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Web SIG Cleveland

Web SIG Cleveland
WebSigCleveland.org (#WebSigCLE)



The WebSigCleveland.org is partnered jointly with the Cleveland Digital Publishing Users Group & the Greater Cleveland PC Users Group. WebSigCleveland.org provides monthly web development educational programs on the third Saturday of most months.

Email Notices: The SIG uses the Yahoo! Group websigcleveland (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/websigcleveland/) to send notices about the Web Development SIG. Sign up for the websigcleveland group to receive notices.

Website: You can use www.WebSigCleveland.org to come back to this web page. Please come back again for updates on meeting information. Please add the www.WebSigCleveland.org link to your website or blog, so that others can learn about us.

Location:
Notre Dame College, 4545 College Rd, South Euclid Check meeting announcement below for room details.

Leaders & Links:
Frank Mitch & Stuart Smith - Contact information & favorite websites

Cost: Free & open to all

Past Meetings: We are very proud that there has been an active web related SIG since the late 1990's.  Check out some of our history.

Upcoming events

    • 15 Nov 2014
    • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Room 30 (Lower Floor - Administration Building), Notre Dame College, 4545 College Road South Euclid, Ohio 44121-4293

    What Content Management Systems Hath Wrought--A Brief Look at the Revolution in Flexible Online Content

    With improvements in content management systems, web copy creators can now easily control the content on their website(s). Content has always been king, but since writers can now more easily place copy on their websites, they now have more responsibility to create high quality content.

    At our November 15th meeting, writer, editor, marketing consultant, and writing coach John Ettorre (@WorkinWithWords) will share with us how improvements in content management systems have led to changes in writing workflow. John specializes in developing compelling website content that helps organizations tell their stories online. Since 1996, he has played a central role in developing the message for well over 100 websites, large and small. During that time, he has written web copy for dozens of major brand names, including Travelocity, Wells Fargo, Goodyear, Citizens Bank, GOJO Industries, Sun Trust, Cleveland Clinic, Intercontinental Hotels, and Kay and Jared Jewelers.

    Meeting location map and directions.

    • 20 Dec 2014
    • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Room 30 (Lower Floor - Administration Building), Notre Dame College, 4545 College Road South Euclid, Ohio 44121-4293

    Daniel Young (@DanYoungDXY), Founder and Principal Partner of DXY Solutions, LLC (@DXYdoes), will present a case study on a web project for the Akron Public Schools (@AkronSchools). The project for the school system went beyond just a simple website redesign to encompass the development of an online community.

    Akron Public Schools' website wasn't working. It was impossible to navigate, tedious to manage, and it obscured the accomplishments and vibrancy of the district, its staff, and most importantly, its students. DXY Solutions took on the redesign project with a fresh approach. Meeting with parents, teachers, and administrators, they researched the needs of Akron Public Schools and what they hoped to achieve.

    The result is a site designed to foster conversation between the community and the district; one that allows for parents and students to communicate with their teachers and administrators in a safe, secure, and protected environment. Users are now empowered to create their own content and to start their own conversation. The overwhelming consensus is that the new site will serve as a catalyst in creating a stronger district with increased enrollment going forward.

    Daniel Young founded DXY Solutions in 2006. It is now a highly respected boutique firm with offices today in Berlin, Cleveland and Seattle. DXY is a creative technology agency, whose services include business analysis; interaction and product design; and web, mobile and embedded development. Supported by a team of 23 people, including analysts, designers, artists, engineers, and developers, DXY has enjoyed a 1200 percent average growth rate since 2006, winning a number of business and technology awards in the process.

    Meeting location map and directions.

