You can win a copy of “A Practical Guide to Information Architecture” by Donna Spencer! Visit edUi on Facebook and in three words or phrases, tell us the most difficult thing you’ve had to clean up or organize at work. We’ll select two winners at random to receive a free copy of “A Practical Guide to Information Architecture” by edUi 2016 keynote speaker Donna Spencer. Deadline to enter is Oct. 12.
Please Note: This screening is now sold out. We’re pleased to announce a special post-conference screening of the film Design Disruptors by inVision. This event is free, open to all edUi attendees and the public, but seating is limited and registration …
At some point, someone created a Facebook page dedicated to curly fries and scientists have since determined that a correlation exists between “liking” that particular page and high intelligence. So does this mean that smart people generally like deep-fried potatoes? Or maybe they just like stuff you can find at Arby’s. Do the less intelligent like waffle fries? What about people who crave sweet potato fries?
You can win a copy of “Analyzing the Social Web” by Jen Golbeck! Visit edUi on Facebook and in three words or phrases, tell us what your social media accounts would reveal about you. We’ll select a winner at random to receive a free copy of “Analyzing the Social Web” by edUi 2016 keynote speaker Jen Golbeck. Deadline to enter is Sept. 20.
It has been the struggle of many higher education organizations since we created our first websites. How do we enable content owners to be content producers while still protecting our brand (and our inboxes)? We often focus on making beautiful and useful websites for our external audiences and do not consider our users who will create and maintain the content.
Guest blogger and edUi 2016 speaker Amanda Costello discusses how you can answer the post-conference questions from your boss, “What can you do today?” and “What can you do in a year?”
WillowTree is an award-winning digital product agency specializing in mobile UX. Their clients include Regal Cinemas, HBO, CBS Sports and GE. On Sunday Oct. 23 we’ll visit their Charlottesville headquarters for our pre-conference meetup. From 4:00-6:00 pm, grab a drink and network with your fellow attendees.
You can win a copy of “Designing for Touch” by Josh Clark! Visit edUi on Facebook and in three words or phrases, tell us what everyday object you would make magic and why. We’ll select a winner at random to receive a free copy of “Designing for Touch” by edUi 2016 keynote speaker Josh Clark. Deadline to enter is August 26.
Last year was a big year for edUi. We made a lot of changes and tried out a whole new conference structure. While we’re not “changing everything” this year, there are a few things going on that you might not be aware of… yet. So let’s fix that, shall we?
Guest blogger and edUi 2016 speaker Jen Lombardi discusses the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project and how you can use AMP in web design and SEO.