WebVisions wrapped up a week ago and I’m still feeling it. I love this event every year. One, because it’s in Portland so attending it is easy. But really, two, because it attracts great topics and people to spend time with, exactly what you want in a conference. I will always have a soft spot for WebVisions because its founder Brad Smith took a chance on my weird topic History of the Button two years ago, which kicked off the blog, etc. So Brad, thanks for letting me talk again.
On the second day, I spoke on the Language of Interaction, a topic that I’ve been evolving over the last three presentations. As usual, I tweaked the presentation up until the final morning, but overall I believe it went well. Talked for an hour and questions for 15 minutes. Dang that’s a long time. When the audio podcast becomes available, I’ll splice it together with the slides.
You can view the slides after the jump.