Technical evangelist and the legend behind codinghorror.com and StackOverflow.
Chief of Technology at the Brooklyn Museum. Recognised as a social media maven for her work in furthering the Museum's community-oriented mission via social media.
Designer extraordinaire. Former Creative Director of Digg, a founder of Pownce, now Director of Design at the early-stage startup Tiny Speck.
Strategist and conceptual advisor. Experience designer from Stamen Design.
Head of Digital, Social and Emerging Technologies at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia.
Founder of Newsvine, co-inventor of sIFR.
Blogger and a new media art curator, she lectures internationally and writes about the intersection between art, design and technology on we-make- money-not-art.com.
A recognized agile and productivity expert. Author of Behind Closed Doors: Secrets of Great Management and Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great.
Mobile expert; President of pinch/zoom an interactive agency specializing in mobile and web applications and author of Mobile Design & Development.
Nokia's head of design direction for service and user-interface design; author of Everyware: The dawning age of ubiquitous computing and the upcoming The City Is Here For You To Use.
Open web advocate. WebJam founder.
Usability, accessibility and user experience strategy advocate. Principal User Experience consultant at Scenario Seven.
Visual and Interaction Design Consultant for global community-based e-commerce sites, products and brands. Formerly led UX and visual design at Etsy.
Writer-Speaker-Designer-turned-Interface-Developer-and-sometimes-Programmer. Principle designer behind Twistori, Freckle Time Tracking, the Pepsico Zeitgeist, and other unusual sites and apps.
A pioneer in Virtual Reality, respected writer, researcher and teacher, co- inventor of VRML, author of five books and numerous papers on the future of technology.
Entrepreneurial king ping. Author of the blog Startup Lessons Learned. Creator of the Lean Startup entrepreneurship methodology.
Poet. Pop-up book designer. Romanticist.
Founder of Digg. Co-founder of the Internet Television Network Revision3. Co-hosts of Diggnation, a weekly video podcast based on digg.com news stories and content.
Software developer and data magnate. Author of Programming Collective Intelligence, Programming the Semantic Web and Beautiful Data.
(aka Simple Scott) - Design Director for the Obama Presidential campaign.
CEO of Typekit, internationally sought-after speaker, author, and user experience consultant. Formerly led the creation of Measure Map, the well-received blog analytics tool acquired by Google.