This week's featured interview is with Ravi Bhatt, Co-Founder and CEO of Branchfire. Branchfire is responsible for a little used (only a million+ users) iPad App called iAnnotate. iAnnotate allows you to read, markup and share documents on the go. Its used widely in education but also adopted by Hollywood for reading and editing scripts among actors, pro sports teams sharing out playbooks and all sorts of other smart folks. Ravi also makes a real solid effort to compare the Chicago start-up scene to a Lemonade Stand (it mostly works ;) and thinks more people in town should hear that their ideas are just plain bad (not to be mean - just to help us build better stuff).
WebVisions explores the future of web and mobile design, digital media and technology with a lineup of dangerous thinkers - the people who are shaping the future of the digital age -- Jason Kunesh, the Director of User Experience for Obama for America, Carla Diana of Smart Design, Kerry Bodine of Forrester Research, and more.
The future is here - join us for WebVisions Chicago at the Siskel Theater from Sept. 25-27. Register now at WebVisionsEvent.com.
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