Sessions

Martine Dowden
Michael Dowden
Accessibility Basics
Martine Dowden; Michael Dowden

If you ever use the elevator, subtitles to watch that cat video during a boring meeting, or tabbed through a form, you have used an accessibility feature. As a community we understand that accessibility is necessary but when it comes to implementation, we often fall short. This hands on workshop i

Room: Belmont
Topics: User Experience;
Tags: Accessibility; Design (UI/UX/CSS); Web

Walt Ritscher
Understand your brain to build better visualizations.
Walt Ritscher

No one questions that data is vital to application development, our teams spend untold hours obsessing about data structures. We build useful data layers and strive to eliminate processing roadblocks so that our data services are fast and fluid. Do you spend that much effort on the visual portrayal

Room: Derby
Topics: User Experience
Tags: Design (UI/UX/CSS)

Ryan Albertson
In-Depth Software Design for Developers (From a Designer)
Ryan Albertson

Every day Developers are being called upon to not just write amazing code, but also design how the applications are going to look and feel. You don’t have to be a designer or a creative to have an interactive user experience, and a beautiful user interface. Join me for an in-depth walk through of t

Room: Oaks
Topics: User Experience;
Tags: Design (UI/UX/CSS); Mobile; Web

Bryan Robinson
Join the CSS Future with CSS Grid
Bryan Robinson

Streamline your layout work with the new hotness from the actual CSS specification: CSS Grid Layout. In this talk, we'll cover the basics of getting started with Grid, why and when to use Grid, advanced techniques such as Named Grid Lines, and how we can utilize this advancement to create new and un

Room: Oaks
Topics: User Experience
Tags: Design (UI/UX/CSS)

Jared Faris
Where The Web Is Going
Jared Faris

The web is evolving rapidly and you need to keep up to date on the new technologies and standards being developed. In this session, we'll look at what's coming in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript including CSS Grid, Service Workers, Progressive Web Apps, and Web Components. We'll discuss how the W3C, WHATW

Room: Hialeah
Topics: Application Development;
Tags: Design (UI/UX/CSS); JavaScript; Web

Jimmy Bogard
Compositional UIs - the Microservices Last Mile
Jimmy Bogard

A key tenet of microservice architecture is autonomy. This is all well and good when the business users dutifully follow Conway's law and rarely if ever use multiple applications from multiple services. But it can get worse, much worse, where we have a single application needing to expose informatio

Room: Regency South A
Topics: Application Development;
Tags: Design (UI/UX/CSS); Microservices

Lemon ??
I'm Going To Make You Stop Hating CSS.
Lemon ??

As a formalized language, CSS is over 20 years old and has spent much of that time being maligned by the people who use it. Browser inconsistencies, changing specifications and general weirdness have combined to create this weird pseudo-language that you'd rather avoid. UNTIL TODAY. With modern spe

Room: Regency South A
Topics: User Experience;
Tags: Design (UI/UX/CSS); Web

Elizabeth Gray
Introduction to Accessibility
Elizabeth Gray

Sometimes Accessibility can be tough to wrap your head around, but it is becoming clearer every day just how important it is and how much it can benefit everyone. In this session, we will explore some basics of Accessibility, information resources, and tools that can help you be an Accessibility all

Room: Adueduct
Topics: User Experience;
Tags: Accessibility; Design (UI/UX/CSS)

Martine Dowden
Tables have their place, now let’s make them fit
Martine Dowden

Tables have gotten a bad reputation over the years. Historically, we used them for layout, a practice thoroughly frowned upon today. When responsive and fluid layouts came into the scene, they proved difficult to work with. As a result, we have shied away from them but it doesn’t have to be this way

Room: Oaks
Topics: User Experience;
Tags: Accessibility; Design (UI/UX/CSS); Web

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