Hi again...as we gear up for Lotusphere 2009 and abstracts are being reviewed, you still have the chance to vote on the sessions that you want to see in the Best Practices track. I'm very pleased that besides getting to submit an abstract with Mr. Duff, I also had the opportunity to submit another with my partner-in-crime from the last two Lotuspheres! Nathan Freeman and I really enjoyed presenting our user interface sessions to many of you and now we want to take it to a new level. Actually, our justification for submitting this session says it nicely:
"For the last two years, we have presented on the theory and practice of UI design in the Notes client, focused primarily on compatibility with previous Notes releases. This year, we want to take a more concrete approach. Instead of theory and demos, we want to take a deep dive on specific UI patterns, primarily from recent Web 2.0 designs. We want to show specific reusable patterns such a rating systems, live filtering and inline field validation feedback -- with both rich client and Xpages implementations."
As far as what we want to do, please check out the abstract on IdeaJam. If you like this idea, please vote to let the content guys know you'd enjoy having this session on the agenda. We hope to get to see you there!
and my session with Tom: