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Archive: edUi 2015 Conference

November 9 - 11

Charlottesville, Virginia

edu-Why?

edUi 2015 is all about stimulating both the left and right of our minds. We're weaving lots of exciting "whole brain" activities into the entire conference for both your artistic and tech-geek side. Continue reading »

Call For Proposals is Closed

The 2015 call for proposals is closed. Many thanks to everyone who submitted a talk (or a mini-workshop, or expert panel, or public square discussion). We received about four proposals for every open slot. Now the hard work of winnowing those down begins. We’ll be in touch with applicants by … Continue reading »

A Change in Our Proposal Game

We're changing our proposal game! On April 6th we'll open up the edUi Call For (All Sorts of New and Awesome) Proposals and like everything else there are some changes this year. We're introducing some new session formats including mini-workshops, expert panels, and public discussions. Sound interesting? Read on. Continue reading »

First Workshop Announced

Henrik Joreteg will be delivering a three-hour workshop at edUi 2015: Human JavaScript – Building Simple but Powerful JavaScript Apps.

Great Design Isn’t About Being Lucky

Last year at edUi 2014 we spoke about how feedback can be better tailored to the product design process—but we still get questions like “Where do you get your ideas?” and “How are you so lucky to have such great clients?” Luck has nothing to do with it and our ideas don’t often come with pots of gold. But some solid steps can help make the design seem like magic. Continue reading »
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