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Quicksilver: Universal Access and Action

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Uploaded on Oct 8, 2007

Google Tech Talks
August 30, 2007

ABSTRACT

Quicksilver hides almost unbounded power beneath the interface of a keyboard-driven launcher. Using a basic grammatical model, it allows you to move beyond basic search and work effortlessly with applications, data, and the web. Quickilver is above all a prototype intended to explore new forms of interaction.

In this talk, we will explore the motivation behind Quicksilver, highlights of its implementation, lessons learned from its design, and the ways it might inform the future of navigation for the desktop and the web.

Speaker: Nicholas Jitkoff Credits: Speaker:Nicholas Jitkoff

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