Three days of design, code, and content with the sharpest minds on the web
Rachel AndrewFuture CSS
Lara HoganFront-End Performance
Jeremy KeithProgressive Enhancement
Sarah ParmenterSocial Design
An in-progress compendium of links, resources, and information from the speakers at An Event Apart Chicago.
Responsive design: it’s kind of a thing, and AEA has been a part of it since the very beginning. From the moment Ethan Marcotte debuted responsive web design on our stage in 2010, we knew something big was in the air—and the last five years have shown just how big it was. It’s transformed the way we all work, and it’s not done yet.
Aaron Gustafson recently joined Microsoft as a web standards advocate after nearly two decades as a developer, designer, and consultant for companies including Box, Happy Cog, Major League Baseball, McAfee, The New York Times, SAS, StubHub, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and many others. We caught up with the busy educator to talk about the Chattanooga, “headless UI,” and falling in love with forms.
“I entered An Event Apart DC hoping for a change; what I got was conference bingo.” Attendee Adam Nekola shares how a card of empty squares completely changed his experience for the better.