This week, Dan Zambonini, Box UK’s Technical Director, will give a talk in Manchester at the event TRANSMISSION 2: Innovation Online: Where Next for the Web? (http://transmissions2.eventbrite.com/)

Transmissions is a programme aimed at supporting business and individuals in the Northwest, specifically targeted at the digital production sector. This event will explore “how innovations in web tools, technologies and approaches are shaping the web and users’ experience of it … [and] how we can harness these developments for creative innovation online.”

Dan’s talk, called Future of the Web, will be accompanied by talks by Seb Lee-Delisle of Plug-in Media, who will explore 3D Flash and Augmented Reality, and Patrick Lauke of Opera, who will show how HTML 5 and CSS 3 are set to revolutionise the web experience.

“I am really pleased to be setting the scene for the talks given by Seb Lee-Delisle and Patrick Lauke, who are doing incredible work, which is at the cutting edge of where the web seems to be moving,” said Dan Zambonini.

Transmission is on Wednesday, November 25th, beginning at 5:45 pm. It is free to attend, but it is recommended that you register to avoid disappointment.

About Box UK
Box UK (http://www.boxuk.com) was born out of the work of leading thinkers and doers in the web and technology industry. With offices in London and Cardiff, we are obsessed with the Internet and emerging technologies.

For more information on this project, or to find out more about our leading Web CMS Amaxus ( http://www.amaxus.com ), email info@boxuk.com

About Dan Zambonini
Dan Zambonini is the Technical Director of Box UK, which he co-founded. Since then, he has helped develop the first XML website for the UK Government, architected the Amaxus Content Management System, conceived clickdensity (multiple award-winning usability software), participated in industry-shaping thinktanks, and had articles featured in international websites and magazines.

Dan is passionate about making use of the latest technologies to help us in everyday life, and believes people and communities are key to innovation. He co-founded the Cardiff Web Scene community where he helped bring the popular Ignite event format to the UK through Ignite Cardiff and recently co-organised the first Ignite event in London. Dan can be found on Twitter at http://twitter.com/zambonini or on his personal website at http://danzambonini.com.

About Transmissions
Transmissions is part of Digital Sparks, a programme of training and development produced by Northwest Vision and Media to support businesses and individuals working right across the digital production sector in the North West.

This activity is funded by the Digital and Media Skills Programme, delivered by Northwest Vision and Media in partnership with Skillset, and supported by the North West Development Agency. The events are being delivered by The White Room.

Published on: 9:27AM on 24th November 2009