Supercomputing 2020 (aka SC20) is happening November 9 – 19. It was supposed to be in Atlanta, but it’s online for the obvious reason. Tony Foster and I were lamenting that we weren’t going to be able to attend. Then we decided to build our own adventure to experience the event online. So we’re getting […]
Interactive Online Events
Don’t Miss vLadies Nite at VMworld This Year!
For the past several years, I’ve hosted a vLadies Nite at VMworld – a night for ladies where we have dinner and enjoy each other’s company. Even though VMworld is virtual this year, and we won’t get the chance to be together enjoying wine at a fabulous restaurant, our event is still a go on […]
Read More… from Don’t Miss vLadies Nite at VMworld This Year!
How to Design Your Own Online Adventure!
I recorded a vBrownBag session for VMworld called Build Your Own Online Adventure. I wrote it specifically about attending online conferences (in particular attending VMworld), but I’m becoming increasingly aware that in order to come out on the other side of this pandemic in a better place than we went in, it is absolutely imperative […]
Tools for Interactive Online Events
What are the best tools for designing interactive online events? As I explained in my last post (Design Considerations in Designing Online Events), you can’t just lift and shift a face-to-face event to the digital world and expect interactive experiences to happen. You must deconstruct the face-to-face event and design an interactive online event. This […]
Design Principles for Interactive Online Events
Do you need to host interactive online events? This is a good time to revisit this concept. As the world faces a viral health epidemic, meeting face-to-face in large groups of people may not be feasible. The World Health Organization even provides guidance on planning large events. It may be in the interest of public […]
Read More… from Design Principles for Interactive Online Events