Cup Noodle: Innovation, Inspiration and Manga by Jason Grigsby
Cup Noodle: Innovation, Inspiration and Manga
In just five minutes, Jason Grigsby shares the story and learnings from the creation of Cup Noodle. A lot more went into making that product than meets the eye. It was filmed at Ignite NYC
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When Jason was introduced to Mosaic, the world’s first web browser, he declared that “this web thing is too slow and will never go anywhere.” Within six months of making this foolish proclamation, he built his first web site and now has over 11 years of experience in web site development.
Despite his early incorrect prognosis about the web, Jason has a proven track record of identifying upcoming trends and positioning clients to take advantage of new technology. He specializes in helping customers determine the best way to accomplish their business objectives online.
Jason’s expertise includes information architecture, usability, and emerging technology like social media. He has been a featured speaker at various organizations on topics ranging from web analytics to web site performance.