SPRING BREAK for NERDS
COMMUNITY& NETWORKING
What you should bepaying attention to nowand what’s coming next
63COUNTRIES
~ 20,000 ATTENDEES             (that’s 40% more than 2010)
2,500+ PANELS IN 2011 (that’s a lot of panels to choose from)
$113            millionin tourism dollars (2010)
BIG THEMES & IDEAS
The Mobile Hub
Influencers
The Past is the Future
In Web 1.0 we got data. In Web 2.0 we’re creating datathrough social networking, blogging, even implicit datasuch as locat...
ResponsiveWeb Design
How we should have beenbuilding websites all along
alistapart.com/articles/responsive-web-design+abookapart.com/products/responsive-web-design
Examples in the wild
about.com
elections.chicagotribune.com
earthhour.org
dolectures.com
Gamingthe System
WherePublishingis Headed
All other thingsbeing equal, I’llhire the designerthat can write.—Jim Coudal, Coudal Partners
LINKS & RESOURCESSXSW 2011                          Web Typographyhttp://2011.sxsw.com/panelpicker   http://typekit.com   ...
SXSW 2011 Trends Recap
SXSW 2011 Trends Recap
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An approximately hour long internal company recap of some of the major trends and ideas I observed or overheard during the 2011 SXSW conference in Austin, TX.

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SXSW 2011 Trends Recap

  1. 1. SPRING BREAK for NERDS
  2. 2. COMMUNITY& NETWORKING
  3. 3. What you should bepaying attention to nowand what’s coming next
  4. 4. 63COUNTRIES
  5. 5. ~ 20,000 ATTENDEES (that’s 40% more than 2010)
  6. 6. 2,500+ PANELS IN 2011 (that’s a lot of panels to choose from)
  7. 7. $113 millionin tourism dollars (2010)
  8. 8. BIG THEMES & IDEAS
  9. 9. The Mobile Hub
  10. 10. Influencers
  11. 11. The Past is the Future
  12. 12. In Web 1.0 we got data. In Web 2.0 we’re creating datathrough social networking, blogging, even implicit datasuch as location. The next big ideas will involve usingthe data generated by Web 2.0 apps.—Reid Hoffman, Co-Founder of LinkedIn
  13. 13. ResponsiveWeb Design
  14. 14. How we should have beenbuilding websites all along
  15. 15. alistapart.com/articles/responsive-web-design+abookapart.com/products/responsive-web-design
  16. 16. Examples in the wild
  17. 17. about.com
  18. 18. elections.chicagotribune.com
  19. 19. earthhour.org
  20. 20. dolectures.com
  21. 21. Gamingthe System
  22. 22. WherePublishingis Headed
  23. 23. All other thingsbeing equal, I’llhire the designerthat can write.—Jim Coudal, Coudal Partners
  24. 24. LINKS & RESOURCESSXSW 2011 Web Typographyhttp://2011.sxsw.com/panelpicker http://typekit.com http://fontdeck.com http://fontshop.comSocial, Community & Gaming http://webtypography.nethttp://twitter.com http://lostworldsfairs.comhttp://gowalla.com http://typedia.comhttp://foursquare.comhttp://linkedin.comPublishing Responsive Web Designhttp://instapaper.com http://alistapart.comhttp://readability.com http://abookapart.comhttp://zootool.com http://ethanmarcotte.comhttp://mobify.com http://adactio.comhttp://flipboard.comhttp://thedominoproject.com

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