This 3-hour workshop will introduce mobile application and website development technologies, such as Conduit Mobile and WordPress. Through demonstration and discussion, we will see how information streams can be published through websites, Twitter, Facebook, and other internet locations, and then delivered to your users when and where they want it. With WYSIWYG development tools and frameworks, you can quickly create mobile applications that deliver content to your audience, and you can explore these technologies for free. No previous development experience is needed. Join us for this workshop and learn more about several tools and technologies available for you. We will explore several new methods and approaches for delivering information.

Where and when:
Friday, December 13, 12:00pm to 3:00pm, at the American Red Cross, 2700 Southwest Freeway.
How much does it cost?
It’s FREE!
How do I sign up?
Send an email to Cindy Pao. The meeting room holds approximately 15 people, so sign up soon!
Who is the Speaker?
Paul Mueller owns UserAid, which designs and implements innovative communication solutions. Paul has managed information development, usability, and graphic design teams across the United States, Bolivia, and India. As a manager, he has mentored many team members and helped them to become active promoters of technical communication through their companies, communities, and service to STC. Paul presents at conferences about various technology and management topics. He received a B.S. in Computer Science and a B.S. in Mathematics and has been involved in technical communication for more than 20 years. Paul is currently the 2014 Technical Communication Summit Program Chair and he has served in many other Summit-related leadership roles.