Creator of KirbyCMS, a flexible yet easy-to-use file-based content management system
Designer, developer, illustrator creating great stuff for uxebu Inc.
Programmer and interaction guy at Google on the Chrome team
Editor-in-Chief, Smashing Magazine, leading online publisher for web design
Designer, honey badger of the responsive Microsoft.com homepage redesign
Front-end developer, contributor to the HTML5 Boilerplate
Founder happytables, a solution for restaurant websites and WordPress evangelist
Developer and Designer duo who work on Guidants
Our work isn't real until it ships. Thinking about the implementation and processes after photoshop and sketching help us ship faster, learn faster and create better products.
We need code to implement our ideas - to make them work. Help each other and meet your developer half-way.
We write the code that translates ideas into functionality. Integration tests pass. But does it work? Do people know how use it?
Learn to extend your technical skills with greater design understanding to solve user problems with technology. Help each other and meet your designer half-way.
So you've got yourself a great team of designers and developers. But are they producing their best work together?
If Microsoft.com can launch a responsive homepage, there's no reason why you can't build something great too.
Get the bigger picture
We've curated our 2 day program so everyone has important takeaways:
Practical advice about UX design
Aligning UX and business strategies
Responsive web design techniques
Great typography for the web
Importance of style guides
How can we work better together?
Yes, designers can code too
Yes, developers can design too
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It's about the people
Not just the speakers, we mean you. Our speakers will inspire you to learn new skills and experiment with new technologies.
But it will be the peers you meet and the friends you make, who will motivate you long after the conference is over. You have many opportunities to mingle:
Coffee breaks: catered and twice a day
Lunch breaks: 90 minutes with plenty of options in Munich's old town (Altstadt)
After-party with beer on Github!