Have a ticket for a workshop? It’s time to reserve the seat!
In addition to great guest speakers, this year we will host a ton of engaging and up-to-the-moment workshops on a whole range of topics.
There are 10 different workshops scheduled on Nov 19 & 20. In addition, on Nov 15 there is a bonus workshop arranged with Dan North - Originator of BDD.
If you are coming earlier, your Build Stuff workshop ticket is valid for the workshop on Nov 15 as well!
Don’t have a ticket for a workshop? There are still some seats available!
In this full-day workshop, Vitaly Friedman, editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine, will present clever front-end tricks and strategies for building responsive websites — with pattern libraries, SVG, Flexbox, CSS Grids, Accessibility, responsive images, performance tricks, service workers and HTTP/2. Yes, all of it.
We will be looking into a strategy for crafting fast, resilient and flexible responsive design systems by utilizing all of those wonderful shiny web technologies we have available today. We'll also talk about dealing with legacy browsers and will cover a few dirty little techniques that might ensure that your responsive websites will stay relevant, flexible and accessible in the years to come.
With HTTP/2, Service Workers, Responsive Images, Flexbox, CSS Grid, SVG, WAI-ARIA roles and Font Loading API now available in browsers, we all are still trying to figure out just the right strategy for designing and buildings responsive websites efficiently. We want to use all of these technologies and smart processes like atomic design, but how can we use them efficiently, and how do we achieve it within a reasonable amount of time?IN THIS WORKSHOP, YOU'LL LEARN:
This workshop is intended for designers, developers and everybody else who is dealing with responsive design regularly or wants to better understand responsive design in general. You should at least be familiar with some basics of responsive design, HTML5 and CSS.WHAT HARDWARE/SOFTWARE DO YOU NEED?
To get the most out of the workshop, you'll need to bring a laptop with your preferred text editor.