The proliferation of mobile has spawned a revolution in website design. Now people view content on screens of all sizes among a range of devices, a movement that requires adaptive new design.
At the Mashable Media Summit on Nov. 30, Mashable‘s founder and CEO, Pete Cashmore, will speak about the future of mobile, social and design, and how the intersection of these three pilars will dictate some of the biggest trends to emerge in 2013.
In case you missed the big news from Wednesday, we announced a new version of Mashable, a redesign that exemplifies the key qualities of adaptive design. At the Media Summit, Cashmore will provide an inside look into the thought process behind this new design, and where the future of design and mobile is headed. You can request a beta version of the site here.
The Mashable Media Summit is a one-day conference that explores how new forms of technology are redefining media. Industry leaders will speak at the TimesCenter in New York City to explore the latest innovations in the space and the future of journalism. Tickets include all conference sessions, breakfast, lunch and a networking reception.
Tickets are nearly sold out, so get yours now.
You can view the agenda online, and in the gallery below, get an inside look at some of the speakers who will appear onstage at the Media Summit. You don’t want to miss out on this year’s summit, so get your tickets now before it’s too late!