November 28th, 2012 by Adrian Parr
XOXO was an arts and technology festival held in Portland, Oregon, back in September 2012. The festival started out as a Kickstarter project by Andy Baio, and raised it’s goal of $175,511.
They have now posted videos of all the session online for free.
Some of the highlights include:
View the full list of videos on the XOXO Festival YouTube Channel.
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November 26th, 2012 by Adrian Parr
Recently I’ve really been enjoying this video series by Google Developers Live. It’s called Make Web Magic, and it is a series of interviews with talented HTML5 developers who have released great work (usually on the Chrome Experiments site). To date there are three interviews on there. The host is Paul Irish (someone who knows what they are talking about) and it is a great way to pick up tips and tricks used by the experts. Check out the videos …
Michael’s website: http://mudcu.be
Mark’s website: http://www.danks.org/mark/
Hakim’s website: http://hakim.se
November 9th, 2012 by Adrian Parr
October 17th, 2012 by Adrian Parr
Last month there was a conference held in Zurich, Switzerland at the Institute of Cartography and Geoinformation called The Graphical Web. It used to be called SVG Open, but this time the name change is to reflect the wider graphical web technologies (SVG, Canvas, CSS transitions, CSS transforms, tooling etc).
You can see what the schedule was here. One of my favourite speakers was there, Joshua Davis.
The main reason for this blog post is to highlight the fact that they recorded all the sessions and have put them online for free. There are some really interesting sessions here. Check them out below …
Here is a full list of the sessions …
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September 27th, 2011 by Adrian Parr
Adobe MAX 2011 starts next week (October 1st – 5th) in Los Angeles. If you are not going, don’t dispair, you can watch the keynotes online. Just make sure you register online beforehand. Do it now!
Day 1 – Creativity unleashed
Date: Monday, October 3, 2011
Time: 9:30 am – 11:30 am (5:30 pm – 7:30 pm London time)
Duration: 120 minutes
Description: Join Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch and guests to learn how Adobe is transforming the creative process across mobile devices, personal computers, and the cloud.
Day 2 – Creating the very best user experiences
Date: Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Time: 10 am – 11:30 am (6:00 pm – 7:30 pm London time)
Duration: 90 minutes
Description: Join us as we explore the best solutions for delivering highly expressive and usable experiences, both in the browser and as apps. We’ll look at a variety of technologies and products, highlighting current opportunities, and peering into the not-so-distant future.
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December 10th, 2009 by Adrian Parr
Decode: Digital Design Sensations
Victoria and Albert Museum
8 December 2009 – 11 April 2010
A new digital art exhibition is on at the V&A in London (in collaboration with onedotzero) called Decode. It is showcasing works from Daniel Brown, Karsten Schmidt (aka Toxi), Aaron Koblin, Golan Levin, Daniel Rozin, Jonathan Harris, Sep Kamvar, Simon Heijdens and Troika. If you are interested in digital art, interactivity, physical computing, installaions, flash, processing, openframeworks or circit bending then I suggest you check it out.
There is also an impressive list of events throughout the duration of the exhibition.
Visit the Decode microsite to find out more information
Timeout have 2-for-1 tickets
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October 8th, 2009 by Adrian Parr
Joseph Labrecque from the University of Denver has posted his session on Flash and Google Analytics that he presented at the FITC Unconference at Adobe MAX 2009. His example uses the gaforflash API which I hadn’t heard of before. It’s pretty interesting stuff and is definatley something that could be useful in the future. His presentation seems fairly clear to understand and thorough.
Check it out here
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