Tom Green is a Professor of Interactive Media in the School of Media Studies at Humber College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning in Toronto. He has written 12 previous books on media and web technologies, and many articles for numerous magazines and web sites, including About.com, Layers Magazine, video2brain, and Lynda.com. Finally, he has spoken at numerous international industry conferences including FITC, Web Design, Digital Design World, and Adobe Max.
As an educator, Tom has delivered expert lectures and seminars dealing with a variety of digital media technogies and trends at a number of major universities throughout China such as the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing and Shenzhen Polytechnic in Shenzhen. Tom was also instrumental in the establishment of the Adobe Education Leaders program whose sole aim is to bring the leading K–12 and postsecondary educators from around the world together in a collaborative and networking environment to share their best practices with each other. As well, Tom has contributed over 200 tutorials and lessons to the Adobe Education Exchange— (https://edex.adobe.com/member/93c2256a9a/resources)—which is a web resource, open to educators for the sharing of knowledge around teaching digital media. Tom also participates in a regular series of online seminars designed to keep educators current with changing digital media technologies.
Design Chat with Tom Green, Author and Professor of Interactive Media
Join us in welcoming Tom Green to LA to speak on web design, development, and using UX principles to explore wireframing motion.