A Great Weekend at D4D Boston, MIT Stata Center

June 28, 2011

This weekend, we had the privilege of taking part in D4D Boston 2011--Drupal Design Camp as exhibitor and sponsor. I was also on board personally as an organizer & speaker(yes, it was a busy and fun weekend!) The team from OHO Interactive turned out in force on Saturday, with Ed, Barry, and Stacy there to field questions and help provide an OHO-sponsored lunch for 318+ Drupalists after an inspiring keynote from none other than Dries himself. Sunday brought a lively, informative keynote by Josh Porter of Hubspot (formerly of Performable) on how much testing should impact your creative decisions, and more sessions, including one by yours truly on measuring usability and their impact on conversion paths-slides to follow.

More photos at the D4D Boston official Flickr stream.

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