Designing Web 2.0 Applications: Design strategies for next-generation Web applications

Venue: Residenza di Ripetta

Location: Rome, Italy

Event Date/Time: Apr 15, 2009 End Date/Time: Apr 17, 2009
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Description

The convergence of Windows and the Web is upon us. Google Maps, Gmail, Flickr and a variety of new Ajax and Rich Internet applications have begun to legitimize moving beyond HTML to deliver interactive applications that deliver the best of the Web and the best of the desktop application experience. We will show how these techniques are changing the way designers think about their application designs. You wil learn how Web 2.0 applications are using new interaction techniques to replace existing Client Server and windows applications without sacrificing user productivity. Plus, you’ll see the usability challenges introduced when these new interaction techniques are implemented.

Attendees will learn how to:

• Learn how Ajax and Web2.0 applications will transform Websites
• Design next generation applications to leverage Web Services
• Design rich, interactive navigation styles
• Develop effective Web 2.0 design Patterns
• Design interactive mapping applications
• Design fast, efficient transactional Web 2.0 applications
• Integrate RSS Feeds to enhance your content
• Leverage Data Warehouses with Web 2.0 designs



JAMES HOBART
He is an internationally recognized “User Interface Design” consultant based in California, USA. He specializes in the design and development of large-scale, high-volume Client/Server applications. He is an expert in GUI design for transaction processing systems and strategies for migration from character-based systems to GUI and Web-based technologies. Mr. Hobart has over 20 years of software development experience and over 10 years of GUI application design experience. Jim Hobart is President of Classic System Solutions Inc.

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