Storytelling with CSS
This gallery is also available as an article: Cutting edge web development with CSS Shapes and CSS Regions.
I had the pleasure of participating in a one-on-one Adobe Connect webinar presentation given by Arno Gourdol, Sr. Director of Product Development at Adobe. Arno presented many tools from the Adobe Creative Cloud, and he followed up his presentation with several demonstrations representing progressive work within the web developer sphere, in particular HTML5 and CSS3 examples.
Along with a Q&A session during the accompanying telephone conversation, Arno demoed several technologies that Adobe has been helping to spearhead in recent months. One example that struck me was the demonstrated use of modules for CSS Shapes (which defines and contains the features of CSS relating to wrapping content around and inside shapes) and CSS Regions (which allows content to flow across multiple areas called regions); both of these modules are W3C Editor's Drafts. (Read my related article: Experiment with CSS3 Exclusions and Shapes module.)
Ryan has performed in a broad range of technology support roles for electric-generation utilities, including nuclear power plants, and for the telecommunications industry. He has worked in web development for the restaurant industry and the Federal government.