An Event Apart Seattle
Greetings, web design fans. I’m in Seattle doing the final prep for three days of kick-ass design, code, and content. Starting Monday, April 5 and running through Wednesday, April 8, An Event Apart Seattle 2010 features 13 great speakers and 13 sessions, and has been sold out for over a month. A Day Apart, a special one-day learning experience on HTML5 and CSS3, follows the regular conference and is led by Jeremy Keith and Dan Cederholm.
The all-star cast includes …
- Nicole Sullivan on object-oriented CSS;
- Dan Cederholm on “the CSS3 Experience;”
- Luke Wroblewski on the three reasons web applications should be designed for mobile first;
- Aarron Walter on emotional interface design;
- Jared Spool on the five styles of design decisions;
- Microsoft’s Pete LePage asking your help to kill IE6 (yes, really);
… And that’s just the first day.
There are also two parties (sponsored by our good friends at Media Temple and MSNBC) and seven more great speakers with topics of interest to all standards-based web designers.
If you can’t be with us, follow the Twitter stream live on A Feed Apart.
- A Feed Apart live Twitter aggregator
- An Event Apart Seattle 2010 Flickr pool (watch this space)
- My AEA Seattle 2010 photo set
- An Event Apart 2010 Musical Playlist for your pleasure
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