After a few years of frantic deployment of wearables, the hype has cooled and the reality is: most of those devices didn't tap the very real potential of wearable tech. Why do so many wearables suck, and how can we do better? Author and strategist Liza Kindred’s 20-year career in fashion and technology has explored both the challenges and benefits of (literally) weaving tech into our lives. She’ll offer a host of practical examples that illustrate an eye-opening framework of values to guide us in how we make and use new technology, with wearables as the lens.
Expert: Liza Kindred
Liza Kindred, the founder of Third Wave Fashion, has been writing frequently and speaking globally for many years. She is considered the top expert on fashion tech–and she’s literally wrote the book on the future of commerce, as well as a second book about designing for wearables and connected devices. Audiences love to hear her speak; she’s been called “inspiring” and “courageous”, as well as “fabulous and informative”. She has spoken at, keynoted for, and moderated panels at nearly 100 conferences and events.