21 Best Practices for Higher Ed Web Development

Are you dreading your upcoming web redesign, or so excited that you can't wait to start? Have you discussed it in a dozen committee meetings, or is it the red-headed stepchild, never mentioned? Are you suffering from too many good ideas or too many stakeholders?

In this rapidfire session we'll share 21 tips and tools for effectively designing, and building a website. User personas, sticky buckets, green machines, and many others. Tips on managing the design process, and photography no-nos.

But wait! There's more... we'll also save some time to hear from you about your toughest problems, so bring 'em with you.

This is a code-free session, open to anyone who has an interest in making better websites, guaranteed.

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Sep 13 2014 - 4:00pm-Sep 13 2014 - 4:50pm
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As co-founder of GravitySwitch.com Jason Mark has been at the forefront of digital marketing for over 20 years. Before working in digital marketing, Jason was involved in multiple artificial intelligence, and 3D computer animation projects. He’s given talks and taught classes at Yale, Harvard, UMass, MIT, Mt. Holyoke College, Hampshire College, and the Marlboro College Graduate Program, where he was part of the first ever program for internet strategy in the world. He’s had students commute to New England from as far away as California to take his classes, and also gives professional talks around the country for iPhone DevCon, Android DevCon, Joomla New England, Drupal Camps, Design4Drupal, and ADC/GDC, as well as corporate clients. He’s worked with Disney, Sega, Honda and many other name brands, and is a master at reaching students of all different levels.

JasonOnDesign is Jason's blog on... well web design and usability.