Crafting the Progressive Web

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December 11, 2012

Crafting the Progressive Web

Inspire conference, Leiden, The Netherlands, December 2012

For many of us, the work we most value is imbued with a sense of craft, honesty, and purpose. We're at our best when responses are instinctive, not bound by rigid tools or inflexible methodologies. Craftsmanship makes our work more meaningful to us, and more valuable to those who commission or consume it.

The progressive web is built upon a wealth of discovery, examination, and sharing. We rarely settle and this is to our credit, but we must never forget that as responsible practitioners and ambitious pioneers we should embrace the ebb and flow, and all that is unique about the medium.

Simon will look at how all this affects us as individuals, and our industry as a whole, taking stock of where we are now and where we are headed.

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Simon Collison

December 11, 2012
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  1. Simon Collison Ready to Inspire, Leiden, December 2012 Cra ing

    the Progressive Web
  2. Uh-oh!

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  11. A defining moment

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  15. Influences

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  22. Parallels

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  24. Curiosity

  25. A progressive web

  26. Acknowledge the machine

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  28. Standardise production

  29. Experimentation and synthesis

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  31. Form follows function

  32. Economy and simplicity

  33. Develop systems

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  35. Holistic approaches

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  37. Cra ing communities

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  41. Adapt and respond

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  43. Courage

  44. Excerpt from “On Utopianism”, spoken by Walter Gropius.

  45. Simon Collison @colly Thanks