Here’s one of my presentations for Computers in Libraries 2013 – great conference! I’m posting this one separately, since there’s some good stuff here. I poked around in Google, and condensed a lot of “web design predictions” posts into this handy list of 15 web design trends for 2013. Which ones are you thinking about?
Enjoy! I’ll post links to my other CIL 2013 presentations in another post.
Six speakers in 45 minutes! Here are some highlights…
MIT App Inventor and jQuery:
MIT App Inventor – a web-based Android app development tool. Store your code at the site, can test what you’re building by using the site. Has a designer that lets you add components, modules, etc.
Has an AppToMarket that uploads your app to the Android app stores (some registration and a small payment is required for that).
Next up: what’s a mobile framework? Gave an example of mobile design and redesign… they used jquerymobi
So I’m at Computers in Libraries 2012 in Washington DC – always a great conference! Make sure to check out presentations online, and follow the #cildc hashtag on twitter… Here’s a couple of notes from a session … more to come later!
I walked in late to this session, but what I heard was great.
Jeff Wisniewski was talking about mobile stuff, and said this:
mobile first is different than mobile-friendly! Then gave examples of how some people are redesigning websites with tablets and smartphone functionality in mind.
Next up – Cindy Hart, talking about augmented reality and library resources for enhanced digital storytelling…
they used http://tagwhat.com/ to help them create stories. Looks like a cool tool to check out!