Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean script kiddies aren’t hacking your site to send spam for a Romanian Viagra merchant.
We make and build things for the web to bring order to chaos (it can be said). So, what steps can we take, as visual designers, to “ease up” in our quest for pixel perfection? Come see some ways to gracefully transfer your perfected Photoshop mockups to the Web. In the end, you’ll still be friends with your developer!
Come listen to some of the cool stuff people have been working on. We have 5 presenters this month talking about some recent projects they have been working on. Each presenter will have 5-10 minutes to show off his/her stuff.
Our presenters this month are:
Mark Casias - ioby.org
Michael Herrick - Cascading Data Model
Karen Arnold - Wordpress
Aaron Estrada - Python prototyping
Eric Whitmore - Community Events
Incorporating interactive, dynamic maps into web sites has never been easier. This has led in partto an explosion of location based and web mapping services. In fact, today’s culture may be the most map aware we’ve ever seen, and people expect tools that allow them to find things in the world. In light of this, Kurt Menke will cover the two leading API’s used in web mapping today: Google Maps and OpenLayers.