SxSW 2009 WaSP Annual Meeting

For years, WaSP’s role has been to evangelize web standards, but lately we’ve been preaching to the choir. Consequently, WaSP is shifting its focus to education and advocacy. Come find out what we’ve been doing this year and where we’re planning to go. You may even decide to join us on the ride.

Derek Featherstone Further Ahead, Aaron Gustafson Principal, Easy! Designs LLC, Glenda Sims Sr Systems Analyst, University of Texas at Austin, Stephanie Sullivan W3Conversions, Henny Swan Web Evangelist, Opera.

From: http://sxsw.com/interactive/news/videos_and_podcasts

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  1. SxSW 2009 WaSP Annual Meeting

    For years, WaSP’s role has been to evangelize web standards, but lately we’ve been preaching to the choir. Consequently, WaSP is shifting its focus to education and advocacy. Come find out what we’ve been doing this year and where we’re planning to go. You may even decide to join us on the ride.

    Derek Featherstone Further Ahead, Aaron Gustafson Principal, Easy! Designs LLC, Glenda Sims Sr Systems Analyst, University of Texas at Austin, Stephanie Sullivan W3Conversions, Henny Swan Web Evangelist, Opera.

    From: http://sxsw.com/interactive/news/videos_and_podcasts

    —Huffduffed by oli 4 years ago

  2. Don’t break the web: Why web standards matter and how to use them responsibly.—Rey Bango, Tyson Matanich (Build 2012)

    http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2012/3-136 The Web community has come a long way in pushing for solid cross-browser standards support and it’s incredibly important that as developers we focus on leveraging these standards in a responsible and practical way. In this talk, we’ll discuss and learn about the standards process, the best practices for identifying and embracing stable standards, and how to leverage standards responsibly to build websites that are cross-browser and available to broad audiences. We’ll also hear some great lessons from the team that built Microsoft.com about their efforts to embrace standards and responsive design in the redesign of Microsoft’s flagship website.

    —Huffduffed by AlanDalton 2 months ago

  3. Jeffrey Zeldman’s Awesome Internet Design Panel

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    —Huffduffed by procload 3 years ago