Esteban Contreras

Esteban Contreras

Vancouver, BC / Director of Experience Design at Sprinklr. Author of SOCIAL STATE. Formerly at Samsung, Amdocs, Subaru. Curator of All Things. Geek. Advisor to Tech Startups.
Esteban Contreras
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Gigaom |   Facebook Buys Friendster Patents for $40M

Gigaom | Facebook Buys Friendster Patents for $40M

Samsung Galaxy S8 Live Q&A

Samsung Galaxy S8 Live Q&A

CX Trends Report: U.K. And German Customers Wear Their Hearts On Their Sleeves

CX Trends Report: U.K. And German Customers Wear Their Hearts On Their Sleeves

The 2017 report asked consumers and CX professionals in 12 countries about the emotions they associate with positive and negative brand experience. There were some regional variations.

The 2017 report asked consumers and CX professionals in 12 countries about the emotions they associate with positive and negative brand experience. There were some regional variations.

I have seen some buzz around CSS Variables lately and recently had the opportunity to use them as part of the front-end team at Geckoboard…

I have seen some buzz around CSS Variables lately and recently had the opportunity to use them as part of the front-end team at Geckoboard…

Twitter’s business is shrinking, but not as much as Wall Street expected.

Twitter’s business is shrinking, but not as much as Wall Street expected.

6 Rules To Live By When You Work In An Office But Have Remote Team Members

6 Rules To Live By When You Work In An Office But Have Remote Team Members

The PM’s Toolbox: Product Management Tools and the Problems they Solve | UserVoice Blog

The PM’s Toolbox: Product Management Tools and the Problems they Solve | UserVoice Blog

social media trends 2017

social media trends 2017

It may come as no surprise that Snapchat and Instagram have a solid lead over Facebook when it comes to the frequency that high school and college students use the social media channels, with young Snapchat users checking in at a rate of up to six times per day or more.

It may come as no surprise that Snapchat and Instagram have a solid lead over Facebook when it comes to the frequency that high school and college students use the social media channels, with young Snapchat users checking in at a rate of up to six times per day or more.