Posts tagged “presentations”
Beyond Responsive Workshops this May
I am such a huge fan of running public workshops… especially über-affordable ones like I am leading this May.
Adaptive Design, Empathy & Beating Creative Block
Lately I’ve been doing a few more podcasts, local events, and interviews. Here’s a round-up of a few that posted in the last week or so.
Code & Creativity is Coming!
Chattanooga is brimming with smart (dare we say, brilliant) designers and developers. Unfortunately, we don't come together to share our knowledge and our passions as much as we could. Until now, that is!
Designing with Empathy at #btconf
I used my time on stage in Düsseldorf this past May to talk about ways we can and should inject more empathy into our work.
Orlando in a Whirlwind
Last week was a bit of a whirlwind: we traveled to Orlando, made some chili, launched a responsive refresh, and delivered new a new talk & workshop.
Slides from my talk at HOW Interactive
These last two days have been a bit of a whirlwind, but I have had a great time meeting and talking to the attendees (and other speakers) here at the HOW Interactive conference in San Francisco. Read on for the slides from my talk.
Funkas Tillgänglighetsdagar 2012
A few weeks back, I flew to Sweden to deliver a talk on progressive enhancement for mobile devices at Funkas Tillgänglighetsdagar. I thought I’d share my slide deck from the talk in case you’re interested.
Crafting Rich Experiences with Progressive Enhancement at Beyond Tellerrand
After a whirlwid trip to 4 countries, I am back to a rock-solid internet connection and got a moment to take a breath and post my slides from the first stop on the trip: Beyond Tellerrand in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Slides from FoWD NYC 2011
I just finished Day 1 of Future of Web Design here in NYC and wanted to post my slides before I crashed for the night. Enjoy!
Progressive Enhancement and ExpressionEngine
This past week, Kelly and I were in Brooklyn for the ExpressionEngine CodeIgniter conference. We had a great time, met some awesome people, and I got to talk about my favorite topic: progressive enhancement.