A designer's job doesn’t stop after the interface loads, it’sonly just begun. Part of being a formidable interactive designer is understanding the medium you are designing for, recognizing its weaknesses, and pushing its strengths. Static design tools will not get you there. Modern designers need to design in time as well as space if they want to engage their visitors. Jason will help you understand how you can evolve your skills using new interactive prototyping tools, discuss techniques, and show you why the future of engagement is anything but static.
For World Usability Day 2014, Triangle UXPA is partnering with Triangle Interactive Marketing Association to bring Jason Cranford Teague to speak about this year's theme: engagement.
Jason brings a wealth of experience to the topic thanks to his experience as UX Lead at Gannett Digital, which oversees over 100 websites and media properties including USA Today. He has spoken at events such as SXSW and written books such as the CSS3 Visual Quickstart Guide and should make an outstanding speaker for TriUXPA's largest event of the year.
This year's event is made possible thanks to partnership with TIMA. In addition to admission for TriUXPA members, TIMA members will also be invited to this year's event.
Networking 6:00pm - 6:30pm
Dinner 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Talk 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Registration is limited to 72.
Jason (www.jasonspeaking.com) combines creative and technical skills to help people communicate online. He is a UX Lead at Gannett Digital currently leading the design of The USA TODAY Content Management System. He has worked with clients of all sizes, including Marriott International, AOL, Virgin, Bank of America, The Aspen Institute, The Solar Energy Industry Association, and The USDA. Jason has helped them develop strong online strategies that were quickly and effectively implemented.
As a long standing leader in the Web design community, Jason is well known for being able to explain complex technical concepts to non-technical audiences. He is the author most recently of CSS3 Visual Quickstart Guide (Peachpit, 6th edition 2012) and The NEW Web Typography (Coming Fall 2014 from Focal Press). Jason is also a highly sought after speaker, talking regularly at WebVisions, Voices That Matter, SXSW, edUI, and HOW.
Jason blogs regularly for GeekDad (www.geekdad.com) and Edutopia (www.edutopia.org).
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