9th September 2014
The Hall, NAB building
Level 3, 700 Bourke St
What are the small things that separate the great designers and developers from the rest? If we can spare a few more hours on a project that would deliver a big impact on the quality of the final outcome, what would we do? From simple prototyping to performance testing, I will share the benefits of building these simple ideas into your methodology that will set you apart.
Simon is a versatile multi-faceted developer and architect, Simon currently heads up the technical team at Yump. He is passionate about performance optimisation and creating user-centred interfaces which are simple to use. Away from work he enjoys volunteering to help inspire young people.
This talk will give an overview of what's currently possible, where the current gotchas are, how to get started and have some interactive elements that can be played with during or after the session.
Andrew is a creator & destroyer of things that combine mobile web, ubicomp and lots of data. Sometime programmer, interaction researcher & CTO @ JBA.
Exporting SVG from an editor is fine, but it gets much more powerful when we take control of the code. Alex looks at graphics that can think for themselves.
Alex build the SitePoint/Learnable frontend and enjoys doing cruel and unusual things to CSS.
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