conference archives

The Dexo UX design conference survey might help you get an idea of what that conference you plan on attending will be about. I can’t verify the accuracy of the data, but it looks like it has potential to be an interesting and potentially helpful resource.

posted by john on Thursday, Mar 19, 2009 · 0 comments

Wordle for last October’s General Conference, via Larry Richman. Nice job—love the font and color choices!

Clarification: Connor Boyack is actually the one who created this arrangement, using Wordle. See the comments for more info.

posted by ted on Tuesday, Nov 25, 2008 · 9 comments

Just found this: Design & Emotion Conference. Wow.I wish I could go.

posted by gilbert on Thursday, Sep 25, 2008 · 0 comments

Where several of us have been since Tuesday.
The Web App Summit was great! Can’t wait to share the things we learned…

posted by rick on Friday, Mar 28, 2008

Greg Storey, a friend of the program and of Airbag fame, is a member of this year’s SXSW advisory board, and is not going to this year’s conference. Neither are we, incidentally.

He does provide a nice list of tips for those who are still going, the best of which being #5: “No, you’re no more cool than the other dork standing next to you. They may call it an ‘Interactive’ conference but really it’s a large gathering of computer nerds.”

posted by jason on Friday, Feb 22, 2008

For Windows CE users, you can download the latest General Conference talks here. From my friend Joshua at

posted by gilbert on Monday, Oct 15, 2007

Today was the team’s first day back from South by Southwest. Many of them seem to have contracted something nasty on the road, and others are suffering a BBQ hangover. Maybe that explains why the only SXSW review forthcoming thus far is Rob Foster’s ‘Where’s the Beef’ critique on Crowd Control.

posted by ted on Thursday, Mar 15, 2007

“To innovate does not necessarily mean to expand; very often it means to simplify.”
Elder M. Russell Ballard – 176th Semiannual General Conference, Oct. 2006

posted by randy on Tuesday, Oct 03, 2006