My talk from The AJAX Experience

Back in September 2008 I had the privilege of speaking at The AJAX Experience in Boston.  I talked about designing great forms and covered a lot of my own pet-peeves with forms on the web and shared some of the things I’ve learned along the way.

Today I got an email from a guy who found the video online and said he’d gotten some great stuff out of it. I had no idea a video even existed.  600 views and many months later I finally found out about it.  And in the spirit of better late than never, I’m posting it now.  The talk is about an hour long and covers a lot of my thoughts around form design, usability and creating experiences on the web that are actually fun!

One of the coolest parts for me was the amount of discussion this talk generated, both during the show and afterwards.  I had a great audience with lots of participation but I apologize for the parts you can’t hear since we didn’t have an audience mic set up.

And here are the slides:

As always, if you’re interested in having me speak at your event, let me know.

  • Hi Josh,
    This is great! Are the slides available anywhere?

    • Thanks man. I think I have still have them. I'll see if I can dig them up and email them to you.