This is our final schedule but please note that timings, topics and the order of speakers are subject to change.
The line between design and development is getting blurrier, and our approach to web design is becoming more modular. How do we keep track of it all?Click for more information on 'Night of the Living Style Guides'
Building an OfflineFirst application means creating something that works fast and well, regardless of whether your device is connected, experiencing a network glitch, or offline completely.Click for more information on 'OfflineFirst Apps with PouchDB and CouchDB'
For the longest time, I’ve felt frustrated with how client-side form validation worked both technically and more importantly from an end-user perspective.Click for more information on 'Designing form validation the right way'
Web development moves fast, and as a digital team we want to deliver the best work we can as quickly as we can. But universities are slow: for every big decision there’s a committee or a steering group to deal with.Click for more information on 'Agile working in a slow-moving world'
It might seem easy but selling the concept of how important this ‘Front-end’ thing is to clients is an increasing challenge and shouting out buzzwords and acronyms isn’t helping anyone.Click for more information on 'Selling the Front-end'
Inlining a web page’s critical CSS to optimise usable load time is already established good practice, but taking it from a manually run local script to a continuous integration pipeline can be daunting.Click for more information on 'Automating Critical CSS'
6 years ago, Craig gave a talk about pointless stuff. 5.5 years ago, Craig gave a talk about Paul Daniels’ approach to web design. After a 5 year hiatus, Craig is back again to talk about something new.Click for more information on 'Marty McFly Has A Lot To Answer For'