‘design’ Videos

  • Kirsten Schelper: Typographie im Responsive Webdesign

    Kirsten Schelper: Typographie im Responsive Webdesign

    WordCamp Hamburg 2014Speaker: Kirsten Schelper

    July 28, 2014 &#8212 Typografie im Web ist ein komplexes Thema. Endgültig unübersichtlich wird’s im Zusammenhang mit Responsive Design.

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  • Lisa Ghisolf: A House with No Walls - Creating a Site Structure for the Future

    Lisa Ghisolf: A House with No Walls – Creating a Site Structure for the Future

    WordCamp Chicago 2014Speaker: Lisa Ghisolf

    July 27, 2014 &#8212 Whether your site is five pages or 500, it needs a strong foundation that plans for growth.

    We’ll cover site maps, content strategy, user interaction and experience so you have a plan for your site now, and down the road. We’ll also touch on best practices for doing it all over again for mobile [hint: it’s not just shrinking everything down!].

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  • Hilary Fosdal: No Regrets Web Design

    Hilary Fosdal: No Regrets Web Design

    WordCamp Chicago 2014Speaker: Hilary Fosdal

    July 25, 2014 &#8212 This presentation will change how you interact with your clients, colleagues and future employers. For designers and coders who want to see more of their work materialize, you’ll walk away with techniques you can start using immediately.

    From this presentation viewers will:
    1) learn how to sell your web designs,
    2) understand how to better communicate with clients/bosses, and
    3) build web designs without regret.

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  • James Barrett: Wireframing Essentials

    James Barrett: Wireframing Essentials

    WordCamp Chicago 2014Speaker: James Barrett

    July 23, 2014 &#8212 Wireframing is a tool designers and developers use to solidify content placement and layout on a page before visual design is applied. This presentation covers the ins and outs of wireframe development, when to present (and in some cases when not) to the client, and popular tools an apps used to develop informative and well designed wireframes.

    In addition to examples of both low fidelity and high fidelity wireframes, annotation and presentation of the deliverable with also be covered.

  • Tracy Apps: How to Not Design Like a Developer

    Tracy Apps: How to Not Design Like a Developer

    WordCamp Chicago 2014Speaker: Tracy Apps

    July 22, 2014 &#8212 Have you got enough WordPress hacking “skillz” to make your own custom themes, but they still look like crap? Don’t worry, there’s some simple steps and tools that can help you design less like a developer.

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  • Sara Cannon: Smart Design - Icon Fonts, SVG, and the Mobile Influence

    Sara Cannon: Smart Design – Icon Fonts, SVG, and the Mobile Influence

    WordCamp Chicago 2014Speaker: Sara Cannon

    July 17, 2014 &#8212 Fast, simple, SMART. Mobile devices have forever changed the way we interact with content. Now we have to consider many things such as HiDPI graphics, responsive design, speed, UI/UX patterns, touch target sizes, gestures, and more. All while not losing track of what’s important: Content.

    In this presentation Sara discusses the influence of mobile on design trends and demonstrates implementation techniques of smart design such as icon fonts, svg, and other helpful tips.

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  • Bolette Obbekær: Designtendenser 2014

    Bolette Obbekær: Designtendenser 2014

    WordCamp Denmark 2014Speaker: Bolette Obbekær

    July 15, 2014 &#8212 Webdesign er lidt som mode, der er hele tiden flere tendenser på spil. Jeg giver dig en rundtur i de vigtigste tendenser lige nu; hvad er på vej op, hvad er på vej ned og hvad kommer vi til at se meget mere af. Du får set en masse interessante WordPress-sider og kommer til at høre om gamle tegnefilm, tøj, størrelser i typografi og billeder etc.

    Indlægget er velegnet til alle med interesse i webdesign. Der er lagt vægt på inspiration og ikke hvordan-gør-man-lige-det…

  • Travis Totz: Designing for Interaction

    Travis Totz: Designing for Interaction

    WordCamp Chicago 2014Speaker: Travis Totz

    July 15, 2014 &#8212 Touch, gestures and voice control are quickly becoming more important for designers (and developers) to think about and design-for. Interaction can enrich a user’s experience of a product or service, and express character and feeling within those interactions. During this talk I will assist in equipping you with the skills you need to design for interactive experiences on WordPress and on the web. How can we achieve clean, easy and scalable interactions that are optimized for every device? This talk focus’ on current solutions from various experts in the field, as well as our best practices, and will reveal what the future might have in store.

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  • Andrew Searles: Designing in the Browser

    Andrew Searles: Designing in the Browser

    WordCamp Atlanta 2014Speaker: Andrew Searles

    July 4, 2014 &#8212 There have been many industry leaders talking about their ideas for how web design is changing. Most of the talks center around the idea of getting out of Photoshop and designing in the browser. Over the last year, I’ve made a considerable effort to put this into practice. As of right now, I’ve designed 8 websites fully in browser. There’s been lots of problems, but there’s been even more rewards. In this presentation I show you some of the pros and cons of designing in the browser as well as giving you some tips that I’ve learned along the way.

  • Aaron Jorbin: Color Theory for Web Developers

    Aaron Jorbin: Color Theory for Web Developers

    WordCamp Chicago 2014Speaker: Aaron Jorbin

    July 1, 2014 &#8212 Websites use colors everywhere, but creators of sites don’t always understand the theory behind color. They don’t understand the emotional impact that color can have, or how colors interact with one another. They also don’t always understand how colors contrast with one another or how the math behind that works. And they often fail to take into account users with color deficiencies or provide enough sufficient contrast for their users.

    This presentation looks at color from a theoretical perspective and a practical perspective. It answers the technical questions of what color contrast is and what goes into creating it and also look at how color deficiencies affect color choice and how we can test and design for all of our users.

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