SmashingConf San Francisco is already over, and it was a blast. We thank you from the very bottom of our hearts for coming and creating such an exceptional atmosphere. And we’d be pleased if you’d be coming back next year! You can also continue the conversation in our SmashingConf Slack Channel. :-)
First slides from the conference:
- Alla Kholmatova — Atoms, Modules and Other Fancy Particles: Building a Pattern Language For The Web
- Mathias Biilmann — The JAM Stack
- Jina Bolton — Living Design Systems
- Ilya Grigorik — HTTP/2 Is Here, So Let's Optimize!
- Rachel Nabors — Alice in Web Animations API Land
- Harry Roberts — CSS for Software Engineers for CSS Developers
- Jeffrey Veen — Crafting A Creative Culture
- Tom Giannattasio — Beyond The Browser
- Patty Toland - What we talk about when we talk about Web Performance
Recordings of Day One:
- Dan Mall on Design Workflow
- Harry Roberts on Scalable CSS
- Tom Giannattasio on Web Apps
- Una Kravetz on Editing Images in CSS
- Ilya Grigorik on HTTP/2 Optimization
- Susan Weinschenk on UX Psychology
- Jeff Atwood on Building Communities
Recordings of Day Two:
- Jeffrey Veen on Crafting A Creative Culture
- Jina Bolton on Living Design Systems
- Mark Boulton on Design Systems in Difficult Places
- Mathias Biilmann on The JAM Stack
- Patty Toland on What we talk about when we talk about Web Performance
- Q&A With Chris Heilmann and Jason Fried
- Rachel Nabors on Alice in Web Animations API Land
First confirmed speakers:
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