Designing for Web 2.0: From Markup to Microformats, from Semantics to Ajax

Posted in Web Technologies, Conferences, Development, Graphics on November 27, 2006


Designing for Web 2.0: From Markup to Microformats, from Semantics to Ajax
When it comes to Web 2.0, designers and developers need a roadmap to help sort out what's hype and what's real. Andy and Molly will provide that map, guiding you with sensible advice and abundant resources to help you in the practicalities of designing and developing today's Web sites with these technologies. Learn the meaning of semantics and why semantics are so important to successful, backward-compatible and future-proof site design. See best practices in HTML and XHTML. Learn what microformats are and how they are helping the Web evolve. And see how JavaScript and Ajax are best used in client-side design.

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Tags: Web 2.0, Conferences, Technologies, AJAX, Javascript, Design