Speaking: WebVisions 2005
~ 13 May 2005 ~
Following up on my “hypothetical” inquiry about handheld web dev, here’s a related, not-so-hypothetical announcement:
Join Molly Holzschlag, Peter Merholz, BJ Fogg, and a host of others (including myself) on July 15 at WebVisions 2005 in Portland, Oregon. You’ll discover how convergence will affect how you plan, design, develop and create content for the devices that are defining entertainment, education, commerce and communities on (and off) the Web.
The description for my presentation, “Forward Thinking Design: Tips, Techniques, and Typography” is as follows:
“Designing Web sites that are usable, accessible and elegant has its challenges — but add digital products to the mix and it’s a whole, new ball game. Cameron will dig into the elements of forward thinking design and uncover the secrets of great design and typography for display on the Web and convergent devices.”
Give yourself kudos if you commented on Descanso recently — your feedback directly affected the presentation’s topic and focus.
Hope to see you in Portland.
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