Digital Signage Federation September 9 “Hangout” to Discuss “Tricks, Tips & Tools for HTML5 Content Creation”
Hangouts are 45-minute panel discussions using Google’s Hangout platform with a moderator and a panel of three or four industry professionals.
Warrenton, VA - The Digital Signage Federation (DSF), the only independent not-for-profit trade organization serving the digital signage industry invites DSF members and non-members alike, to attend its Wednesday, September 9th "Hangout" panel discussion at 2pm EDT, on the topic of "HTML5 Content Creation: Tips, Tricks & Tools."
Hangouts are 45-minute panel discussions using Google's Hangout platform with a moderator and a panel of three or four industry professionals. The September 9th 2pm EDT event will discuss various ways to streamline the content creation process using HTML5 for digital signage applications.
The panel comprised of Digital Signage professionals who are members of the DSF, will include:
* Ryan Cahoy, Managing Director, Rise Vision
* Jeremy Gavin, Head Content Chef, ScreenFeed
* Emerson Loustau, CTO, TransitScreen
* Jim Nista, CEO & Creative Director, Insteo
In addition to discussing implementation and technology strategies, the panel will address:
* What makes HTML5 so popular?
* Before networks deploy this technology, what do they need to know about HTML5?
* What is "Responsive" design?
* How does HTML5 bridge the gap between physical displays and handheld devices?
* For purposes of budgeting, how will HTML5 make a network more expensive to operate and maintain?
* How does HTML5 interface with Flash?
* How does HTML5 impact interactive design for touch screens?
There is still time to register to attend the August 26 DSF Hangout on "The Impact of 4K Technology on Digital Signage." More information on the August 26, September 9 or other DSF events can be found on the DSF website. Both DSF members and non-members may join these, or any of the DSF's scheduled Hangout conversations for free - but registration is required and can be accessed on the "Knowledge Resource Page" of the DSF website at http://digitalsignagefederation.org/knowledgeresources