Speaking at MinneWebCon 2010
As a follow-up to my presentation at MinneWebCon, 2009, the University of Minnesota’s web conference, I’ll be giving a giving the next iteration of my engagement, "It’s the Little Things, Part 2: You’re Still Doing It Wrong". This year, I’ll dive in deeply to the most used, and arguably most important, interaction elements of the web: forms.
In this extension to "It’s the Little Things" from 2009, my presentation will focus on the most widely used interactive sets of elements and most frustrating user experience of the web: forms. By looking at the necessity of collecting data from web site visitors, we’ll look at worst and best practices, managing user assumptions, new ideas and future considerations, and how we can help our visitors finish painful forms without frustrating them to the point of giving up and bouncing from your site.
So come join me and other web design and development professionals from across the Upper Midwest for the University of Minnesota's third regional conference, MinneWebCon, about Web design and standards, content management and strategy, user experience, and social networking.