TRANSMISSION 2: 'Innovation online: Where next for the web?'
Wednesday, November 25, 2009 from 5:45 PM to 9:00 PM (GMT)
Manchester, United Kingdom
Dan Zambonini (Box UK)
Seb Lee-Delisle (Plug-in Media)
Patrick Lauke (Opera)
The second in the 'Transmissions' series explores how innovations in web tools, technologies and approaches are shaping the web and users' experience of it. We'll be looking at how we can harness these developments for creative innovation online.
Box UK’s Dan Zambonini will will be scanning the horizon for how the online landscape is shifting, laying out the foundations for the future of the web. Seb Lee-Delisle (Plug-in Media), will explore 3D Flash and Augmented Reality, and Patrick Lauke (Opera) will show how HTML 5 and CSS 3 are set to revolutionise the web experience.
In addition, the Madlab team will be providing live interactive demos of quirky technology to trigger some digital sparks over drinks and nibbles!
All-comers from across the digital industries are welcome - company leaders, coders, creatives, managers and freelancers alike.
PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW ADDRESS FOR THIS SESSION - CUBE, 113 — 115 Portland Street, Manchester, M1 6FB
Look out for future Transmissions, running in January, February & March
Transmissions is part of Digital Sparks, a programme of training and development produced by Northwest Vision and Media to support businesses and individuals working right across the digital production sector in the North West.
For further information on Digital Sparks, go online to:
This activity is funded by the Digital and Media Skills Programme, delivered by Northwest Vision and Media in partnership with Skillset, and supported by the North West Development Agency. The events are being delivered by The White Room.
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Wood Street's Creative Friends
‘Wood Street’s Creative Friends’ are a collective of people from Manchester’s creative, cultural & digital community with a range of skills, including marketing, digital media, film-making, and photography.
Recognising that the charity was set-up by local business people looking to make a difference on their doorstep, we’re proud to help Wood Street Mission by providing our creative services free-of-charge, in turn helping them to raise awareness of the fantastic work that they do.