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LADOTNET February Event: Spice Up Your HTML5 Applications UI with Paul Sheriff

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Details

Paul Sheriff has been rescheduled for our February event!

Summary:

Most programmers are not artists; but you don't need to be in order for your HTML5 applications to look professional. Just a few little touches such as the use of appropriate styles, color gradients, pictures, animation and a few other UI design tips and your application will look great!

This seminar will present you with a collection of tips that will spice up your HTML5 applications in no time at all. The best thing is you can do all of these in Visual Studio; no need to learn an artist’s tool such as PhotoShop or Microsoft Expression Web. You will be shown how to create a library of re-usable styles, colors, gradients, color palettes, descriptive buttons and many other techniques that will take your applications from drab to fab! You will walk away with a set of styles and resources that you can put to use in your applications immediately!

About the Speaker:

Paul D. Sheriff is the President of PDSA, Inc. (www.pdsa.com), a Microsoft Partner in Southern California. Paul acts as the Microsoft Regional Director for Southern California assisting the local Microsoft offices with several of their events each year and being an evangelist for them. Paul has authored literally hundreds of books, webcasts, videos and articles on .NET, WPF, Silverlight,Windows Phone and SQL Server. Paul can be reached via email at PSheriff@pdsa.com. Check out Paul's new code generator 'Haystack' at www.CodeHaystack.com.

Location:

BLANKSPACES is located at 5405 Wilshire Blvd. The building is on the corner of Wilshire and Cloverdale. The main entrance is on the Cloverdale side.

Parking:

There is usually street parking available near BLANKSPACES, and also two public lots close by:
- On Cloverdale, south of Wilshire
- On Wilshire, east of Cloverdale

Donation:

There will be a $5.00 donation ($10 for recruiters) at the door to cover food and drinks.