Quotes and learnings from J. Boye Aarhus 11


J. Boye Aarhus 11: Web and Intranet conferenceThe level of digital activity was up across social networks and blogs at the J. Boye Aarhus 11 conference for web & intranet professionals. Here a few pointers to some of the early postings followed by top 10 conference tweets. The conference conversation continues and feel free to add your learnings below.

Conference summaries and learnings

Top 10 conference tweets

Here’s what we’ve identified as the top 10 tweets from this years conference:

By Benjamin Enzenberg, Danish Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries (quoting a slide from Jakob Bækkelund Nielsen, Kilroy)

Benjamin Enzenberg shares an inconvenient truth about CMS selection

By Claire Flanagan, CSC

Claire Flanagan on not aiming for perfection

By Henri Bergius, a free software web and CMS developer focusing on location-aware applications

Henri Bergius shares an important community insight

By Lars Bøgner, LEO Pharma

Lars Bøgner says digital strategy is deadBy Loïc Schulé, Liip

Loïc Schulé says that short is too longBy Martin White, Intranet Focus

Martin White on social intranetsBy Merete Sanderhoff, National Gallery of Denmark

Merete Sanderhoff on the language of strategyBy Michael Edson, Smithsonian Institution

Michael Edson shares a case on responsive design

By Michael Fienen, Pittsburgh State University in Kansas

Michael Fienen on organisational friction
By Sonja Keerl, SDL Tridion

Sonja Keerl on how to leverage the magic

If you noticed any worthy tweets or other take-aways, please let us know with a comment below!

One thought on “Quotes and learnings from J. Boye Aarhus 11”

  1. Thank you so much for the great conference experience! This was the first time I’ve been to J.Boye conference and I would have no hesitation in recommending it to my colleagues and friends. Presentations were insightful and inspirational, and there was a great deal more interaction and discussion going on than on any other web conference I’ve ever been to. The speakers and the audience seemed to mix well together, with no visible wall between these two groups, and this made networking easy, effective and enjoyable. I also very much appreciated the well-organised social events in the evening, and all the effort that went into introducing people to one another. Well done!

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