10 May 2010 6 am eastern

Episode 2: HTML5 For Designers

Zeldman, Dan Benjamin, and Jeremy Keith discuss HTML5 on The Big Web Show.

Now online for your listening and viewing pleasure: in Episode 2 of The Big Web Show, Dan and I chat with Jeremy Keith—designer, developer, content creator, agency co-founder, speaker extraordinaire, and author of HTML5 for Web Designers (A Book Apart, 2010). In this hour-long video podcast, we explore the goals, process, and inspiration behind the book, and discuss what HTML5 means for web creators and consumers—from semantics to strategy, accessibility to implementation.


Filed under: better-know-a-speaker, Big Web Show, Dan Benjamin, Design, development, HTML5, Interviews, Jeremy Keith, Zeldman

3 Responses to “Episode 2: HTML5 For Designers”

  1. Eric Meyer said on

    Ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together for Dan Benjamin on drums! Jeffrey Zeldman on vocals! And a big shout-out to big Jeremy Keith on banjo!

  2. Kurt Cruse said on

    Listening now, getting really excited for my copy of the book to arrive in the mail.

  3. Pasz said on

    @ Eric Jeremy Keith plays the bouzouki, you unsensitive clod! ;)

    I just ordered “HTML for web designers”. Keith’s “DOM Scripting” and “Bulletproof Ajax” were simply fantastic so ordering his new book was a no brainer!

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