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Planning for the Best: a Process Rubric for a Successful Front End

Dan Manchester
Sunday - 4:30pm-5:15pm

Whether working on a team or by ourselves, on small-scale projects or those with massive complexity, we all need a plan to do our best work. But how do we decide what that plan is?

DIY Documentary

Chris Martin
Saturday - 3:00pm-3:45pm

Five ways designers, developers, and creative professionals can use the art of documentary video to promote themselves or their work.

Road Runner Rules: More what you'd call Guidelines for Design Systems

Micah Godbolt
Sunday - 9:30am-10:15am

Wouldn’t it be great if we could spend less time trying to style the markup we’ve been handed, and more time creating a system of smart, reusable design components?

Static Fanatics: Tips on Developing Static Sites with Jekyll

Eric Paxton
Sunday - 10:30am-11:15am

It's typical that websites get made for an event, a marketing campaign or other temporary uses. Small sites typically don’t require as much power as a big CMS like Wordpress or Drupal.

Taking control of the Browser Security Model

Dylan Tack
Sunday - 11:30am-12:15pm

Since the birth of the web, the browser security model has remained nearly static.

Five Steps to Becoming a Better Devsigner

Peter Ramsing
Saturday - 1:00pm-1:45pm

Derived from the blog post I wrote (http://peter.coffee/fivesteps), this talk goes over some core principles that I've learned transitioning from a junio

Rapid Prototyping for iOS Without Code

Sam Ingle
Sunday - 1:45pm-3:30pm

Using Xcode’s Interface Builder tool, we’ll walk through how to quickly prototype an iOS interface without writing a line of code.

Front-end workflow automation

Erik Baldwin
Sunday - 3:30pm-4:15pm

As front-end developers -- ones who love to code and design -- we must find a balance between each, without sacrificing creativity.

Online Accessibility for People with Disabilities: Social Media Review

Eliza Greenwood
Saturday - 1:45pm-2:30pm

Delivering an accessible product has not traditionally landed at the top of the client’s wish list, but knowing how to code and design accessibly is more important now than ever before.

Panel: Code school confidential

Darius Capizzi
Joseph Karasek
Jill Kuchman
Cesar Jimenez
Saturday - 4:00pm-4:45pm

Come learn from the experiences of code school graduates in Portland.

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