beyond tellerrand 2013

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June 05, 2013

beyond tellerrand 2013

My notes of the conference talks of beyond tellerrand 2013 that took place in Düsseldorf.
I presented them at the meet-up on 6th of June.

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Mario Fink

June 05, 2013
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    Beyond Tellerrand •  Always something to learn •  „This is

    for everyone“ — Tim Berners Lee •  The Internet does forget •  You don‘t need permission Jeremy Keith
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    Designing with Empathy •  Good design is problem solving, not

    decoration •  Your ego is a bad designer •  Design = creativity for communication •  Facilitate satisfaction Aaron Gustafson
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    Find Your Voice •  content doesn’t make you do things...

    It makes you feel •  »this, not that list« •  do not put the blame on the user (error messages, etc.) •  think about what your reader wants to hear, not what you want to tell •  be honest Kate Kiefer Lee
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    Architecting Scalable CSS »Website — House« analogy •  Built in

    months, lasts for years •  Numerous workers with different skills •  Built by some, maintained by others •  importance of solid standards Harry Roberts
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    »Music is the space between the notes« — Claude Debussy

    »CSS is the space between the classes« — Harry Roberts }  …  {  
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    How Things Change •  book VS web •  Should designers

    be able to code? •  Should everyone be able to code? •  Code literacy/fluency •  We need specialists in teams and hybrids that connect teams Mandy Brown
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    Fixing the Mobile Web •  Apple’s broken promise •  FirefoxOS

    — completely based on open web technologies Launches 1st of July •  Our craft: Delivering flexibility Christian Heilmann
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    Designing for today’s Web •  »Pixelfucking« •  Good designs happen

    with conversations •  Mockup directly in the browser •  Designers and content creators can work in parallel Meagan Fisher
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    Atomic Design •  We’re not designing pages anymore. We’re designing

    systems of components. •  Styleguides become harder & harder to maintain with RWD •  Introducing: PatternLab Brad Frost
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