So, for the first time ever (thanks to the prodding of my Viget colleagues) I got off my ass and submitted a presentation for SXSW 2009. Well, voting has begun, and if you think the idea is a good one, I’d appreciate your vote
One of the critical problems of modern social software is the inability to separate out the different social contexts in which we live. This presentation will review some of the design patterns being used to overcome this problem, and identify areas for future work.
As a designer who never went to a design school, I’m pretty excited to have helped come up with this panel:
The oddity of web professionals is that we come from every possible discipline and background. This panel will show those of us who got here without a design school degree what we missed. Get the some of the benefits of D-school training without the price tag.
Check out all the SXSW panel ideas from the cool people at Viget Labs!