ability to create interactive content with small file sizes has made it a popular choice for web developers for over a decade. But Apple's refusal to allow Flash on its smartphones and tablets has paved the way for a new player in the interactive field: HTML5
The HTML5 standard won't be fully formalized until 2014, but many web developers are already creating remarkable interactive content for HTML5-capable browsers.
We're bringing together a panel of experts in both Flash and HTML5 to talk about what's ahead - the good, the bad, and the ugly for Flash and HTML5 alike. As always, this panel is FREE and open to the public, but panels fill up, so register to make sure you have a seat!
, a consulting firm specializing in online community development and user experience and design. Since 2007, he has produced interactive web portals, including Java communities for Sun Microsystems. Lou teaches community management courses and speaks at conferences, including SxSW Interactive.
is a a multi-award winning animator and founder of Mighty Fudge Studios
. He's developed animation programming for Clear Channel Radio and
Premiere Radio Network, has created wildly successful Flash videos,
feature film title work, music videos, and animated shorts that have
gone viral on YouTubeBruce Clark
works as a senior front-end developer at Imulus
building interactive sites and web based applications. Over the last five years Bruce has migrated from the Web 2.0 standards revolution to today's HTML5 heavy application oriented environments.