IA and RIA - You Know More Than You Think You Do
Travelocity's Adam Polansky to Present at SYS-CON's AJAXWorld RIA Conference & Expo, Oct. 20-22, in San Jose, CA
By: RIA News Desk
Jul. 11, 2008 12:30 PM
For the last couple of years, there has been a lot of giddiness around the creation or Rich Internet Applications or RIAs. Their fluidity, animation and ability to present and manipulate large amounts of data makes them readily appealing to businesses that want to go beyond the linear processes that HTML web sites offer. They are becoming more common and the demand from clients is increasing.
What’s the buzz about? In this session Travelocity's Principal Information Architect will share his experience and some things he has learned about RIAs that validated much of what he already knew.
The session will discuss both process and dynamics. Polansky will look at how some things will stay the same and some things will be different. He’ll discuss some built-in advantages when it comes to planning and usability testing as well as give a few tips on things to help you work with designers and business owners. Attendees will also get a free Visio stencil with transition icons for key-frame models.
Speaker Bio: Adam Polansky is Principal Information Architect at Travelocity. He has served for over seven years in lead roles on development teams drawn from resources around the world for the most visible projects at various firms. He also has more than 21 years’ experience in media development, management and design in the web, print and advertising industries.
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