It’s been a busy few months for Evernote. We have new clients for Windows 8 and Windows Desktop. Our dramatically upgraded Mac client just went into limited beta. A new iOS client is coming shortly. And there are new versions of Skitch for Windows (desktop | Windows 8) and Android. Evernote partners have also recently launched incredible new tools that merge the physical world with Evernote: The Evernote Smart Notebook by Moleskine, and the Sky Pen by Livescribe.
A lot of work and thought goes into the design of products like these. This event will highlight how Evernote does the job of creating and updating its products, how we design interfaces, and what we’ve learned about the user experience in the years since we’ve been creating Evernote products.
Rafe Needleman, Evernote's Platform Advocate, will moderate our first Evernote Talks event on the topic of Design on Thursday, November 15th, at 6:00pm in San Francisco at the Clift Hotel. It’s going to be a great event, with awesome speakers:
Learn what goes into Evernote app design at our first Evernote Talks event on November 15 in San Francisco.
- Jeff Zwerner, Evernote’s VP of Branded Products and Experiences. He’ll talk about a big transition underway at Evernote: We’re changing from thinking of ourselves a softwarecompany, to considering Evernote a productcompany. It may sound subtle, but it is a fundamental change in focus, and Jeff will explain what it means for a technology company to make the shift.
- Gabe Campodonico, Evernote Chief Designer. It’s his growing team that led the redesign of the well-reviewed Mac client and that’s in charge of figuring out how Evernote apps should look on all the different platforms we support. If you want to know how we manage to make Evernote feel native on each operating system, you’ll want to hear the on-stage discussion with Gabe.
- Naomi Pilosof, Evernote Product Manager. Naomi re-invented the first-time user experience for our new iOS app, based on dozens of things we’ve learned here at Evernote about how users start using new products. She’ll share the knowledge that went into this new experience in a lightning talk.
We’ll have other team leaders from Evernote at the event. If you’re looking for tips and tricks on using Evernote on a Mac, iOS device, Android, or Windows, you’ll be able to meet the product managers and engineers behind the apps.
If you’d like to participate in Evernote’s growth, and help us build new products and experiences, you will definitely not want to miss this event.
One more thing: Giveaways. We’ll have a few goodies for some lucky attendees: Fujitsu ScanSnap scanners, Evernote Smart Notebooks, T-shirts, and more.
Admission is free but you must sign up to reserve a spot, and tickets are limited.
If you can’t make it to the event in person, we will be recording it and will make playback available on the Evernote blog a day or so after the event.
So get your tickets now… and we’ll see you on November 15!