South By Southwest Interactive News

Monday Feb 16th, 2015

Latino Tech Community Meet Up Draws Big Crowd to Mexi-Arte Museum

Written by Danielle Zamora

SXSW Interactive celebrated the power of creativity and the power of diversity on Thursday evening, February 12 at the first-ever Latino Tech Community Meet Up. Hosted by the Mexi-Arte Museum at 419 Congress in Downtown Austin, this event drew about 100 enthusiastic digital industry professionals to an eclectic space...

Monday Feb 16th, 2015

Don't Miss the SXAméricas Panels & Roundtable Discussions at SXSW 2015

Written by Anwar Chagollan

SXAméricas - which promotes networking, ideas and new partnerships from Latino film, music, and technology leaders - is announcing all of its daytime programming for SXSW 2015!

Conference sessions include Bilingual Media: Latino Entertainment in the XXI Century, a discussion with industry leaders Frankie J. Alvarez (HBO's...

Sunday Feb 15th, 2015

2015 SXSW Interactive Session Spotlight: Why You Need A Business Story And How To Create It

Written by Megan Simpson

In 2014, David Sloly tasked himself with writing a guide that would explain the process for creating business stories. His Future15, Why You Need A Business Story And How To Create It will explain how stories impact decision-making, the types of business stories you can tell, and most...

Sunday Feb 15th, 2015

2015 SXSW Interactive Session Spotlight: A/B Testing at Scale – Minimizing UI Complexity

Written by Megan Simpson

Product designers and developers won’t want to miss Chris Saint-Amant’s solo presentation, A/B Testing at Scale: Minimizing UI Complexity” at this year’s SXSW Interactive Festival. Saint-Amant’s talk takes a look at A/B testing, and it’s ability to enable you to take a data-driven approach to product design and...

Friday Feb 13th, 2015

2015 SXSW Interactive Session Spotlight: The Third Age of Gaming – Exploring New Horizons

Written by Megan Simpson

Moderator of The Third Age of Gaming: Exploring New Horizons, Chris Morris returns to SXSW this year from Charleston, South Carolina. He is joined on his panel by Barry Dorf, Vice President of Partnerships & Alliances for DeNA; Chris Early, Vice President of Digital Publishing...

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