…in no particular order, other than the order I’ve come across them.
If any attendees of the conference spot any of the other presentations, let me know and, with the author’s permission, I’ll get them on here.
Information Design Lab: Designing effective medicine information for senior citizens in Hong Kong
Although we didn’t get to see all of this presentation, it seemed to show an extremely thorough approach to a project: understanding the brief, observational research, concept development and thorough testing.
I have to admit to a moment of jealousy when the presenter, Brain Kwok, mentioned a timescale of ‘years’ for the project. If there are any academic institutions that want to give me years to do a project, I’m open to offers!
Caroline Jarrett: Buttons on forms and surveys: a look at some research 2012
In her usual detailed (and humorous) way, Caroline talked us through her 99% accurate theory for the best position for buttons on online forms.
David Farbey: We need to talk about… …Content Strategy
David’s presentation set about questioning the newness of Content Strategy as a discipline
Mark Barratt: Just enough content management
Designing a templated wiki which aims to make the process less scary and bafflilng.