WaPo’s Levi Chronister & NPR’s Danny DeBelius lead the web design & development workshop at SND STL
Our next announcement is for a turbo-charged, all-day pre-conference workshop on Web Design and Development featuring two leaders from NPR and The Washington Post. Space is limited and has already been selling so, bust a move and sign up for the Pre-Conference Web Design workshop here.
Pre-Conference Web Design & Development Workshop
Translate your design skills to the Web by understanding the essential building blocks. In this two-day course we’ll demystify the Web 2.0 toolbox and help you build a compelling, news-driven package from scratch. We will focus on HTML/CSS (the foundation of the Web) and integrating widgets from Google, Twitter, Flickr and more. Flash will be discussed, but the focus is on the other 90% of tools that foster online storytelling—and strategies for getting stuff done.
This course is a good fit for anyone at the beginner level (and print designers looking to transition, in particular), so no worries if they are new ideas. Intermediate users are also welcome—a spectrum of topics will be covered and we can work one-on-one with you.
Levi Chronister is web journalism nerd who also is a producer for the Interactivity team at the Washington Post. Previously he was managing editor of special projects for the Las Vegas Sun and journalism technology specialist at the Washington Post and Naples Daily News. He currently lives in Washington, D.C., but his heart resides in Lawrence, KS.
Danny DeBelius is the Senior User Experience Designer for NPR’s StateImpact project. He earned his journalism degree at the University of Colorado and has held online positions at the Las Vegas Sun and Rocky Mountain News before joining NPR.
- Are data visualization graphics more your style? Check out our pre-conference session in partnership with IRE.
- Are you a student with no money? Hit up the FREE student workshop.
- Just want to register for the main SND STL shindig? Mash this link now!