Google is not an anomaly (11 Jan 2002)
Industry seems to largely ignore users and excitedly follow the technology trend bandwagon. This presents an enormous opportunity to build new and innovative products. Google has grown to be used by a 100 million people without any significant marketing expenditures; it has grown by meeting people's needs. This talk will present a blueprint for generating, evaluating, designing, and building new things that are both successful and significant. I will relate this blueprint to the learning we have done at Google. Also, I will enumerate some of the technology constants that help with designing new things but are not often taught. A brief update on Google will be presented, and time will be left for a free form question and answer period.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/cs547/abstracts/01-02/020111-page.html
(Larry Page (Google))
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