Fundamentos Web 2006. 3-5 de Octubre, Oviedo-Asturias-España

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Programa

Los materiales utilizados para cada uno de los actos se enlazan en la columna correspondiente (Material) dentro de los horarios.

Martes, 3 de Octubre de 2006

Primera jornada
Hora Actividad Ponente Material
08:30 Registro
09:45 Inauguración D. Luis Iturrioz Viñuela (Viceconsejero de Presupuestos y Administración Pública, Gobierno del Principado de Asturias) Monitor - RM Sonido
10:00
Practical and Cultural Issues in Designing International Websites
  • If you are a designer, developer or author working on a website that may be translated or adapted for users in other countries or languages, you need to ensure that you don't build in substantial barriers to localization. If you think that the translation vendor or localization team can take care of things for you when the time comes, you really need to hear this talk. We will use examples to examine some of the things that must be designed into the site, rather than treated as an afterthought, if it is to be successfully deployed in more than one language or country.
Richard Ishida Monitor - RM Sonido Diapositiva
10:45 Descanso
11:00
Accessibility in Rich Internet Applications: Findings & Implications
  • This presentation looks at the research and best practices of rich internet application accessibility. As interest in Rich Internet Application development grows, so too does interest in RIA accessibility. Despite the growing number of tutorials, blog posts and presentations on the topic, little is known in terms of standards, AT interoperability or usability. Many have made thoughtful inferences based on work relevant to HTML based or desktop application development. Research in these areas should inform the practice of RIA development, but gaps remain.
    Looking at the available research and best practice, this presentation will look at recommendations for accessibility in Rich Internet Applications, as well as raise questions for further study. Real world examples and demonstrations will be shown.
Bob Regan Monitor - RM Sonido Diapositiva
11:45 Café
12:30
Eames, Bach, Michelangelo, and the DOM
  • Modern web design is built on layers of technologies and ideas, that build on, and rely on, each other. In this talk, Ben will show how standards based design is based on a complete intellectual framework of great beauty - and how understanding that framework will help you create better work, faster.
Ben Hammersley Monitor - RM Sonido Diapositiva
13:15 Descanso
13:30
Strategic CSS Project Management
  • Who's in charge: you or your Cascading Style Sheets? Authoring a simple CSS file for a static page is easy enough, but the story gets complicated when you're talking about multiple pages and varying layouts across an ever-changing site driven by a content-management system.
  • Factor in the management of browsers and their quirks — and teams of people and their quirks — and it becomes obvious that a sound project-management strategy is necessary to make the most of your code.
  • Learn how to gracefully deal with legacy browser issues, handle layout and file management demands, and manage team coordination when building Web sites with CSS.
Dave Shea Monitor - RM Sonido Diapositiva
14:15 Comida (Por cuenta propia)
16:15
Mobile Completes the Web: A Call to Action
  • Real Customer Insight: Vodafone and other customer-insight about how people are really using the Web on mobile phones. Real statistics of usage.
  • Numbers: statistics from various sources that show the increasing importance of mobile browsing. How browsing-capable mobile phones are eclipsing PCs/Notebooks and the special importance of this trend in the developing world. The mobile-only Web users are already here and their numbers are growing.
  • Market Trends: open-source software (such as Nokia Series 60 browser / Safari).
  • Social software: how social software like photo-sharing services extend onto mobile phones. The social/personal nature of these devices lend themselves to social software applications.
  • Challenges: the mobile user experience, the constraints of the mobile device, the challenge that the AJAX approach poses.
  • Industry action: What's happening in the industry to promote the Mobile Web and develop solutions to some of the challenges (including Mobile Web Initiative and enumerating the work of the Mobile Web Best Practices working group on MWBP, MobileOK and Techniques.
  • Finish up with a call for awareness: Web application developers need to be aware of when a Mobile browser is hitting their service and provide an appropriate interface. Treat mobile browsers as first class citizens and you will open up to a whole new market.
Daniel Appelquist Monitor - RM Sonido Diapositiva
17:00 Descanso
17:15 - 19:15 Coloquio: El impacto social de la Web
(Incluirá entrevista on-line a Vinton Cerf)
Modera: Gumersindo Lafuente
Participan: Enrique Dans, Ben Hammersley, Bernardo Hernández, y Juan Varela
Monitor - RM Sonido

Miércoles, 4 de Octubre de 2006

Segunda jornada
Hora Actividad Ponente Material
10:00 Rich Web Applications Dean Jackson Monitor - RM Sonido
10:45 Descanso
11:00
Coping with the New Web on the Server Side
  • How is the new push towards rich user experiences affecting server-side developers? When standards compliance and accessibility are among your requirements, server-side considerations include separating out your presentation logic, using GET and POST requests correctly, keeping your JavaScript code in sync with server-side fallback logic and rethinking the basics like character encodings and security against cross-site scripting (especially in PHP!).
Kevin Yank Monitor - RM Sonido Diapositiva
11:45 Café
12:30
Feeding your Creativity without Compromising User Needs
  • The role of the creative designer working on the web is changing faster than ever before. There are fresh challenges faced by designers who need to balance their own creative needs with the needs of their users. Andy will discuss how better to understand the creative designers' role among the growing spectrum of web specialties including: usability, information architecture, interface design and accessibility.
Andy Clarke Monitor - RM Sonido
13:15 Descanso
13:30
The True Value of Microformats
  • There's a lot of hype surrounding Microformats. But what do hCard, hReview, hCalendar, XFN, and other microformats really mean for your site code today? In this session, Molly will provide an overview of how Microformats are being used in real-world scenarios to enhance search, improve portability and encourage the semantic web.
Molly E. Holzschlag Monitor - RM Sonido Diapositiva
14:15 Comida (Por cuenta propia)
16:15 IE: 7 and Beyond Chris Wilson Monitor - RM Sonido Diapositiva
17:00 Descanso
17:15 - 19:15 Coloquio: El presente de la Web y más allá Modera: Luís Villa
Participan: Varios de los ponentes
Monitor - RM Sonido

Jueves, 5 de Octubre de 2006

Taller: "Designing for Web 2.0" por Molly E. Holzschlag y Andy Clarke
Hora Actividad Material
10:00 Taller (sesión 1)
11:30 Café
12:00 Taller (sesión 2)
14:00 Comida
15:30 17:30 Taller (sesión 3)

Synopsis

There's a lot of buzz about Web 2.0, but it's difficult to get beyond the hype and to the heart of practicalities for the working Web designer, developer and manager. In this full day workshop, Andy Clarke and Molly E. Holzschlag will help you get a clearer idea of what Web 2.0 really means for you, your company and your clients. Markup, Semantics, Microformats, JavaScript and Ajax.

Clearly it would be impossible to teach all of these topics in a day! But one truth is clear: Designers, developers and managers need a roadmap to help sort out what's hype and what's reality. 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.
Topics include:

  • The real meaning of semantics
  • Envisioning backward compatible and future-proof site design
  • Best practices in HTML and XHTML
  • Using CSS to manage sites from 10 to 10 million pages
  • Finding design inspiration in unusual places
  • What Microformats are and how they are helping to progress the Web
  • How JavaScript and Ajax are best used in client-side design
  • Bridging the gap between designers and developers

Nota: la inscripción para este taller está limitada a 80 personas se asignarán las plazas en riguroso orden de inscripción. Este taller se imparte sólamente en Inglés.

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