MinneWebCon 2009

MinneWebCon 2009 was, according to the numbers and the feedback heard so far, a great success: 250 attendees (up 10 from last year — and in a slow economy, to have any growth is gratifying indeed!) 2 great keynote speakers, Doc Searls and Bruce Schneier (above) 15 breakout sessions about web standards and design, user…

Wayfinding + Design

I am looking forward to attending a wayfinding workshop sponsored by UCDA (University & College Designers Association). Particularly because two of the presenters are Drew Sternal and Gary Stemler, who were involved in the University of Minnesota’s Scholars Walk. Because I designed (and continue to manage) the Scholars Walk web site, I’m thrilled to learn…

MinneWebCon 2.0

The planning committee is moving forward with preparations for version 2.0 of our conference. Visit the web site to submit a presentation proposal or catch up on some of the presentations, photos, and other details from 2008. Launch date: April 6, 2009 Related: MinneWebCon MinneWebCon on Twitter

Hindsight is Always 20/20

Disclaimer: I don’t let myself go off-topic on this blog too often, but this is a design entry, and even has a tie-in to the web (despite it being letterpress printed). This R. Luke DuBois exhibit is a must-see at the Weisman Art Museum. A brilliant look into the minds of our nation’s presidents, it…