Designing (for) Interaction A Pragmatic Workshop on HTML5, CSS3, Typekit, and a Sprinkle of jQuery

A workshop with Dan Mall

Saturday June 4th, 2011, 9:30am to 4:30pm

Left Field Meeting Space, 116 Federal Street, Pittsburgh, PA‎

Full information and registration at: http://refreshpittsburgh.org/workshops/

[From the website] Developments over the last few years have completely changed the way we build websites. For those too busy to read specs and approach it academically, we’ll spend a good portion of the day together, learning how to build a modern website in a practical, efficient way. If you can already hack your way through HTML and CSS, this workshop will be perfect for taking those skills to the next level.We’ll cover new HTML5 tags and their semantics, learn a few new key CSS3 features, implement some non-standard fonts with and without Typekit, try out transitions and translations with with CSS and JavaScript (using jQuery), and pick up a few best practices along the way.At the end of the day, we’ll have built a fully functioning site you’ll wish you could put on your mantelpiece.

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