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Webkit-powered smart phones like iPhone and Droid have come along at precisely the moment when HTML5, CSS3, and web fonts are ready for action; when standards-based web development is no longer relegated to the fringe; and when web designers, no longer content to merely decorate screens, are crafting provocative, multi-platform experiences powered by research, strategy, and years of social media know-how.
Jeffrey Zeldman, founder of the web standards movement, reviews the thinking and inventions that led to the modern web, and shows why we stand at the dawn of a newer, more mature web focused on ubiquitous interaction and powered by standards.
Webmasters everywhere are suffering from content ROT: redundant, outdated, and trivial content. And feature-choked CMSes. And nightmares about metadata. How can we possibly begin to scale this mountain of content problems? Kristina Halvorson has a few ideas, starting with the practice of content strategy. She'll share ideas, process, and a few starting points to get you started on your climb to content success.
14th–16th September 2011