Cameron Adams — The future of web interfaces

A presentation given at Web Directions South, Sydney Australia, September 27 2007.

Session description

Ajax brought about a host of new possibilities in online interfaces, but where are we going next? Cameron Adams will look at the evolution of dynamic interfaces; interfaces that truly meet the needs of all their users. Through the careful use of Web Standards, client-​​side scripting, and server-​​side intelligence, it’s possible to create interfaces that shape, adapt to, and predict a user’s needs.

Cameron will also be examining how the emergence of browser-​​based technologies such as Canvas and SVG will change the way we think about interaction on the Web.

About Cameron Adams

http://​www​.themaninblue​.com/

Cameron Adams PortraitCameron Adams – The Man in Blue – melds a background in Computer Science with over eight years experience in graphic design to create a unique approach to interface design. Using the latest technologies, he likes to play in the intersection between design and code to produce innovative but usable sites and applications.

In addition to the projects he’s currently tinkering with, Cameron writes about the Internet – and design in general – on his well respected weblog, and has written several books ranging in topics from JavaScript, to CSS, and design.

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  1. SVG indeed. Find loads about it via the SVG link resource http://​svg​.startpagina​.nl

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