This year's @media conference has just been announced, and looks to be a great event. The topics this year include user-interface design, web standards, CSS, DOM scripting, and accessibility.
Author: Gez Lemon
Last year's @media event was definitely one of the highlights of my year. It was great to see so many leading experts in one place talking passionately about the Web, and spend time amongst like-minded people. Not only did I come away with great memories, I also left the event proud to call many people that I respect in this industry friends.
I'm delighted that this year I will be part of an accessibility panel discussing WCAG 2.0 with Andy Clarke, Patrick H. Lauke, and Ian Lloyd, all of whom I have the greatest respect for. I can't help feeling a bit intimidated, but I'm sure the panel will go down well with the delegates.
The keynote presentation this year will be delivered by Eric Meyer, followed by an impressive list of speakers over the two-day event (four days if you count the pre and post social parties). Last year's event sold out, so be sure to register early for this year's event. If you attended last year's event, you'll qualify for an early-bird discount if you register before the end of February.
@media 2006 takes place on the 15th and 16th of June, and I hope to see you there!
Category: Web Standards.