Too often, the politics, history, and culture of an organization get in the way of a project’s success. That’s why learning to manage your stakeholders is key to success. In this half-day Amanda Costello will draw from more than a decade’s worth of experience working with higher ed projects and egos big and small, to get you ready to roll with whatever stakeholders may throw at you.
This is a big year for us, and we want you to be a part of it! Share your experiences and expertise with your peers, and submit your proposals for the 10th edUi conference October 8-10, 2018, in Charlottesville, Va.
Jeremy Keith will deliver “Way of the Web” keynote at edUi 2018 in Charlottesville.
Mark Your Calendars October 8-10, 2018 Mark your calendars for edUi 2018! The tenth annual edUi conference will take place in Charlottesville, VA October 8-10, 2018. We’ll be marking this occasion with a conference that we hope will be better than all …
Guest blogger and edUi 2017 speaker Mike Shelton gives us an introduction to Design Sprints and how they can be the most important tool in your problem-solving arsenal.
Guest blogger Lori Kressin from the University of Virginia provides three ways you can increase your level of awareness, knowledge, and expertise in the field of digital accessibility.
Guest blogger and edUi 2017 speaker Dan Cotting introduces concepts around immersive media, virtual reality, and augmented reality, and discusses some of the UX and design factors to consider.
Guest blogger Jason Cranford Teague gives us a preview of his edUi 2017 talk that will explore the uncomfortable but vital topic of how ageism is an unspoken factor in hiring and advancement in the tech industry.
We are saddened and stand in utter disbelief about the events that have transpired over the weekend in Charlottesville. White supremacy and racism have no place in our community. We stand in opposition to intolerance, hatred, and bigotry of all forms. …
edUi’s hometown of Charlottesville, VA has recently been embroiled in a controversy over the moving of a Confederate statute and renaming of some local parks. It’s brought a lot of attention to what’s normally a pretty quiet college town nestled in the …