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#heweb10 - Managing Projects in Web Development

Daniel Frommelt (@Frommelt), University World Wide Web Coordinator from the University of Wisconsin, gave a sobering statistic in his presentation of Web Development Projects: people only retain 50% of what people say only an hour after a meeting. Two weeks later, they only remember 25%.

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#heweb10 - Content Strategy: Key to Effective Web Content

Rick Allen (@epublishmedia) began his session with the statement: “The moment you add content to a website, you become a publisher. Shouldn’t you act like one?”

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My top takeaways from #heweb10

Wow. Just wow. Another year, another epic HighEdWeb conference. This is truly becoming my “must attend” event of the year (and, yes kids, I place it at a much higher premium than things like South By Southwest or An Event Apart). The caliber of the presentations this year blew me away, and I’m kind of [...]

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Got Centerpiece? So Does Everyone Else.

Got Centerpiece? So Does Everyone Else.

Well, HighEdWeb has come and gone yet again. Year after year, I find it continues to be a worthwhile investment. In case you didn’t get a chance to drop in on my presentation this year, I was able to con a kind friend into holding a little Flip cam the whole time through my crazy [...]

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#heweb10 Photo Gallery of Poster Sessions

It’s hard choosing one of the five presentations that are going on at any one time at HighEdWeb.  It’s even harder when you have 26 poster sessions at a single time.  I tried to simplify that for myself and maybe it will help everyone else out too.

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#heweb10 - One Map to Rule Them All

#heweb10 – One Map to Rule Them All

For developers - maps are often overwhelming, very time consuming and under-appreciated. It doesn't have to be that way -- you can have a centralized map that is easily created and maintained.

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Kyle’s Google Analytics and SEO Presentations from HighEdWeb 2010 #heweb10

HighEdWeb 2010 has been an absolute blast as it is every year.  Instead of going into a detailed post I just wanted to post the updated versions of my two presentations.  For more information on each you can follow the links below for all the great blog articles and content related to each presentation.  (hint [...]

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#heweb10 - Evolution of Forms

#heweb10 – Evolution of Forms

TPR / 10:45am / Tuesday Alex Kingman, Purdue University Another great presentation from one of the guys from Purdue.  (Aside …last year was my first year at HighEdWeb — and I was the only one from my school;  the group from Purdue took me into their group and we hung out the entire conference. It [...]

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Don’t Make Me Tweet at #heweb10 – The Video

After last years Great Keynote Meltdown the HighEdWeb conference committee was very was in tough position to choose a keynote speaker for the 2010 conference.  They changed it up bringing back some of their best presentations from the past few years (thank you for choosing me to come back and represent with my Web Analytics [...]

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#heweb10 - HTML5 Design

#heweb10 – HTML5 Design

There are 90 elements in HTML4 … amazing how much we have been able to accomplish wish so few building blocks. As we have grown and new needs have arisen - we have tried to write semantic code, using proper elements - but we really need more options! Introducing ... HTML5!

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