We had a long and very exciting day yesterday in Cologne. The 6th Design for Conversion was very well put together. The interesting and broad talks on the how and the why of persuasive design on the web gave enough ammunition to get our hands dirty in the real life case.
We met some nice people that we will definitely see again.
For now, we will leave you with some pictures below. Thanks all!
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Usabilla has been selected as a finalist for the Bully Awards, an award honoring the leading European technology, media, and telecommunications companies. We’ve been selected as finalist in the category of ‘White Bulls’ and are thrilled to get the opportunity to present Usabilla at the White Bull Summit event in Barcelona.
A total of sixty European companies were named as finalists for the 2010 Bully Award. The deserving finalists were selected from a pool of entries that included hundreds of nominated European TMT companies. The finalists fall into three categories:
• Yearlings: firms that seek or have received angel/seed rounds or equivalent
• Young Bulls: firms that seek or have received Series A financing
• Longhorns: post Series A firms
“The Bully Award finalists were selected first and foremost for values of excellence and innovation in the TMT sector,” stated Farley Duvall, Founder and Chairman of White Bull Summits. “Each firm has been recognized as a leader in its field, with a bright business proposition and meaningful market strategies, driven by a rich understanding of customer needs and technological solutions.”
Thirty winners (ten winners per category) will be announced live at the inaugural, invitation-only White Bull Summit 2010, Pathways to Exit event in Barcelona, September 20 – 22.
Today, tomorrow and friday I will be attending The Next Web Conference 2009 in Amsterdam. I’m looking forward to meet you at one of the many coffee breaks or party’s around Amsterdam. Feel free to send me a message (paul(a)usabilla_com or twitter.com/pveugen) if you’d like to meet up.
Get ready for the fourth edition of The Next Web
The Next Web 2009 is the fourth edition of the conference that began in 2006. 900+ Internet professionals gather for 3 days to enjoy Amsterdam, the conference and to do business.