Designing your Website
Guest Speakers - David Penfold and Conrad Taylor
British Computer Society Electronic Publishing Specialist Group
Thursday 11 March 2004
There are many aspects to consider when you design a website, quite apart from ensuring that it says what you want it to say. These include writing appropriately for the medium, accessibility and readability, design and the use of style sheets, the role of graphics and downloadable resources, and issues of usability and navigation.
David Penfold is a publishing consultant, project manager, editor and writer with over 30 years' experience in the publishing industry. He is also a Visiting Lecturer at the London College of Communication (formerly London College of Printing). Conrad Taylor is a designer for print and electronic media, who also writes and teaches about design and electronic publishing.
18.30 for 19.00
National Liberal Club, 1 Whitehall Place, London SW1
Nearest Underground - Embankment / Nearest Overground - Charing Cross
AICS members - £12.50 each plus VAT
Guests & Visitors - £17.50 plus VAT
price includes full finger buffet and wine
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Previous meetings in 2004
Getting to the Decision Makers
Previous meetings in 2003
Customer Relationship Management - Beyond the Hype | Service Level Agreements
Late Payment of Commercial Debt | Email Viruses
Handouts and/or speakers' notes are still availble for some of these meetings - please contact the Hon Secretary for more details.