Category: Takeaways

Quick, quality, and possibly quirky, video take-aways

At the 12 September meetup Ruth Korver (Useful Media) spoke about videos to tell stories and for use on social media. Recently she and her colleague Vanessa have driven the 48 hours short films challenge. Downloads: Useful Media storytelling presentation (PDF

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unconference 2017 report

TAKEAWAYS: 13 collaborative session notes are linked from the unconference matrix

At Massey University 10th Feb 2017, there was a great buzz at the conference. We felt (and were told) it went very well, with great discussions, information exchange and networking, good feedback, and useful ideas for next time.

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Practicing accessibility meetup takeaways

Katherine Barcham and Meg Howie presenting at NetSquared Wellington

Katherine Barcham and Meg Howie of came along to help us understand common accessibility problems and shared practical ways to identify and fix them. Thanks to Dan Smith, Web Developer and Consultant for these great notes! Follow via @dtrt_nz About the presenters Katherine

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Putting the Secret SAUCE to work

At the August 2016 NetSquared Wellington meet-up Peter Kerr shared a technique to boost the impact of our written words. The Secret SAUCE method to crafting powerful messages offers a simple methodology to have more impact. It can be used

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Twitter Takeaway

Notes from NetSquared 12 July 2016: Twitter Thanks notetaker (she asked for anonymity…) 1. Lachlan McKenzie, NZ Resuscitation Council, @NZResusCouncil      Hashtags and List Way of grouping something into a conversation, can easily search these and save them. Always

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Delivering Value online takeaways

Bill Dashfield presenting at NetSquared Wellington

Our NetSquared Wellington meet-up on 14 June 2015 came in two parts: a framework for refining your organisation’s web presence from Bill Dashfield and a real-life example from Helen Brasting, from Film for Change Aotearoa. Delivering value online: The What?

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Getting stuff done online – presenter Helen Baxter

Notes by Margaret McLachlan:  Getting stuff done online was a practical, interactive session. Presenter Helen Baxter asked each member of the audience to outline their ‘pain points’ in their organisation. She said online tools could be used to address each of

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