Web, Mobile, Responsive, Content | Notes from An Event Apart Seattle Day 1
IF YOU couldn’t be among us for An Event Apart Seattle 2012 Day 1 on Monday, 2 April 2012, these notes by the illustrious Luke Wroblewski will almost make you feel you were there:
Content First – Jeffrey Zeldman
In his opening keynote at An Event Apart in Seattle, WA 2012 Jeffrey Zeldman talked about the need to keep content front and center in websites and the web design process.
Big Type Little Type – Jon Tan
In his Big Type, Little Type talk at An Event Apart in Seattle, WA 2012 Jon Tan talked about important considerations for font setting and selection on the web.
Silo-Busting with Scenarios – Kim Goodwin
In her Silo-Busting with Scenarios talk at An Event Apart in Seattle, WA 2012 Kim Goodwin described the value of using scenarios as a design tool and walked through an example of how to do so.
Five Dangerous Ideas = Scott Berkun
In his Five Dangerous Ideas talk at An Event Apart in Seattle, WA 2012 Scott Berkun outlined truths about how the world works that creatives don’t like to talk about.
Adaptive Web Content – Karen McGrane
In her presentation at An Event Apart in Seattle WA 2012 Karen McGrane discussed the need for structured content on the web.
Rolling Up Our Responsive Sleeves – Ethan Marcotte
In his Rolling Up Our Responsive Sleeves talk at An Event Apart in Seattle, WA 2012 Ethan Marcotte walked through ways to tackle thorny issues in responsive design layouts, media, advertising, and more.
Watch http://www.lukew.com/ff?tag=aeaseattle2012 for notes on Day II, beginning momentarily.
AEA swag thermos (part of the complete 2012 swag set) illustrated by the magnificent Kevin Cornell for An Event Apart.