Cameron Moll is a designer, speaker, author, husband, and father living in the coastal town of Sarasota, Florida. He's the co-author of CSS Mastery, now in its second edition. His work or advice has been featured by Forrester Research, Communication Arts magazine, HOW magazine, Print magazine, National Public Radio (NPR), and many others.
Cameron is the founder of Authentic Jobs, a targeted destination for web and creative professionals, and the companies seeking to hire them. He's also the artist behind a unique series of letterpress type posters.
Amid all this craziness, somehow he still finds time to play ball with each of his four boys.
Daniel is currently the Director of Design at the early-stage startup Tiny Speck in San Francisco and a co-founder of silverorange. At silverorange, Daniel worked with a wide range of clients including Mozilla, Ning, Revision3, and Sloan. He was lured to San Francisco after Kevin Rose dangled the prospect of In 'N Out burgers and the opportunity to develop the user experience for the social news website Digg.
As Digg's creative director, Daniel helped the site grow from a niche technology news site into one of the leading media services on the web with a massive and passionate community. Daniel was also the designer and one of the co-founders of the social networking service Pownce, which was acquired by SixApart in 2008.
Kimberly Blessing is a a Web developer, standards evangelist, and technical leader. She has been building Web sites since 1994 and managing style guides and internal standards for large companies since 2000.
Currently the Senior Manager of Web Development at Comcast Interactive Media in Philadelphia, Kimberly has led Web Development teams and managed standards at both PayPal and America Online (AOL). She is a member of the Web Standards Project, a grass-roots organization that advocates standards-compliance and use to browser manufacturers and developers alike.
Responsive Design Workshop
Ethan is a well-known Web Designer / Developer who cares deeply about beautiful design, elegant code, and the intersection of the two. Hailing from Cambridge, Massachusetts, Ethan has enjoyed working with such clients as the Sundance Film Festival, New York Magazine, and the World Wide Web Consortium.
Ethan is currently working on the book Responsive Web Design (A Book Apart), and is a contributing author on Dan Cederholm's Handcrafted CSS (Peachpit), and the co-authour of Designing with Web Standards, 3rd Edition (Peachpit) with Jeffrey Zeldman. Ethan writes for A List Apart magazine, spends entirely too much time online, and would like to be an unstoppable robot ninja when he grows up. Beep.
As an author, educator and Web developer, Dave has been designing and developing Web sites since 1995, when he created his first commercial Web site—an online magazine for communication professionals. He’s been the Web master at the University of California, Berkeley and oversaw a complete CSS-based redesign of Macworld.com.
Advanced CSS3 Workshop
Greg Rewis is the Group Manager for Creative Solutions Evangelism at Adobe Systems. With over 20 years of computer industry experience, Greg spends in excess of 200 days of the year on the road, talking with customers, giving product demonstrations at trade shows and seminars, speaking at industry conferences, and leading specialized, advanced training sessions featuring Adobe’s Web Tools product line. Greg is the co-author of Mastering CSS with Dreamweaver published by New Riders.
When not on-the-road, Greg spends his time with his MacBook Pro on his lap, hanging out with his co-author and wife, Stephanie Sullivan, playing the guitar or killing his two sons in Call Of Duty on the Playstation 3.
Stephanie (Sullivan) Rewis
Stephanie Sullivan, founder and principal of W3Conversions, has been a web professional since 1999. A sought-after speaker, tech editor, corporate trainer, author, and coding guru, she's called on to solve especially perplexing problems for high-profile websites. Her true passion is creating impeccable markup and code behind the design, and teaching others how to do the same. Stephanie is available for in-house, customized corporate training.
Although she loves making websites fast-loading and lean, she loves beach volleyball even more. She tears herself away from the little people in her computer at least three times a week to get sandy or play Squash. Stephanie headquarters her business in the desert of Phoenix, AZ. Her hobby, if only she had time? Studying brain function. Her guilty pleasure? Eighties music.
User Research Workshop
Mark Trammell is a Design Researcher at Twitter and former User Experience Architect at Digg. His work on the Web spans more than a decade including coauthoring two books on Web standards and tenures with the United States Navy, the University of Florida, the Web Standards Project Educational Task Force, and PayPal. While leading a standards-based rebuilding of the University of Florida Web presence, he started an extensive user research program including tests throughout Florida and taught user-centered design. Mark now leads user research at Digg.
Emotional Interface Design Workshop
Aarron is the author of Building Findable Websites: Web Standards, SEO, and Beyond (New Riders, 2008) and the lead user experience designer for The Rocket Science Group, makers of MailChimp. Since 1999 he has been building websites professionally and he's taught interactive design courses at colleges including Temple University, The University of Georgia, and The Art Institute of Atlanta, one of the few colleges teaching web standards since 2002. He also enjoys sharing his ideas about education, findability, and design at conferences and organizations around the globe.
In 2007 he joined the The Web Standards Project, and now leads the development of the InterACT curriculum project, an open curriculum designed to bridge the gap between the Web industry and education.
Author of Microformats Made Simple (New Riders, 2009), Emily Lewis has been working as a web professional since 1998, dabbling in project management and programming until she realized her true loves (HTML and CSS) and became a web designer. She is an expert in web standards, semantic markup, microformats and CSS. Emily also specializes in usability and accessibility.
Emily is passionate about community building and knowledge sharing. She co-manages Webuquerque, the New Mexico Adobe User Group for web practitioners. She also speaks about standards, markup, CSS, accessibility and microformats for various groups, including the University of New Mexico, the New Mexico Technology Council and Interlab.
The founder of Heat Vision, a small new media publishing, design, and event company, Christopher is 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) as well as Co-Lead 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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