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Responsible Web Design

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Location: 2014 Level: Novice

It’s not enough to be a strong visual designer these days- web design has increasingly become a more technical discipline. In this session, we’ll explore the current standards and best practices for web design, along with a sneak peek at how the upcoming release of Adobe Dreamweaver will address some of these growing concerns facing today’s web professionals.

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Scott Fegette

Adobe Systems Inc.

Scott Fegette is the Technical Product Manager for Dreamweaver at Adobe. Before joining the Dreamweaver team, he was both a Flash Video evangelist and an engineering manager on the Macromedia web team responsible for building the site infrastructure, services and architecture that delivers Adobe.com to this day.

Before joining Macromedia in 2000, Scott spent 6 years building his skills at web design and development from it’s very beginning as the director of online services for former Santa Barbara-based software developers MetaCreations- contributing both global site design and server-side framework code, and managing a team of 8 designers and developers to support the site.

Aside from speaking worldwide on web development and standards, video production and online communities, Scott’s also a professional musician and independent photographer/videographer in his off-hours.