Web 2.0 SF – O’Reilly Book Authors Meet and Greet 05/05/10

Yesterday I led a 3 hour workshop on Designing Social In – Using Patterns, Practices and Anti-Patterns to Create Meaningful Social Experiences – at Web 2.0 in San Francisco. Slides posted here.

Christian played assistant this time since he was prepping for a big talk today.

I think it went well (although you have to ask the participants) and we had a lot of great conversations and group engagement in the activities. The format of the room left a lot to be desired but we pressed on anyway.

We will be at the O’Reilly booth tomorrow for the booth crawl and the author’s Meet and Greet. If you want to ask questions about the book or have your book signed, come on down at 4:30.

See you there.

current: experience matters design :: senior level interaction design and systems strategy consulting former partner, tangible user experience; Yahoo! founder of the public and internal Yahoo! pattern library. design director of ued teams responsible for designing solutions across key yahoo! platforms: social media, personalization, membership and vertical search.