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More often than not, the mobile experience for a web application or site is designed and built after the PC version is complete. This talk outlines the key reasons this approach needs to be reversed. Now.
by Stephen Hay
With increasing interest in mobile, “responsive design” is a hot topic. Ethan Marcotte's article for A List Apart started an avalanche of discussion about the use of media queries in taking adaptive layout to the next level. The discussion exposed some misunderstanding among designers and developers about the importance of media queries and ultimately the meaning of design. Find out which design questions need to be answered before creating truly responsive designs and which tools are currently available to develop them.
by Brian Alvey
When Brian Alvey and his team set out to build another enterprise-grade content management platform, they expected the focus would be on traditional websites like Crowd Fusion's first customer, TMZ. However, breakthroughs in both mobile technology and cloud computing have resulted in Crowd Fusion powering mobile apps like Best Buy's Tecca and News Corp's ground-breaking tablet-only news publication, The Daily.
Brian will share behind-the-scenes stories about publishing for mobile apps in the cloud and show how you can capitalize on convergence.
by Ben Combee
by David Kaneda
A discussion of the elements of touch primitives, gestures and semantics, laying a foundation for the broader language of touch interactions that drive the emerging class of portable devices. Including a discussion and assessment of the W3C's Touch Events Specification development.
11th–12th April 2011