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Dave also co-founded Elevator Speech Inc. which uses videotape to help entire companies get to the point. Dave has spoken at numerous events on how to use clear, concise, compelling language as a strategic weapon when dealing with customers, partners, reporters, employees, sales prospects, shareholders and consumers. His book "On Getting to the Point" is currently available at Amazon.com.
Company: Elevator Speech Inc.
Workshop at WebVisions:
Get to the Point
Wednesday, May 20 - 2:00 pm to
Speaking with Lynne d. Johnson, Senior Editor/Community Director, Fastcompany.com. Lynne was also a 2008 keynote speaker at WebVisions and this year's 2009 WebVisionary Awards judge.
Scott brings 12 years of experience building technology, developing business strategy and leading engineering teams with companies like Amazon.com, Rulespace, JanRain and now Vidoop.
Jason's focus is the crossroads of where traditional marketing meets the constantly evolving internet landscape.
Scott and Jason will be speaking at WebVisions,
From Idea to Web Startup in 21 Days on
Friday, May 22 - 1:15 pm to 2:30 pm
Raven works with O'Reilly Media on iPhone and mobile technology related events, and is the founder of iPhoneDevCamp, a not-for-pro?t iPhone developer conference. He is currently advising a number of companies on iPhone strategy and product development. Raven has directed the launch of two Top 20 iPhone applications, Obama '08 for Obama for America and Nearby for Platial. He is regularly quoted by the press about the iPhone and is a frequent conference speaker on the topic. Raven's iPhone pursui
With over 15 years of experience in the online world, Jason's career began in 1994 when he designed the first Web based magazine, "Computer Mediated Communications."
More recently, he has worked with the W3C CSS Workgroup, Yuri's Night: The World Space Party (www.yurisnight.net) and was the Director of Web Design Standards for AOL/MediaGlow.
Jason's books on interactive, print, video and photographic design include the best Selling CSS, DHTML, and Ajax and Final Cut Pro and The Art of Filmm
Tyler Sticka is a designer, artist, speaker and educator specializing in identity-driven new media. His clients include small businesses, marketing agencies, open source developers and larger names such as Nike, Synnex and Providence Health. Tyler has taught at the Art Institute of Portland, conducted a workshop at the 2008 WebVisions Conference, and presented his thoughts on new media at DevGroup NW and Refresh Portland. Scott McCloud called Tyler “a smart young artist to keep our eyes on.”
In high school Ray and a friend launched "The Computer Workshop" to train students on the use of Apple II's and IBM PCs. This company was featured on EyeWitness news and the New York Times.
Several years later, while in college at M.I.T., he wrote project management software for his father's architectural firm. This project turned into a company, Semaphore, Inc., which in 1990 had risen to be rated #1 among all of the competitors in that arena (by ARCHITECTURE Magazine). By 2000, the company ha
Vanessa Fox, called a “cyberspace visionary” by Seattle Business Monthly, is an expert in understanding customer acquisition from organic search. She shares her perspective on how this impacts marketing and user experience at Nine by Blue and provides authoritative search-friendly design patterns for developers at Jane and Robot.com. She’s also an entrepreneur-in-residence with Ignition Partners and Features Editor at Search Engine Land. She is co-chair for O’Reilly Found, a conference for web
Jason Grigsby was one of the project leads on the Obama iPhone Application and helped design the user inferface for the Wall Street Journal's Blackberry application. He founded and organizes Mobile Portland, a local mobile development user group.
Jason has been online since the 5th grade. At one point he could whistle at the exact pitch of a 1200 baud modem so that it would stop squelching when the phone rang. It was either develop this skill or his mother would ungraciously unplug the com
Amber explores data visualization (click for more info on conference tracking), search engine optimization (ask), and how marketing works in the online ecosystem. She's spoken at various conferences including MIT's Futures of Entertainment, Inverge, Ignite Portland, and Ignite Boulder. She graduated from Lewis & Clark College in May 2008 with a degree in Sociology/Anthropology and wrote her thesis on cell phones and the effect of technology on cultural constructions of space and privacy.
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