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Come to An Event Apart in 2019

The 2019 season for An Event Apart (the premiere web and interaction design conference) is about to kick off!

  1. Seattle –
  2. Boston –
  3. Washington DC –
  4. Chicago –
  5. Denver –
  6. San Francisco –

I’ll be there in Seattle for the kickoff, giving a talk about how to think like a front-end developer. I’ve been working on it for ages, and I think I have a talk ready that helps set the stage for where we are at in the world of front-end development, through the lens of tons of other front-end developers I admire in this industry. I hope it’ll be an entertaining romp through all their minds and how they think.

Seattle, March 4-6, 2019, three days of design, code, and content.

Just check out this Seattle lineup!

This is like my dream lineup. Except that jerk who kicks off Day 2.

  1. Jeffrey Zeldman
    The Zen of Whitespace: Slow Design for an Anxious World
  2. Margot Bloomstein
    Designing for Slow Experiences
  3. Sarah Parmenter
    Designing for Personalities
  4. Eric Meyer
    Generation Style
  5. Rachel Andrew
    Making Things Better: Redefining the Technical Possibilities of CSS
  6. Jen Simmons
    Designing Intrinsic Layouts
  7. Chris Coyier (me!!!)
    How to Think Like a Front-End Developer
  8. Una Kravets
    From Ideation to Iteration: Design Thinking for Work and for Life
  9. Scott Jehl
    Move Fast and Don’t Break Things
  10. Luke Wroblewski
    Mobile Planet
  11. Beth Dean
    Unsolved Problems
  12. Dan Mall
    Putting the ‘Design’ in Design Systems
  13. Jeremy Keith
    Going Offline
  14. Sarah Drasner
    Animation on the Bleeding Edge
  15. Val Head
    Making Motion Inclusive
  16. Derek Featherstone
    Inclusive, by Design
  17. Gerry McGovern
    The Customer-Obsessed Professional

Another neat little feature of the 2019 lineup is a screening of the documentary Rams that after lunch on Day 2. Like movie night. For us designer types. During the day. It’s gonna be awesome.

See y’all there, I hope!

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