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FOWD 2011

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December 09, 2011

FOWD 2011

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mattylite

December 09, 2011
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  2. Matt the Terrorist

  3. No Hablas Enchiladas

  4. Zero to Hipster

  5. Neil Fucking Gaiman

  6. Erin goes Bunless

  7. Anthony eats her Buns

  8. Anthony goes all Gollum around Macaroons

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  27. Dan Rose

  28. Pros • Well designed presentation • Went through an amusing

    example of his company’s work flow • Great resource for Photoshop best practices • One of the more practical presentations • Gave away shirts and posters
  29. Layer Mayor

  30. Cons • Not entirely progressive • Not terribly informative for

    people who have a good work flow already
  31. Tina Roth Eisenberg

  32. Pros • Probably the most inspiring talk of the conference

    • Very well - known and respected designer • Tattly swag • Awesome Swiss German accent • Very amusing and very motivational • Brought some people to tears • Learned a lot about how her successful side projects came about
  33. Tattly Swag

  34. Cons • Her talk didn’t focus much on the future

    of web design. Rather, it focused on the future of web designers
  35. Daniel Rhatigan

  36. Pros • Very experienced and knowledgable in the field of

    typography • Very information dense • Didn’t waste any time • Didn’t focus on tooting his own horn
  37. Cons • Corrected someone on the pronunciation of, “neue” •

    His talk was reminiscent of a boring college lecture • Distracting leather pants • Typography snob
  38. Whitney Hess

  39. Pros • One of the best talks of the conference

    • Possibly the most informative talk • Excellent insight into user experience design • Had amusing real - life examples • Went over forming company brand principles
  40. Principles of Experience Design 1. Stay out of people’s way.

    2. Create a hierarchy that matches people’s needs. 3. Limit distractions. 4. Provide strong information scent. 5. Provide signposts and cues. 6. Provide context. 7. Use constraints appropriately. 8. Make actions reversible. 9. Provide feedback. 10. Make a good first impression.
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  57. Cons • Not a terribly well - designed presentation •

    Didn’t agree with all of her examples of good UX design
  58. Brandon Mathis

  59. Pros • Funny and extremely excited to talk about what

    he loves • Informative and knowledgable • SASS is a great way to improve efficiency writing CSS • Relative coding & color relations excellent for in browser design • One of the few talks focusing on the future of web design • Nicely designed presentation
  60. hslpicker.com

  61. jaredhardy.com/omg-text/

  62. Cons • Talk focused a lot on development • Workshop

    rehashed his entire talk • The actually work portion of his workshop required that you have an in depth background in development
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  64. Unicorns

  65. Narwhals

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  67. teamtreehouse.com

  68. pwease

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  70. Videos are available for download on iTunes. 1. go here:

    http://futureofwebdesign.com/new-york-2011/videos 2. username: fowdnyc11 3. password: n3ww0rld11 4. watch the videos or follow their directions for downloading the podcasts
  71. Links! • teamtreehouse.com • teuxdeux.com • tattly.com • creativemornings.com •

    photoshopetiquette.com • layermayor.com • hslpicker.com • jaredhardy.com/omg-text
  72. Shanks!