Web/App Development & Management

Web/App Development & Management

This track will look at the increasing prominence of web applications as a tool for business. It will also look at how traditional web sites are evolving from information broadcast to interactive windows into business. Topics to be covered in this track are:

  • Skills Needed: Front side, User Interface and back-end, application programming, database management and other skills needed in today's web career.
  • Convergence: The integration of creative into practical  and results driven development.
  • Project Management: Skills needed to manage a web development project and how it effects and interfaces with many facets of a business.
  • Mobile Application: A look at how mobile is the new face of the web. 

Track details are subject to change without notice. Please check this page often for an updated schedule.

  • Kara Hansen, Karim Marucchi
  • The Walt Disney Company
  • Thursday, June 12 2014
  • 11:00 – 11:45 am
  • Room: 301

Project Management and account lead/relationship management roles as they relate to digital media projects

Representing the Business half of the Digital Media Agency within The Walt Disney Company and one of DMA's key vendors, this presentation will cover project management and account lead/relationship management roles as they relate to digital media projects, and the skills/talents that make someone suited to careers in these areas.

Track Presentation Files

  • John Giaconia, John Clarke and Matthew Wong
  • The Walt Disney Company
  • Thursday, June 12 2014
  • 12:00 – 12:45 pm
  • Room: 301

Working with modern content management systems, performance concepts, change management practices including working with "the cloud" !

Representing the Technical half of the Digital Media Agency within the Walt Disney Company, this presentation will cover working with modern content management systems, performance concepts, change management practices including working with "the cloud,"  and various user experience principles and processes.

Track Presentation Files

  • Larry Moore
  • Saddleback Coillege
  • Thursday, June 12 2014
  • 2:00 – 2:45 pm
  • Room: 314

How do you really write an App?

How do you really write an App?

App development is in that rare phase where a good idea can turn obscure students into an overnight millionaires. Yet few educators have any idea what it takes to build an Android or Apple app. This demonstration will take you from blank slate to a published Android app. All tools are freely available and all code will be written on the fly. No tricks… the real thing. It’s not intended to be a detailed coding class but an experience you can share with your students who may be interested in app development. A word of warning: If you have never created an app… it’s not what you think.

  • Herb Cohen
  • Golden West College
  • Thursday, June 12 2014
  • 3:00 – 3:45 pm
  • Room: 314

Overview of Xcode, the native platform for iOS development, and a similar overview of one or more development platforms for PhoneGap.

A brief demonstration and overview of Xcode, the native platform for iOS development, and a similar overview of one or more development platforms for PhoneGap. Then, a demo of how a  simple app could be constructed for each of the 2 development environments.

Track Presentation Files

  • Roopa Mathur and Adrienne Grace
  • Irvine Valley College
  • Thursday, June 12 2014
  • 4:00 – 4:45 pm
  • Room: 314

Mobile Website Development: Responsive Web Design using Dreamweaver CC

Internet users now browse on a wide variety of desktops, tablets, and mobile devices. There are several hundred devices out there, each with varying screen dimensions and many with both portrait and landscape viewing options. Since it’s not realistic to build individual sites for each device and orientation, one option that’s been gaining ground in the past several years is the idea of Responsive, or Adaptable, Design. This session will focus on using Dreamweaver Creative Cloud to create websites for mobile devices using Responsive Design.

Track Presentation Files

  • Warren Carter
  • Golden West College
  • Thursday, June 12 2014
  • 5:00 – 5:45 pm
  • Room: 314

Developing Industry/College Partnerships

This session provides  case studies and strategies on developing and maining relationship with industry partners. Including developing currculumn that reflects industry trends, student internships, mentoring and job shadowing.  Three case studies will be presented of sucessfull industry/college partnerships.

Track Presentation Files

  • Roopa Mathur
  • Irvine Valley College
  • Friday, June 13 2014
  • 10:00 - 10:45 am
  • Room: 313

Responsive Web Design using HTML5, CSS3, and a Text Editor

Mobile Website Development:

(Similar to the other session which shows Responsive Web Design using Dreamweaver, but this session uses HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript to create Mobile Websites).

Internet users now browse on a wide variety of desktops, tablets, and mobile devices. There are several hundred devices out there, each with varying screen dimensions and many with both portrait and landscape viewing options. Since it’s not realistic to build individual sites for each device and orientation, one option that’s been gaining ground in the past several years is the idea of Responsive, or Adaptable, Design

Track Presentation Files

  • Jim Babbage and Mike Riley
  • Adobe
  • Friday, June 13 2014
  • 11:00 – 11:45 am
  • Room: 314

Creativity and it’s impact on Teaching and Learning

  • The importance of Creativity in the Classroom
  • Using Adobe Muse to tell your story, create a project web site
  • Using Photoshop to jazz up a PowerPoint lecture
  • Using Illustrator to make your research data pop off the page or screen
  • Sean Glumace
  • Irvine Valley College
  • Friday, June 13 2014
  • 12:00 – 12:45 pm
  • Room: 314

How to build and design mobile and responsive web sites using WordPress

How to Develop a Mobile Website using WordPress

This presentation gives an overview on how to build and design mobile and responsive web sites using WordPress. Responsive ready themes, plugins and content will be discused and how to convert older WordPress sites that are not mobile ready.

 

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