I get excited about my work. I enjoy working with the web and learning how to harness its power. Every day is an adventure. Every day I learn something new. And for three days in May I got to cram more theory, know-how and professional wisdom into my brain to see what sticks.
WebVisions is a three day (and night) web conference that is now in its 12th year. Whether you are just beginning working with the web, manage a team, developing content or have an interest in online marketing, WebVisions is the place to be.
WebVisions explores the future of the Web and mobile design, technology, user experience and business strategy. We’re changing the world, one byte at a time.
This year’s event took place at the Oregon Convention Center and was stellar to say the least. With keynotes from Baratunde Thurston from The Onion and Laura Fitton from HubSpot, it was hard to take notes during my uncontrollable fits of laughter. And by notes, I mean Tweets. Yes, I chose to forego the traditional pencil and paper and instead took my notes via Twitter.
It’s not right of me to put a label on the entire conference as I was only able to attend one quarter of the presentations. But, I would say that the presentations I did attend seemed to have the same overall theme – TRUST. The internet can be a scary place for a lot of consumers. Trust, in any business, is the key to happy customers.