In this follow up to the TAI CHI HTML5 and CSS3 webinar last month, author and Web design specialist Christopher Schmitt will continue the discussion with a more in-depth look at CSS3--how it's being used to improve the design, layout, and functionality of modern Web sites. CSS3 allows for greater control and creativity in Web design. You'll walk away knowing more about using colors through RGBa and opacity, border images, text and box shadows, animations, transformations, and more.
Participation is free and open to all but you must Register
Tuesday, 26 April 2011
2:30-4:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (UTC 18:30-20:00).
Session will be run via WebEx, recommend IE or Firefox. Audio available either via phone or through your computer with headset/speakers.
OCLC Research and the OCLC Developer Network are pleased to jointly sponsor this tenth webinar in the OCLC Research Technical Advances for Innovation in Cultural Heritage Institutions (TAI CHI) Webinar Series developed to highlight specific innovative applications, often locally developed, that libraries, museums and archives may find effective in their own environments, as well as to teach technical staff new technologies and skills. Recordings of these webinars are made available on the OCLC Research Web site and in iTunes.
About Christopher Schmitt
Christopher Schmitt is the founder of Heat Vision, a small new media publishing and design firm, and an award-winning Web designer who has been working with the Web since 1993. As a sought-after speaker and trainer, Christopher regularly demonstrates the use and benefits of practical standards-based designs. He is co-lead of the Adobe Task Force for the Web Standards Project (WaSP) in addition to being a contributing member of its Education Task Force.
Author of numerous Web design and digital imaging books, including Adapting to Web Standards: CSS and Ajax for Big Sites and CSS Cookbook, Christopher has also written for New Architect Magazine, A List Apart, Digital Web and Web Reference.
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