Dialogue 01

Kinya Tagawa

(Head of Takram)

Takram’s Tagawa and the developer of Breakfast, Kano, had a discussion: “If you can share your vision through a presentation, everyone starts to move positively.”

The dialogue was about giving presentations and about “Breakfast,” a presentation tool currently being developed by WOW. Takram’s Kinya Tagawa and Breakfast’s developer Mamoru Kano had a discussion at Takram’s office in Omotesando. During the discussion, WOW’s President Hiroshi Takahashi came to join, and the three of them discussed various topics.

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Talk Session 01

Mamoru Kano

(Professor at Miyagi University/advisor/consultant to WOW/developer of the presentation tool Breakfast)

Breakfast’s developer Mamoru Kano held a public talk session at WeWork in Shibuya.

How was the new presentation tool Breakfast created? In September 2019, the developer Mamoru Kano gave a 90 minute public talk session at WeWork’s Iceberg in Shibuya, Tokyo. Here is a summary of a portion of the presentation he gave while using slides actually created with Breakfast as he told the story of what led to its development and its process of development over five years.

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User Interview 01

Mamoru Kano

(Professor at Miyagi University/advisor/consultant to WOW/developer of the presentation tool Breakfast)

450 minutes a week. Save about half the time spent on creating materials.

User Interview talks to people who use the presentation tool Breakfast and gives a summarized presentation of points that people wish to have improved about the tool’s usability. For the first interview, we visited Mamoru Kano, who is the developer of the presentation tool Breakfast and acts as an advisor/consultant to WOW, which worked on Breakfast’s early development. The visit took us to Miyagi University. Kano is a professor teaching design here. Why does he feel the need for new presentation tools and how is he using them right now? We interviewed him about the history of the development, interweaving this with scenes of Breakfast being used during Kano’s lectures.

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