Nov. Working Lunch: What You Must Know When Designing for the Web
If you ever design for the web, you will want to attend our November working lunch on Tuesday, November 16, from 11am to 1pm. Two nationally-respected web designers and developers, Nathan Smith and Andy Rutledge, will be guiding us through "What You Must Know When Designing for the Web." This presentation is specifically crafted for visual designers with topics like:
- Common mistakes designers make with web interfaces
- Designing for interaction
- Fonts on the web: the do's, the don'ts and the coming possibilities
- Planning and designing for various devices (desktop, mobile, touch, etc.)
Registration for this working lunch has closed.
Nathan Smith is user experience developer at Fellowship Tech and a nationally respected voice on front-end coding. He is the author of the 960 Grid System, a popular CSS framework (960.gs). He is co-author of jQuery Cookbook and has written for the Adobe Developer Center and .NET Magazine. Nathan is a frequent speaker at conferences like Design 4 Drupal at MIT and SXSW Interactive.
Andy Rutledge is co-owner and chief design strategist at Unit Interactive (unitinteractive.com) and is a designer, developer, cyclist, and composer. He is a contributor to some of the world's most popular design magazines including A List Apart, Smashing Magazine and .NET Magazine. Andy writes often on his own site, Design View (andyrutledge.com).
Attend the Working Lunch and Get Credit on a New Membership.
Who says, "There's no such thing as a free lunch"? If you register for the November Working Lunch as a non-member, you can receive a credit on new regular DSVC membership equal to the cost of the lunch. Register for the lunch now then attend our November 3rd general meeting and sign up as a new member. We will credit the cost of your working lunch to your membership. Contact Brandi Lafleur at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Date – Tuesday, November 16, 2010
- Time – 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
- Location – Clampitt Creative Center ()
- Members – $25 | Non-Members – $45