WebVisions: Overcoming Chaos - Designing the Future Web WebVisions: Overcoming Chaos – Designing the Future Web

Friday, May 23rd, 2008

Jeffery Veen Second (and final keynote) …but first some props to the board… The Past First spoke at WebVisions 5 years ago in 2003. Worked at HotWIre 16 years ago. Then onto adaptive path for measure map. Bought by google where he worked on the great analytics. 3 weeks ago he split from Google…. Now […]

UAD8: Web Analytics: Shadows on the wall

Tuesday, October 16th, 2007

David Anderson, University of Buffalo He starts with a little back history and then jumps into showing an example of Webalizer. But his internet connection was not working. Current the program he uses is Mach 5 FastStats – it took them about 4hours to churn over a year of data. Plus it has some cool […]

TPR5: Adding Google Maps to Your College Website

Monday, October 15th, 2007

Paul Dempsey, Dickinson College He asks the crowd, “Who has good maps/directions to your campus”. No one in the audience raises a hand… Google maps was launched in Feb. 2005. API released in June 2005. The “terms of use” mean that the service is available to both non-profit and commercial sites. However, they do reserve […]