Past events

18 Oct 2014 WebSigCleveland.org - Google Fusion Maps & Social Media Strategy
20 Sep 2014 WebSigCleveland.org - Getting Started With Git
16 Aug 2014 Web Development SIG - No Meeting
18 Jul 2014 WebSigCleveland.org - No Meeting So Everyone Can Attend Cleveland GiveCamp
21 Jun 2014 Web Development SIG - No Meeting
17 May 2014 WebSigCleveland.org - Integrating UX in Agile
19 Apr 2014 WebSigCleveland.org - Write the Right Words for the Internet – Words People Read®
15 Mar 2014 WebSigCleveland.org - Search Engine Optimization in 2014
15 Feb 2014 WebSigCleveland.org - Website Accessibility
18 Jan 2014 WebSigCleveland.org - Team Collaboration
21 Dec 2013 WebSigCleveland.org - Exploring Web 3.0
16 Nov 2013 WebSigCleveland.org - Developing Win8 Apps with HTML5
19 Oct 2013 WebSigCleveland.org - Introduction to HTML5 Part II
21 Sep 2013 WebSigCleveland.org - Intro to ExtJS and Sencha Touch
19 Jul 2013 WebSigCleveland.org - No Meeting So Everyone Can Attend Cleveland GiveCamp
15 Jun 2013 WebSigCleveland.org - Introduction to HTML5
18 May 2013 WebSigCleveland.org - HTML5 Video: Why & How
20 Apr 2013 Web SIG Cleveland - Photoshop Elements
16 Mar 2013 Web SIG Cleveland - Behind the Scenes at Cleveland Tech Events - Peeking at WordPress Management
16 Feb 2013 Web SIG Cleveland - Making Our Users Feel Great: The Psychology of Making Things Easy to Use
19 Jan 2013 Web SIG Cleveland - Rethinking SEO – Facts, Figures & Data
15 Dec 2012 Web SIG Cleveland - Free Graphic Resources
17 Nov 2012 Web SIG Cleveland - Current Developments in CSS
20 Oct 2012 Web SIG Cleveland - Bootstrap, from Twitter
15 Sep 2012 Web SIG Cleveland - Debugging Tools in Web Browsers
20 Jul 2012 Web SIG Cleveland - Attend Cleveland GiveCamp!
16 Jun 2012 Web SIG Cleveland - C A N C E L E D
19 May 2012 Web SIG Cleveland - Learning GIMP
21 Apr 2012 Web SIG Cleveland - C A N C E L E D
17 Mar 2012 Web SIG Cleveland - Javascript/Stylesheet UI Toolkits - Why, Which and How?
18 Feb 2012 Web SIG Cleveland - Website Performance
21 Jan 2012 Web SIG Cleveland - Responsive Web Design
17 Dec 2011 Web SIG Cleveland - Can you steal the action of thinking?
19 Nov 2011 Web SIG Cleveland - The Secret to Building Successful Websites by Marc A. Majers
15 Oct 2011 Web SIG Cleveland - WebMatrix
17 Sep 2011 Web SIG Cleveland - MVC for Web Designers and Developers
29 Jul 2011 Web SIG Cleveland - NOT MEETING so can attend: Cleveland GiveCamp
25 Jun 2011 Web SIG Cleveland - WordPress Course for GiveCamp Attendees
21 May 2011 Web SIG Cleveland - Usability Testing Basics: What's it All About?
16 Apr 2011 Web SIG Cleveland - Let's Talk About: getHIRED!
19 Mar 2011 Web SIG Cleveland - An Anatomy of a Web-based Application
19 Feb 2011 Web SIG Cleveland - Web Forms Made Super Easy!
15 Jan 2011 Web SIG Cleveland - Ustream: Webcasting for You
18 Dec 2010 Web SIG Cleveland - If It's for Free, It's for Me!
20 Nov 2010 Web Development SIG - WordPress
23 Oct 2010 Web Development SIG - Improving the Design of Your Sites
18 Sep 2010 Web Development SIG - Ultimate CSS Layout & Mega Menu
21 Aug 2010 Web Development SIG - No August Meeting
16 Jul 2010 Web Development SIG - ClevelandGiveCamp.org
19 Jun 2010 Web Development SIG - Ruby on Rails
15 May 2010 Web Development SIG - Three Ways to Get Your Web Development Project Back on Track
17 Apr 2010 Web Development SIG - HTML5/CSS3
20 Mar 2010 Web Development SIG - Presenting Panoramic Pictures
20 Feb 2010 Web Development SIG - jQuery: Practical magic for your web pages
16 Jan 2010 Web Development SIG - Google Chronicles
19 Dec 2009 Web Development SIG - Web Analytics
21 Nov 2009 Web Development SIG - Website Accessibility
17 Oct 2009 Web Development SIG - Color Theory for Website Design
19 Sep 2009 Web Development SIG - Google Chronicles
15 Aug 2009 Web Development SIG - No August Meeting
18 Jul 2009 Web Development SIG - No July Meeting
20 Jun 2009 Web Development SIG - Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Best Practices
16 May 2009 Web Development SIG - Website Usability & Consumer Experience
18 Apr 2009 Web Development SIG - Open Source Content Management Systems: Joomla! & Drupal
21 Mar 2009 Web Development SIG - Fireworks Interactive Prototypes
21 Feb 2009 Web Development SIG - Using Social Networking to Drive Traffic to Your Website
24 Jan 2009 Web Development SIG - MySQL Database
20 Dec 2008 Web Development SIG - .Net’s Membership and Role Providers
15 Nov 2008 Web Development SIG - Website Usability
27 Oct 2008 Web Development SIG - Software Freedom Day Cleveland
20 Sep 2008 Web Development SIG - Accessibility - The Right Thing to Do
16 Aug 2008 Web Development SIG - No Meeting
19 Jul 2008 Web Development SIG - No Meeting
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