As our Stanford class on Facebook Apps draws to a close next week, we'll be demoing student apps & presenting some findings from class at two upcoming events in December:
Learning to Create Engaging Apps for Facebook: What Works & What Doesn't
Tue 12/11 @ Bay CHI, Xerox Parc in Palo Alto
Ten Million in Ten Weeks: What Stanford Learned Building Facebook Apps
Wed 12/12 @ Stanford Campus, Arrillaga Alumni Center
The first event will take a detailed look at selected student apps & review methods of viral distribution, user engagement, and app metrics & measurement techniques. We'll also take a look at why some apps *didn't* work so well, and what we learned about how to improve them. BJ & I will also have a few items to present along with the teaching team.
The second event will give each of the teams the opportunity to demo & present a venture-style "pitch" to a a review panel, or alternatively present an experiment analysis & app review that emphasizes either a focus viral distribution or user engagement.
If you're in the Stanford or Palo Alto area one of those two nights, please join us! (note: please register for the Stanford event using the link above; it's free.)