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Joe Lamantia

Joe Lamantia
Product Strategist: Big Data & Discovery, Oracle Endeca


A veteran architect, consultant, and designer, Joe Lamantia has been an active member and leader in the user experience community since 1996. Joe has crafted successful user experience strategies and created innovative solutions for clients in a wide variety of industries and settings, ranging from Fortune 100 enterprises to local non-profit organizations, digital product companies, and social media. Joe is the creator of the leading freely available tool for card sorting, a frequent writer and speaker on future directions in user experience, and creator of the Building Blocks for Portals design framework.

Joe is currently based in Amsterdam, working as a user experience strategy consultant for a global media agency. He blogs regularly at www.joelamantia.com.


Location: Ballroom IV Level: Intermediate
Tish Shute (Ugotrade), Jeremy Hight (Mission College, CA), Joe Lamantia (Oracle Endeca), Sophia Parafina (LDS), anselm hook (Meedan)
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This panel will discuss shared augmented realities, considering some of the essential possibilities and challenges inherent in this new class of social augmented experiences. The format is presentation and discussion of a small set of scenarios (defined in advance, with audience input) describing likely future forms of shared augmented realities at differing scales of social engagement. Read more.