I’ve recently started getting more into the idea of speaking about what I do and the ideas I have. I’m still working it out but enjoying it all the same. This page will build up a list of any sessions I do – mainly for myself to keep track of what I’ve done. If you’re interested in any of the topics I’ve talked about in the past or would like me to get involved in your event, please drop me a line.
Reactive Web Design (Future of Web Apps, London 2012)
Designing for Context: Reactive Web Design (Big SWIG 2012)
Breaking the Page (Web Developers Conference 2010)
The C Word (Web Developers Conference – October 2009 & BarCamp Manchester – November 2009)
Talking about how content is important but how we can apply contexts as part of workflow to lead to interesting discoveries about what we’re producing and perhaps push things forward.
We’re All Chemicals (SocialMediaCamp – October 2008 & Social Media Cafe – August 2009)
One of my favourite ideas to talk about is how perceiving the web as a collection of social objects can really change how we produce and engage with content on the web.
Every Site Has a Story (BarCampLeeds – May 2009)
More hastily prepared than I would’ve liked, I wanted to talk about some of the parallels between site structure and screen-writing and how finding inspiration from film structure or Choose Your Own Adventure books might lead us into non-hierarchical experiences.
The Good, The Bad & The Fugly (BarCampLiverpool – December 2008)
Spur of the moment session discussing music on the web and people’s experiences of music/band websites. Really great first experience hosting a discussion session and some great feedback from around the room.
The Evolution of the Social Web (BarCampBrighton3 – September 2008)
Unsure of what to expect from a BarCamp, I put something together bringing in ideas from some of my pet themes – social interactions on the web and how technologies are changing these.