Needless to say, it’s been a big week for the open web, with Facebook joining the OpenID Foundation and hosting an OpenID Design Workshop.
Above is the latest episode of theSocialWeb.tv called “An Open Discussion with Facebook”, filmed yesterday on location at Plaxo. John, Joseph and I talk about the week’s news with Dave Morin and Luke Shepard of Facebook, going into some detail about Facebook’s new emphasis on their open strategy.
OpenID Design Workshop
I also recorded a bunch of video from the OpenID Design Workshop (which John McCrea did a great job liveblogging):
OpenID Design Workshop Introductions
Luke Shepard and Dave Morin introduce the schedule for the day; individual attendee introductions.
Julie Zhou from Facebook presents on Facebook Connect
Julie presents the design thinking behind Facebook Connect. Slides.
Max Engel presents MySpace usability research
Max presents usability findings from research on connecting MySpace to other sites, like AOL. Slides.
Brian Ellin presents RPX and the history of OpenID interfaces
A look at the history of OpenID interfaces, with insights into what people type “into the box”. Slides.
Eric Sachs and Brian Kromrey present on federated login research/popup
Eric Sachs and Brian Kromrey talk about their work implementing OpenID and present the new popup flow. Slides.
Joseph Smarr presents on the hybrid OpenID/OAuth flow
Joseph presents the famous “92% Demo”. Slides.
Chris Messina presents on OpenID Contexts
I present on using OpenID in different contexts. Slides.
OpenID Provider Report Back
The results of the 2-hour OP breakout session.
OpenID Relying Party Report Back
The results of the 2-hour RP breakout session.
And there’s now video available from the conversation I had last week with Dave Morin on the inaugural episode of Jelly Talks:
Part 1: Facebook Connect & OpenID
Part 2: Facebook Connect & OpenID – A Community Effort
Part 3: Facebook Connect & OpenID – User Experience
One thought on “This week in video: Facebook and the OpenID Design Workshop”
As great as the information in the presentations are, I have to say that the UX Summit videos would only be half as good without the “Messina Smirk Track”(tm). 😉
Seriously, thanks for post all this (esp. with links to the slide decks).