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Jason CranfordTeague

Jason helps people communicate in online environments.

Jason is a long standing leader in the Web design community, well know for being able to explain complex technical concepts to non-technical audiences. He is the author of numerous books on digital design, including CSS3 Visual Quickstart Guide (Peachpit, 6th edition 2012) and Fluid Web Typography (New Riders; 2009). Jason is also a highly sought after speaker, talking regularly at WebVisions, SXSW, edUI, and HOW.

Jason works as a User Expereience Lead at Gannett Digital, directing the design of USA TODAY's content management system. His previous experience includes leading the redesign of Marriott International (marriott.com), The Aspen Ideas Festival (aspenideas.org), The Half the Sky Foundation (halfthesky.org), The Solar Energy Industry Association (seia.org), and Interaction (interaction.org).

Jason blogs regularly for GeekDad (www.geekdad.com), Edutopia (www.edutopia.org), and tweets @jasonspeaking (www.twitter.com/JasonSpeaking).

Jason is available for speaking through Rosenfeld Media (www.rosenfeldmedia.com/experts/jason-cranford-teague)

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  • Technology Integration

    8 Tips to Power-Up Your Classroom Presentations

    Guest blogger Jason Cranford Teague, author, communicator and trusted designer, shares eight slide show tips to power-up your classroom presentations.
  • Education Trends

    Design 101 for Educators: An Icon Is Worth (at Least) a Dozen Words

    Author and communicator Jason Cranford Teague continues his Design 101 for Educators series with a look at how to use icons and some good places to find them.
  • Education Trends

    Design 101 for Educators: 5 Simple Typography Tips

    Author and communicator Jason Cranford Teague continues his Design 101 for Educators series with five simple typographic tips for presenting students with ideas and assignments.
  • Education Trends

    Design 101 for Educators: Choose Your Fonts Carefully

    Jason Cranford Teague, author and observer, makes the case that your students' ability to retain information is connected to the fonts they're seeing on the page or screen.