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d.construct, Designing The Complete User Experience

A presentation by Jeffrey Veen [Jeffrey Veen gets excited talking about his old job at wired.com] Jeff Veen’s presentation where to start? He’s a very charismatic and engaging speaker, and this was no exception. You can download his presentation slides … Continue reading

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d.construct, Understanding Folksonomy (Tagging That Works)

A presentation by Thomas Vander Wal Folksonomy is the result of personal, free tagging of pages and objects for one’s own retrieval. Tagging is done in a social environment (it’s shared and open to others) The act of tagging is … Continue reading

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d.construct, Accessible Web Applications In A Post Web 1.0 World

A presentation by Derek Featherstone [Derek waves his arms and steadfastly refeses to use the phrase “web 2.0”!] Derek is an accessibility expert who is trying to get the message across that, even in a web2.0 world, accessibility should still … Continue reading

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d.construct, Mash My Flex Up

A presentation by Aral Balkan Poor old Aral drew the short straw and was in the “graveyard shift” straight after lunch. I think he got us all on his side straight away by holding his hands up and coming clean: … Continue reading

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d.construct, The Joy of API

A presentation by Jeremy Keith of Clear:Left. Jeremy was very enthusiastic about the fun he’s had meddling with APIs. He started off by explaining little about REST. I thought, “oh, no, something else I don’t know about” but it turns … Continue reading

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