Published on Friday, October 12 2012
Just confirmed I’ll be speaking at WordCamp Providence, October 27th 2012.
My talk will be titled “Truly Responsive Design“:
Not enough attention has been paid to how responsive sites and applications should be designed to take into account the needs and contexts of users. In short, we’ve been designing sites that respond to the needs (and capabilities) of *browsers* and *devices* rather than the desires and contexts of users.
In this talk I’ll cover strategies and processes you can follow which help ensure your web applications are truly responsive to business goals and user needs, not just device capabilities.
Look forward to the first WordCamp in The Creative Capital
Published on Thursday, August 2 2012
Very excited to announce I’ll be giving the keynote talk at DrupalCampCT later this month (August 18th, 2012)!
I attended DrupalCampCT last year, but missed the deadline for submitting a talk. It will be held this year again in Luce Hall on the Yale campus in New Haven.
Last year’s keynote was John Zavocki, who was compelling and inspiring (and funny) and set a very high bar I hope I can live up to.
Hope to see you in New Haven in a few weeks.
Published on Sunday, July 15 2012
Slides from my WordCamp Boston 2012 talk on Why the @#!!@ isn’t WordPress a CMS:
Obviously it’ll be more useful once the video is posted, for those of you who weren’t there – I’ll add that as soon as it’s available.
Published on Tuesday, July 10 2012
Over the Fourth of July my wife and I finally pushed live her new WordPress-based portfolio site at www.jotyler.com.
Published on Monday, July 9 2012
This weekend Boston lives up to its reputation as a strong city for open source CMS activities, with both WordCamp Boston 2012 and Design for Drupal 4 in the same weekend.