WebVisions is proud to announce our shiny, new mobile app, with the latest information on our schedule, sessions, speakers and presentation venues.
View the Schedule by day, speaker or favorite sessions. See a map of all of the presentation venues and click on a room for a list of sessions and activities. Keep up to date on breaking news with the WebVisions Twitter feed. And best of all, it’s free!
Click on your mobile phone operating system below to download our app:
» iPhone App
» Windows Mobile App
» Android App
The WebVisions mobile app is sponsored by Adobe, Webtrends and Crowd Compass
Did you attend WebVisions 2010? We’d love to hear about your experience and get some constructive feedback on how we can make the event better. Please take a moment and share your thoughts.
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Did you attend WebVisions 2009 (May 20-22 at the Oregon Convention Center)? If so, please take a moment to complete a brief survey that will help us make the next event even better.
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WebVisions is only nine days away and we have an outstanding lineup of visionary speakers who will explore the future of Web design, technology, user experience and business strategy. If you’ve already signed up, visit our schedule to select the sessions and panels you would like to attend.
For those who have not registered, you may sign up online until noon on Monday, May 19th…afterward, come on down to the Oregon Convention Center on Thursday, May 22nd or Friday May 23rd to register at the door.
Download the calendar .ics file of the WebVisions 2008 schedule to help you do some advance planning for the sessions that you want to attend.
Bevies & Good Times Galore!
After day one festivities at Webvisions winds down, we’re crankin’ it up!
Come join Bryght, Nitobi and Raincity Studios tonight from 8:30 on into the wee hours for drinks and grand times.
Make your way to the Rose and Raindrop at 532 S.E. Grand (10 Blocks South of the Convention Center).
BEERS ON US!
(For those of you who have not heard, this Nitobi company we speak of – it’s a Re-Branding! Those crazy cats at ebusinessapplications went balls-out and changed it all up – looks hot you guys, good on ya!)
Last year, attendees asked for more in-depth sessions that would allow speakers to dive into their area of expertise, so we added a series of workshops and expanded the event to two days. From the response to these changes, it looks like we hit the target — the workshops are filling up and may be sold out by June 30th.
So sign up soon if you’re gonna.
This year’s conference has been expanded to two days of sessions and panels…and, new for 2006, expert workshops. The schedule is divvied up into tracks along the following themes:
- User Centered Design (UCD)
- Emerging Trends
Now the question is: how to choose?