story?
Since that initial concept, we have learned far more.
Airshow 2.0 moves beyond executing a story in pixels to the writing and directing process. As before, we teach using the process itself: through stories presented as data.
A full-day presentation of Airshow 2.0 will debut on May 28 in Boston. We will also hold a special performance in San Francisco on Saturday June 11 (weekend before WWDC) to commemorate Airshow’s third anniversary.
To register, or for more information, see http://airshow.io/ . A 30% discount is available to early registrants.