Brad Frost is a front-end designer, consultant and speaker located in Pittsburgh, PA. He is the creator of This Is Responsive, a collection of patterns, resources and news to help people create great responsive web experiences. He also created Mobile Web Best Practices, a resource site that lays out considerations for creating great mobile web experiences. He curates WTF Mobile Web, a site that teaches by example what not to do when working with the mobile web. He is passionate about mobile and is constantly tweeting, writing and speaking about it.
Dave Shea is known for his work in web-standard development—from his design community project CSS Zen Garden to his active contributions at the Web Standards Project (WaSP). Shea is also a writer “for a large global audience of web designers and developers on his popular blog, Mezzoblue” and is the founder and creative director of Bright Creative in Vancouver, BC.
Jenn Lukas is a multi-talented front-end consultant and freelancer developer in Philadelphia and is the founder of Ladies in Tech. She writes for The Nerdary, is a columnist for .net magazine, and has contributed to The Pastry Box Project and A List Apart.
Lyza Danger Gardner is a dev. Since co-founding Portland, Ore.-based mobile web start-up Cloud Four in 2007, Lyza has tortured and thrilled herself with the intricate ins and outs of the bazillion devices and browsers now accessing the web globally. Lyza and co-founder Jason Grigsby are the authors of Head First Mobile Web (O'Reilly).
Stephen Hay is designing for the web since 1995. His roots as a designer and art director in corporate identity / packaging design and advertising served as a foundation for his current work as web design and development strategist through his own user experience consultancy Zero Interface. Stephen is a popular speaker on the subjects of CSS, web accessibility, and open web standards. He has published several articles on these subjects.
Paul Irish is a front-end developer who loves the web. He’s thinking a lot about how to make you more productive with tools that improve your workflow help you make slicker, sexier, mobile web sites and webapps. He is also a Developer Advocate for Google Chrome and he works on tools like Modernizr, Yeoman, HTML5 Please, CSS3 Please, and other bits and bobs of open source code.
Marcin is a product designer at Medium. Previously, he was a fellow at Code for America and a user experience designer at Google, working with the Chrome, search, and homepage doodle teams. After hours, Marcin likes to photograph cities, research old technology, and force his friends to watch “Sneakers” over and over again.
Susan fell in love with code in 2005 and has been happily writing markup and CSS ever since. Working with teams of all sizes, she has loved being in the middle of design and developers, coding away on things that are beautiful, accessible, and full of challenges. She most recently worked with the team at Editorially and is currently freelancing.
Tim is an independent Web developer living in northern Wisconsin with his wife and three daughters. He is very passionate about the Web and can frequently be found speaking about what he’s learned at a variety of Web conferences.
Val Head is a designer and consultant based in Philadelphia. Her work ranges from projects on the web to interactive installations to print. She is the author of The Pocket Guide to CSS Animations, teaches CSS Animations on Lynda.com, and hosts the All The Right Moves tutorial screencast.
You can find her on stage speaking at events like An Event Apart and encouraging others to do the same as the co-host of the Ladies in Tech podcast. She also founded the popular Web Design Day conference, and leads workshops around the world on animation for the web and creative coding.
Patrick is a lead client-side engineer at the Guardian in London where – amongst other things – he is helping to build the next generation of their web platform. When not speaking or ranting about performance he enjoys spending his spare time discovering new food and craft beer.
Yoav is a Web performance and browser internals specialist, working on responsive design Web performance, image compression and more. He is a technical lead at the Responsive Image Community Group and a Blink & WebKit committer. He is currently responsible for the implementation of responsive images in Blink & WebKit.
Zach is a Front-end Engineer @filamentgroup. He enjoys watching and playing soccer, piano, finding patterns in both people and machines, movies that make him think or feel, ordinary things in faraway places, and writing about himself in the third person.
He enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife Traci and their two Great Danes, Roxie and Ella. They also have a cat, a rabbit, goldfish, and probably one or more tarantulas. Check out their Vacation Blog.