Chris Love, web developer and president of web consulting company Love2Dev, will present the workshop Making the Progressive Web App Your Stakeholders Want at edUi 2018. We wanted to get to know him a little better, so we asked him a few questions.
edUi 2018 speakers and guest bloggers Shannon and Matt Leahy address some common misconceptions and provide some useful tips for those getting started in user testing.
edUi 2018 speaker and guest blogger Anne Gibson gives an overview of how accessibility tools can be useful to everyone, those with and without disabilities, and provides useful context for her session at edUi 2018, What Letter Are You? An Alphabet of Accessibility Issues.
edUi 2018 speaker and guest blogger Garrett Bingaman from Purdue University gives us an introduction to the benefits of user-generated content and how you can use it in higher ed. Don’t miss his session, Let your audience do the work: Capitalizing on user-generated content (for higher ed), at edUi 2018.
Amanda Costello, award-winning speaker and content strategist at University of Minnesota’s College of Education and Human Development, will present the workshop Better Stakeholder Wrangling at edUi 2018. We wanted to get to know her a little better, so we asked her a few questions.
Mark Dirks is the CEO and president of Beacon, edUi 2018 sponsor and full-service digital marketing agency for higher ed. In this guest post, Mark outlines seven ways to keep your website healthy post-launch to stay ahead of issues, maximize performance, and extend the life of your investment.
Jimmy Chandler, UX designer and researcher and instructor at New York Code + Design Academy, will present the workshop Design Sprints for Learning at edUi 2018. We wanted to get to know him a little better, so we asked him a few questions.
edUi 2018 speaker and guest blogger Vera Rhoads discusses some current use cases for chatbots as an emerging method to deliver accurate and consistent information and the potential for chatbot use in higher ed to benefit the student experience.
In honor of the tenth edUi conference this year, NewCity President David Poteet reflects on how our industry has changed, what difference we’ve made over the last decade, and how we can continue to grow in the next 10 years.
As we prepare to celebrate the 10th annual edUi conference this October, we’d love to hear about your edUi experiences, memories, and lessons learned. We’re not 100% sure exactly what we’ll do with these, but you should assume that they’ll be made publ …