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Our speakers and workshop teachers are the best in their fields, and they love to share what they know, how they work and what drives them. Let them help and inspire you. On top of that, they are all smashingly nice.
Una Kravets is a Brooklyn-based developer who's making the web more styleable as a Developer Advocate at Google Chrome. Previously, she was the Director of Product Design at Bustle Digital Group and worked on building maintainable design systems as a UI Engineer at both DigitalOcean and IBM Design.
She also co-host two web development podcasts: Toolsday, and the CSS Podcast, as well as the web video series Designing in the Browser. She creates technical illustrations called Dev Doodles, does brush lettering and calligraphy, and started technical meetup groups in Washington and Austin.
Tim Kadlec is an independent web performance consultant and trainer focused on building a web everyone can use.
Tammy has spent the past two decades studying how people use the web. Her book Time Is Money: The Business Value of Web Performance (O’Reilly) is a data-driven exploration of the intersection between performance, user experience, and business.
Tammy is Chief Experience Officer at SpeedCurve, where she helps companies understand how visitors use their websites. She is a frequent conference speaker, co-curator of WPO stats, and co-chair of the annual performance.now() conference.
Carie Fisher is an author, speaker, and developer with over 15 years of technical experience helping individuals and companies achieve their digital accessibility goals. Carie is the Director of Digital Accessibility at Testlio and is a Ph.D. candidate in Human-Computer Interactions at Iowa State University, focusing on XR technology.
She is passionate about the intersection of front-end code and UX, digital accessibility, and diversity in technology. She recently completed writing the evergreen accessibility course Learn Accessibility with Google’s web.dev team.
Miriam is an artist, engineer, and open-web advocate. She’s a co-founder of OddBird, Invited Expert on the W3C CSS Working Group, and Sass core contributor who enjoys pushing the boundaries of web technology.
These days she’s working on specifications for Container Queries, Scope, and Cascade Layers in CSS; extending the Sass color module to support wide-gamut colors; and learning to crochet socks.
He believes that empathy is the key to building an effective UI and when he’s not at the gym or chasing his cat, you can find him hassling other engineers to write more tests.
Mark is a software engineer and #EmailGeek at Parcel.io working on tools to help developers build better emails.
He is also an admin at EmailMarkup.org working towards better standards in HTML email markup and a member of the AMP4email working group bringing in a new generation of email markup.
Josh started tinkering with HTML, CSS, and JS back in 2007, and never stopped. He's worked as a software developer for orgs like Khan Academy, DigitalOcean, and Gatsby. He's also taught web development fundamentals at Concordia Bootcamps.
Adam is a bright, passionate, punk engineer with an adoration for the web who prefers using his skills for best in class UI/UX and empowering those around him. He’s worked at small and large companies, and built an app for pretty much every screen (or voice). He is capable of over-engineering, but spends lots of brain power not. Loves CSS, loves JS, loves great UX. He's also a member of the CSS Working Group, VisBug and Open Props creator, and overall web fan.
Vitaly Friedman loves beautiful content and doesn’t like to give in easily. When he is not writing or speaking at a conference, he’s most probably running front-end/UX workshops and webinars. He loves solving complex UX, front-end and performance problems.
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