Web Directions South was a jam packed couple of days with 28 presentations delivered by over 30 presenters. Not to mention the two days of workshops. We’ve put together this collection of resources to help you fill in the blanks, whether you were there or not.
We’re so grateful to our presenters for making this outstanding content available. Please respect their expertise and generosity by always attributing anything you refer to in these materials to the appropriate person.
Click the links below to find slides and speaker’s notes, and you can subscribe to the podcasts here to keep track as new ones come online.
- Jonathan Boutelle – AJAX or Flash: what’s right for you?
- Andy Clarke – Think like a mountain
- Stephen Cox – Making useful things no one knew they needed: building ethnography into the design process
- Brian Fling – Web 2.0 + Mobile 2.0 = ?
- Justin French – Pushing beyond design
- Lisa Herrod – Usability: more than skin deep
- George Oates – User experience in online communities
- Laurel Papworth – Social networks and mobiles
- Rashmi Sinha – The perils of popularity
- Cameron Adams – The future of web based interfaces
- John Allsopp – Trends and predictions in web technology
- Bert Bos – A new life for old standards – revisions to HTML, CSS and others
- Aaron Gustafson – Learning to love forms
- Adrian Holovaty – Being smart about your data
- Mark Mansour – RedBubble: Building a site for people with big imaginations
- Raul Vera – Mashups, web apps and APIs
- Chris Wilson – Moving the web forward
Management & Strategy
- Angela Beesley – Wikis and community collaboration
- Scott Berkun – The myths of innovation
- Scott Buchanan and Ben Maguire – Wig meets Web (2.0): harnessing the law to commercialise and protect your IP
- Mike Cannon-Brookes – Organisational wiki adoption
- Sebastian Chan – Social media and Government 2.0
- Scott Gledhill – Is SEO evil?
- Paul McCarthy – What’s under the hood? Which open source tools are fuelling today’s leading websites?
- Rob Manson and Alex Young – E is for everywhere: mobile content, services and commerce strategies in Australia
- Ben Winter-Giles – Managing agile projects in large organisations
- Mark Pesce – Mob rules