Making Your Killer Applications Killer

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    01-Nov-2014
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Gone are the days when our websites were primarily brochureware. Increasingly users expect a level of rich interaction previous reserved for the desktop. From course finders to contact address books, our websites are increasingly dominated by web applications.

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  • 1. making your killer applications... killer
  • 2. establish a business case overcome challenges inspire you
  • 3. more desktop like
  • 4. more social
  • 5. more personable
  • 6. more personable
  • 7. more personable
  • 8. compared with HE
  • 9. page orientated
  • 10. no interaction
  • 11. no personality Our architecture degree provides a robust foundation of the practical professional, intellectual, and creative skills needed for a successful career in architecture. The study and practice of architecture requires a broad and diverse knowledge base including arts, humanities, and the physical and social sciences, as well as creative and imaginative faculties. Central to the course is the process of design.
  • 12. a wasted opportunity to differentiate to improve ease of use to engage to improve service
  • 13. why is HE left for dead? status quo accessibility time and money experience
  • 14. status quo just do it! (side projects) proof of concepts A/B testing
  • 15. accessibility graded browser support HIJAX screen readers
  • 16. screen readers disagreement among community evolving screen readers message users
  • 17. killing costs do not reinvent the wheel use existing APIs use Javascript libraries use 3rd party websites
  • 18. an application mindset
  • 19. an application mindset
  • 20. an application mindset
  • 21. possibilities
  • 22. staff directory
  • 23. staff directory
  • 24. course nder
  • 25. course nder
  • 26. wizard driven
  • 27. engagement
  • 28. twitterbook
  • 29. rating/reviews
  • 30. virtual open days
  • 31. personality
  • 32. use a copywriter! overall editorial control writing style guide site persona
  • 33. the end? there is a business case the obstacles can be overcome we need to look beyond HE
  • 34. the end @boagworld http://boagworld.com http://headscape.co.uk/workshops/