Google Lead User Interface Designer Talks About Barriers to Innovation
Published on February 8, 2018
At the 2018 PIA Color Conference, Lead User Interface Designer for Google, David Hogue, presented a fascinating keynote. Senior Editor Cary Sherburne was able to sit down with him afterwards to get his perspective on barriers to innovation that may be impacting companies in the printing industry. He provides insight into how to overcome these challenges, including anchoring bias and the cathedral effect. A must-watch for printing company owners and managers.
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