The virtual seminar will begin promptly at 1:30 PM,
preceded by 15 minutes for socializing and networking. Come early to meet your fellow Triangle UXPA members and talk shop!
* You must be present at the host location to view this webinar.
When design feels inaccessible to developers, and when designers think development is for the development team, jQuery Mobile offers middle ground.
jQuery Mobile is a great solution for people with basic programing experience. In this seminar, Nate Schutta will show you how to use raw HTML and CSS to get a lot done without being an expert.
The Why of jQuery Mobile
- Broad browser support and usability
- HTML-based and flexible
The Accessibility of jQuery Mobile
- Structure with divs, data-roll, and a little CSS
- Style and convert with HTML attributes
The Value of jQuery Mobile
- Communicate your designs better
- Use themes and features to create accessible applications
Attend this seminar if you:
- Want to communicate a design idea with an easy-to-build prototype
- Want to know if an idea is workable without fiddling with programming
- Can open a tab in a text editor—because using jQuery Mobile is that simple
While paper is a great place to start, communicating in a browser uncovers new possibilities and showcases how a design will live. Join Nate to discover how jQuery Mobile can create a common language for designers, developers, clients, and users to realize a vision.
Nate Schutta is one of those people who makes everyone feel comfortable. He’s an exceptional coach who seems to provide such practical advice that it’s like he’s known us for our entire lives.
Well, you’ll see. (And it’ll be lovely, too, because he happens to be an authority on designing beautiful presentations.)
Nate’s expertise in prototyping comes from working with cross-functional teams. As a software architect, he focuses on making usable applications -- the ideal end-result of any project. He’s written two books on AJAX and Java, and he’s a fan-favorite at the talks and workshops he’s delivered around the world. Plus, he’s got an HTML5 Live Lesson that you can download.
In the evenings, he’s an adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota, where he talks about what he’s learned, the tools and methods he uses, and the benefits of dynamic languages. So if you’re reading to step into some mobile prototyping with a seasoned instructor, now’s your chance.
SAS Training Room
Building F, Room 202 *New room location*
200 SAS Campus Drive
Cary, NC 27513