Yep, I’ve got so much I want to write about that I’m going to put together a notes list for public consumption…since…you know…my blog is so well read and all. *cough*
I got so much good stuff at the poster sessions this year (great job @khackett!) that I can’t wait to dig into.
- QUAIL – PHP Accessibility Library: Looking forward to digging into the WordPress plugin for this. The demo looked amazing!
- <HTML Email> Coding like it’s 1999: It was nice to take a step back and be reminded of the little things that have such a huge impact
- Catalog 3.0: Liz MacDonald with CSU Monterey Bay presented on how they used Drupal to bring their catalog online. I’m thinking this can be ported to an Anthologize‘d WP install. Must.Fix.Catalog.Badness.
- Form Accessibility & Usability: This is one area I always feel I can improve. I currently use the Gravity Forms premium plugin for WordPress. I feel like I need to really review forms standards and determine if pressure needs to be applied to do better.
- Talk Documentation to Me: Nikki Massaro Kauffman always makes me feel so inadequate. She’s a support documentation wizard ninja pirate guru. Maybe someday…
- Campus Map Attack: The Carleton College guys have always got a rockin’ awesome project to present. My first year at #heweb10 they busted out Reason, this year it’s the campus map. My impression is that Carleton is a really magical place to work.
From the regular sessions I’ve fostered an overwhelming desire to dig much deeper into our Google Analytics data (thanks to Seth Meranda and Nick Denardis) and start to do a lot more with it. I’m also starting to seriously think about a better campus map implementation (thanks Chad Killingsworth). I feel like we’re finally at a spot where it makes sense to do something much better with that feature. I’m also thinking seriously about mobile web and how to serve that segment with our limited resources.
- I’m planning a blog post about the experience I had running a HighEdWeb regional conference this summer based on the questions I was getting in Cincinnati.
- I do have some notes I need to write up from the WordPress workshop
- I had the fantastic pleasure and honor of being asked to participate in the introduction video for Steve Krug. I can now squee about that publicly…and I will.