Publish date:

Modern CMS Design in Action

Come see Say Media’s Smith Schwartz at Sass Conf in New York.
Screen Shot 2014-09-26 at 1.26.21 PM.png

At Say Media our developers put an awesome amount of work into our award-winning publishing tools called Tempest. Tempest is designed to create rich editorial experiences that bring content front and center. Unlike a general purpose CMS, Tempest is built from the ground up to support the specific needs of the modern digital magazine.

Put another way: our engineers work passionately to create amazing tools for publishers – so they can do what they do best: Create amazing content experiences.

If you’re a developer, designer or Web enthusiast and will be in New York next week, come see one of our talented interaction designers, Smith Schwartz, talk about Tempest at a free SassConf meetup that’s open to everyone:

A Conversation with with Smith Schwartz of Say Media and Patrick Hamann of The Guardian

Monday, Sept 29, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Recommended Articles

XO Group, 195 Broadway, 25 Floor (map), New York

She’ll also be on stage at Sass Conf a few days later giving a talk to conference attendees called:

Building An Artful Web 

Thursday Oct 2, 10:00 – 10:50 AM 

Sass Conf, 557 Broadway (map), New York

Smith.jpeg

Smith Schwartz (@smithschwartz) is a former museum experience designer and digital nomad. She currently lives in San Francisco and is an Interaction Designer at Say Media, building the future of web-based publishing. Smith is in charge all the Sass, changing themes on multiple digital properties with one configuration partial. And she's doing it all with LibSass.     

Recommended Articles

Video of the Day