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by Jeff Robbins
The web is changing. The way we interact with the web is changing. We're already interacting with the web in very different ways than we did just 8 years ago. Mobile devices and internet-enabled televisions are just the beginning. The web of the future may barely resemble the web of today.
What might be on the horizon for web content interactions and consumption? How can we start planning for it now? How can we adjust our thinking and architecture to ensure that we're building future-ready sites today? What advantages does Drupal give us in creating these future-facing websites?
Jeff Robbins will take a look at the trajectory of web technology by looking at its past, current, and near-future technologies.
by Josh Clark
The mythical mobile user who's always distracted and in a rush doesn't always, or even usually, exist. Yet too often we design for that context, creating mobile apps and websites as lite versions of desktop counterparts. Instead, mobile apps should almost always do MORE than their desktop counterparts. "Tapworthy" author Josh Clark explains the difficult craft of designing simple interfaces for complex mobile apps, sharing techniques that will future-proof your mobile efforts and put you at the vanguard of the mobile web.
12th–14th October 2011