We’re always proud to make our conference sessions available to the widest possible audience, and so here they are. Whether it’s a session you missed or if you’re 10,000 miles from Australia, enjoy learning from the experts we brought together for Web Directions South.
We’re also pleased to announce that Andy Clarke has made the audio of his @media keynote, Hardboiled Web Design available–a great listen if you want to hear the thoughts behind his recently-released book.
And here’s the sessions from Web Directions South:
- Steve Souders – Even faster web sites
- Craig Mod – How digital affects books and publishing
- James Bridle – Wrangling Time: The Form and Future of the Book
- Matt Balara – Flogging design: best practices in online shop design
- Simon Pascal Klein – Setting standards-friendly web type
- Max Wheeler – Location, location, geolocation
- Grant Young – Creating platforms for social innovation
- Ben Schwarz – Building a better web with HTML5
- Myles Eftos – Building mobile web apps
- Divya Manian – Active web development
- Mark Nottingham – Browser Caching and You (A Love Story)
- Donna Spencer – Keeping your content alive from cradle to grave
- Knud Möller – rDFA everywhere
- Josh Williams – Where are we going?
- Paul Hagon – Enriching large data sets
- Tatham Oddie – Practicing web standards in the large
- Shane Morris – Interaction design school 101
- Juliette Melton – Running effective remote studies
- Michael(tm) Smith – HTML5 Report Card
- Dan Rubin – Creativity, design and interaction with HTML5 and CSS3
- Daniel Davis – Widgets: why should I care?
We hope you find these useful, and thank the speakers for making them available. Don’t forget to let your buddies know.