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April Meeting :: Cajun in Flex with Gina Allen & Clay McGovern 3
Instructional Technology Specialists Gina Allen and Clay McGovern (also NOMMUG's co-manager) of Tulane's Innovative Learning Center will talk to us about one of their recent Flex projects: a education application to teach Cajun. They'll cover design/development challenges, project architecture and some AS3 code as well! Sure to be a great presentation!
Sponsored by The Center for Computational Science
Web Design Round Table Featuring David Martin
A roundtable discussion on current trends and problems in web design with special emphasis on the use of CSS (by popular demand!). David Martin of NOLAFlash.com will give us a short presentation then we'll have an open discussion, so bring your current projects, concerns and problems!
NOMMUG :: September Meeting :: Will Scott on Social Media 1
You asked for him, you got him! Back by popular demand! Will Scott of Search Influence will be back to speak to us about how you can use social media (i.e., Facebook, Twitter, etc) to promote your business and that of your clients.
Matt Toups from the local New Orleans chapter of the OpenStreetMap project will present.
OpenStreetMap (OSM) is an open source map of the world that is freely available online. You can contribute to the map by adding in your favorite places, as well as download the map data and create your own local map. There are over 150,000 OpenStreetMap participants worldwide.
Jason Saul is a research and production associate for American Routes (www.americanroutes.com) from American Public Media.
Jason will present on the technology behind American Routes the nationally syndicated radio program produced in New Orleans and hosted by Nick Spitzer.
NOMMUG :: January Meeting :: CSS Workshop with David Martin 1
David Martin of NOLAFlash.com on demand!
After last October's Web Design Roundtable with David, there was a lot of interest in having a more guided CSS workshop. You asked for it and David is back to deliver!
See you all Tuesday night to kick off the new year with NOMMUG. Lots of big things in the works! Come to see David's preso and hear what's in store for 2010!
Julie Becker's career in graphic design began over 25 years ago, as mechanical paste-up artist for an offset lithographer in New Orleans.
Julie's passion for computer animation started before that, when she won an Atari 400 computer in a McDonald's scratch-off contest, promptly purchased Mitchell Waite's now-classic Computer Graphics Primer and started teaching herself to program. A decade of art department jobs followed, eventually leading Julie to southern California. A freelance career providing title design and animation began in 1993 with the purchase of her first Mac (a Centris 650).
As can happen to folks raised in the south, family ties drew Julie back to the New Orleans area in 1999. From there, she continues to provide motion graphics, animation and design for corporate and commercial projects, contributing pre-production and scriptwriting as well as motion graphics on projects for Zeiss, Allergan Pharmaceuticals, Philips Ultrasound, St. Jude Medical, Taco Bell and KFC among many others. Current tools of the trade are a Mac Pro 2.8 GHz Quad Core running Adobe CS4 Production Suite, Apple's Final Cut Pro and two helpful dogs who can hear a FedEx truck at 2,000 yards.
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