Nick DeNardis, director of Web Communications at Wayne State University and technical director for TEDxDetroit, is leading the Analytics Workshop at this year’s edUi conference. We wanted to get to know him better, so we asked him a few questions.
Get pumped! We’re thrilled to announce our final keynote speaker—Kevin M. Hoffman, founder of Seven Heads Design and author of Meeting Design for Managers, Makers, and Everyone, has joined the edUi lineup alongside keynotes Cory Doctorow and Sara Wachter-Boettcher.
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Sara Wachter-Boettcher is leading a workshop at this year’s edUi conference on Compassionate Content & UX, in addition to presenting her keynote, Design for Real Life. Sara is an author, designer, and content strategist at a consultancy based in Philadelphia. We wanted to get to know her better, so we asked her a few questions.
So far, we’ve announced two keynotes and three workshops. But I know what you’ve really been waiting for is this announcement right here. edUi 2017 Schedule Is Live » What’s Next? We still have one more keynote slot to announce and our Google DevFest topics will be announced later this summer. So stay tuned! Register Now » Early bird tickets are $550 Early bird deadline: July 31
A digital-rights activist and prolific writer of both nonfiction and science-fiction, Cory Doctorow’s edUi keynote will focus on the ways schools, archives, libraries and public institutions stand to be harmed by “dark patterns” and “bad business models”.
Registration is officially open and we just can’t contain our excitement any longer! We have a great line-up of workshops, not to mention tons of fantastic speakers and sessions, networking opportunities, and local Charlottesville food that will make your tummy happy. Make sure to join us for an amazing 2017 conference! Register Now » Early Bird Tickets: $550 Standard Tickets: $675 With a ticket to edUi 2017, you’ll get: Two full days of amazing UI and UX content by world-class speakers A half-day post-conference workshop A fun opening night reception to kick off the conference and socialize with other awesome conference-goers Plenty of opportunities to network with fellow web professionals in higher ed, libraries, and museums Breakfasts by a local bakery Lunch at a local restaurant on the Charlottesville Downtown Mall Early Bird Deadline Be sure to register by July 31, 2017, to get the early bird price of $550. Standard tickets will be $675 after the deadline. Half-Day Workshops A half-day workshop is included in your ticket (the hard part will be selecting just one!). Now is your chance to build your own SVG animations with Sarah Drasner, get the most out of your analytics with Nick DeNardis, or createContinue reading»
We all want websites that are accessible and usable. But as students and other audiences rely on digital tools to navigate more and more of their experiences with our institutions, we also need to consider whether our websites and apps are inclusive, compassionate, and fair.
The edUi 2017 Call for Proposals is officially closed. Thank you to everyone who submitted a proposal! What’s Next? The Program Team will begin reviewing proposals immediately. Decisions will be communicated to applicants by April 17th. Our final workshop will be announced the week of March 27, 2017 Registration will open April 3, 2017 Full conference schedule will be published May 1, 2017
Are you a designer who codes? Or a coder who designs? Labels are overrated. Either way, this workshop is for you. At edUi 2017 Sarah Drasner will lead a half-day workshop on building and animating SVGs.