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Posts by Nathan W. Pyle

Keynote: How to form a habit of universe construction

In this talk, Nathan W. Pyle will describe the habits that can help you imagine a brand new universe. He’ll show the inner workings of his comics and reveal his four favourite methods for constant creation that helped him product Strange Planet and dozens of other works. For questions and further discussion find the speaker […]

Animating the impossible

Animating on the web is anything but predictable! How do we achieve smooth UI transitions when dealing with DOM changes, responsive layouts, dynamic content and user input? Flipping your whole approach upside down can help. Join Cassie as she discusses animation challenges that seem impossible and shows you how to overcome them using one magical […]

Building & Selling AI Products

GPT-4, Midjourney, & Co. are powerful generative AI models beyond anything we’ve ever seen, but how do you go from a cool demonstration to a real-world product? For questions and further discussion find the speaker in the Speaker’s Corner right after their talk.

How not to kill your design system

During her eight years of working on design systems, Amy has learned a thing or two about what causes them to fail. In this talk, she shares the most common causes of a design system’s demise and provides tips on how to avoid them. For questions and further discussion find the speaker in the Speaker’s […]

Oxidising Your TypeScript Projects 🦀

For a long time, WebAssembly (WASM) was treated as a focused tool you could use to write individual, highly focused functions in hot loops by hand to squeeze some extra performance out of JS apps. With the advent of WebAssembly System Interface (WASI) and a much more mature tooling environment with attributes like wasm-bindgen, WASM […]

Exploring the potential of the web speech API in karaoke

Isn’t it frustrating when the song you want isn’t available at karaoke? In this talk, Ana will explore how to solve this problem. You’ll look at the current state of the Web Speech API, see what’s possible, what isn’t, and what’s coming next. For questions and further discussion find the speaker in the Speaker’s Corner […]

Inclusive design patterns

When we think of accessibility, we often think about the usual suspects—colour contrast, legible font sizes, and mobile tap targets. However, accessible and inclusive design reaches far beyond that. In practice, it’s neither straightforward nor obvious — and it’s difficult to figure out how to make the right design choices early to prevent issues down […]

Don’t worry – the design system takes care of accessibility!

Building a product made from components that meet accessibility standards will result in accessible end products – right? A design system can seem like a quick fix for your organisation’s accessibility needs. But if you lack a culture that champions accessibility, you will fight a losing battle. In this talk, Geri will walk you through […]

Breaking down long tasks

In this talk, Nishu explores the new Core Web Vital, Interaction to Next Paint (INP), which will replace First Input Delay (FID) in 2024. She’ll diagnose it using performance profiling, JavaScript libraries, the Long Tasks API, Scheduler API, and Long Animation Frames API to understand how you could potentially solve issues with annoyingly long tasks […]

How to start/restart a brand for global success

Get ready to find out all the fundamentals Michal has absorbed from launching over 250 brands in the last 15 years. Together, you’ll explore the principles, key lessons, and examples of successful brands which not only grew within their own markets but have attracted new audiences and customers globally. During this presentation, you’ll learn: What […]

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