Excessive Enhancement - Are we taking proper care of the Web?

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Anonymous at 11:21 on 16 May 2013

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Anonymous at 11:21 on 16 May 2013

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Anonymous at 11:21 on 16 May 2013

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Anonymous at 11:22 on 16 May 2013

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Anonymous at 11:22 on 16 May 2013

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Anonymous at 14:28 on 16 May 2013

Good presentation about bad one-page websites, I would have appreciated also some good examples.

This talk was extremely well put together, and provided an amusing look at some of the worst performing websites on the web. Even if we aren't in that group, it always pays to be a little more conscious of how much cruft we are adding to our sites just because we can.

Great talk, and Phil was really helpful in answering a question I had after he finished.

Would have loved to see more positive examples, but still very interesting content and excellent delivery.

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Anonymous at 22:58 on 16 May 2013

great slides

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Anonymous at 09:52 on 17 May 2013

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Anonymous at 12:42 on 17 May 2013

+1 on the positive examples, might have helped seeing the big picture a bit clearer.

Thanks for all the ratings and feedback. It is much appreciated.

A few people have mentioned that more positive examples would have been useful. You're quite right! In restructuring the talk it lost some of the examples I should have shown.

I'll be sure to add more examples and detailed examinations of good practices as counterpoints to the other examples.

Useful feedback.

Entertaining, interesting, well presented. Great work with the prepared video in the keynote.

Very entertaiing and interesting Topic. Liked the Presentation and the Examples shown.

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Anonymous at 21:38 on 19 May 2013

This was a great talk. Well delivered. Entertaining. With good content.

But let's criticize ;)

The focus on huge (many connections, big bandwidth) websites was a bit too big for me. I am tempted to excessive enhance sites in a lot of other ways ;)

And maybe some more examples of the sites done right would have been nice.

All in all a good talk. I'm glad I got up that early in the morning.