Microsoft Director of Windows User Experience Lili Cheng: Designing the Next UI

September 5th, 2006 |

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What’s next for the average computer user experience? Lili Cheng is in charge of user interface for Microsoft’s Vista team. Coming to the Vista project via Microsoft’s research division, she’s thought a lot about how we’ll relate to our various devices in the future. What happens when all of our operating systems come together — our phones, our entertainment systems and our computers’ operating systems? Cheng shares her insights on the road ahead, and talks about how Microsoft has been planning to meet the needs of its wide consumer base once those systems connect. She talked with PodTech founder John Furrier at Supernova.

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