edUi 2017 analytics workshop announced – September 25-27, 2017

edUi conference

edUi is a conference for web professionals working at institutions of learning—colleges, universities, libraries, and museums.

2017 location

September 25-27
Charlottesville, VA at 3 venues on the scenic pedestrian mall in downtown

One half-day workshop is included with every edUi registration at no additional charge. Everyone who wants a workshop at edUi gets a workshop. When registration opens up in April you’ll have your pick of one of three fantastic, in-depth, hands-on workshops including the following.

Analytics workshop

At edUi 2017 Nick DeNardis will lead a half-day workshop on how to get the most out of your analytics.

Using web analytics, Google Tag Manager, and A/B Testing, you’ll learn how to optimize your digital channels to understand what’s working and what’s not. This comprehensive, hands-on workshop will cover the basics of creating and implementing an analytics and digital measurement strategy.

Call for proposals

The call for proposals is open now through March 22, 2017

  • Everyone who submits a proposal gets a 10% discount on their registration.
  • Accepted speakers will receive a complimentary registration.


Registration for edUi 2017 will open in April.

Ticket prices

  • Early Bird: $550
  • Standard: $675

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Announcing: EDU Snippits – Inspiring Higher Education Web Design


I am proud to announce my new site EDU Snippits. A Web site dedicated to collecting the best higher education design user interface elements.

What is EDU Snippits?

EDU Snippits is the place to collect and get inspired about design elements for higher education web sites. It’s not designed to rate the whole web site (that is what is for) but to rate snippits of the design that you find appealing or useful. It’s a place to gather by category the different design elements of Web pages.

The idea is simple, see something you like on a higher education web site, take a screen shot, cut it out and submit it. It can be anything from the wordmark, promotion button, navigation, forms or even how the content is laid out. The goal is to compare and inspire web designers, developers, writers and user experience experts.

Check it out