This is the full text of Owen’s talk at the Responsive Day Out. It makes for a terrific read!
The slides from Andy’s excellent pragmatic talk on performance and aggressive enhancement at the Responsive Day Out.
The slides from Owen’s magnificent talk at the Responsive Day Out …but you really had to be there.
Slides, videos, and links from Paul’s presentation at the Responsive Day Out.
The slides from Anna’s terrific talk at the Responsive Day Out.
This looks like being an excellent (free) event in London featuring three talks related to front-end web development.
The inaugural event this month features a talk on responsive design, a talk on data visualisation, and a talk on accessibility.
All the videos from last year’s Breaking Development conference in Dallas are up on the site. They’re all excellent.
The slides and audio from Andy’s exceptional talk earlier this year at Southby, combined into one video.
It really is excellent, although he does make the mistake of pulling the “dogma” card on those who woud disagree with him, and he really doesn’t need to: his argument is strong enough to stand on its own.
Ethan’s excellent talk from last year’s An Event Apart.
In this session Ethan reviews strategies for handling trickier elements that would make even the most seasoned designer quail: stuff like advertising, complex layouts, deep navigation patterns, third-party media, and, yes, actual, honest-to-goodness content.
All the talks from this year’s excellent Full Frontal conference in Brighton, available in audio form for your huffduffing pleasure.
This is my opening talk from Smashing conference a few months back in Freiburg, where I used to live.
A really nicely designed site to help you catch up on some good conference talks you might have missed.
This is the talk I gave at the Webdagene conference in Norway a few weeks back. I called it Responsive Enhancement but I think the Norwegian title translates as “Improvements Through Responsive Design.”
Note’s from Joanne’s presentation at Improving Reality.
Luke’s notes from my talk at An Event Apart in Chicago.
I’ve seen Heiko present with this gizmo at Mobilism and it worked a treat. I’m very tempted to get one for future presentations.
I don’t agree with everything in this presentation—there’s a nostalgic bias to the non-existent “good ol’ days”—but this is still very engaging and thought-provoking.
Organized Wonder | Curated documentaries, interviews, short films, and other top videos from around the web.
This is like a video version of Huffduffer (without the timeshifting). It’s very nicely done.
Harry’s 15 minute case-study presentation at UX London was excellent. He says the lesson is that we shouldn’t be afraid to make mistakes, but there’s another lesson here too: testing with users will save your ass.
It’s great to see the Future Friendly call-to-arms being expanded on. Here it’s university sites that are being looked at through a future-friendly lens.
Matt has transcribed the notes from his excellent Webstock talk. I highly recommend giving this a read.
I really enjoyed Matt’s talk from Webstock. I know some people thought it might be a bit of a downer but I actually found it very inspiring.
I’ve been huffduffing some of the best talks from this year’s South by Southwest—some I saw, some I missed. Subscribe to the podcast feed if you want to catch up with them at your leisure.
The slides from Andy’s tour-de-force presentation at South by Southwest on CSS best practices.
The slides from the South by Southwest panel I was on with Ariel and Matt. It was lots of fun.
The video of my talk from Webstock, all about wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey stuff like networks and memory.
The slides from Chris’s presentation on the known unknowns of the web.
I loved this talk from Travis at New Adventures in Web Design, especially when he talked of the importance of Geocities and MySpace in democratising creative expression on the web.
We may have later bonded over that Ze Frank quote while in the toilet at the after-party …there may have even been hugs.
The video of my presentation on digital preservation at last year’s Build conference.
Our communication methods have improved over time, from stone tablets, papyrus, and vellum through to the printing press and the World Wide Web. But while the web has democratised publishing, allowing anyone to share ideas with a global audience, it doesn’t appear to be the best medium for preserving our cultural resources: websites and documents disappear down the digital memory hole every day. This presentation will look at the scale of the problem and propose methods for tackling our collective data loss.
This cracked me up. There are two possibilities: either this is really is very funny or I am very nerdy.
This is the talk I gave at An Event Apart through 2010. It’s all about interaction design with some examples from Huffduffer.
A short introductory presentation on responsive design.
The slides from my presentation at this year’s An Event Apart. Such a fantastic event …it was an honour to be on the roster.
An in-depth look at browser polyfills: what they are, how they work, and how you can make your own.
The video of the opening keynote I delivered at the Breaking Development conference in Nashville earlier this year. It expands on the One Web presentation I gave at DIBI, focusing on the language we use to talk about our approaches to web development.
A PDF of the slides (with copious notes) from Josh’s brilliant presentation. I love this guy!
This presentation from Lea contains some CSS gems (and it’s all delivered in HTML).
Glenn has written up the discussion that followed his UXCampBrighton talk on web actions.
A terrific presentation on progressive enhancement and mobile web development from Brad at Web Design Day. You can look at the slides, read the notes and watch the video.
Looks like Lyza’s presentation at Over The Air at Bletchley Park was really excellent.
Luke’s notes from my talk at the Breaking Development conference in Nashville summarise my points nicely.
I’ve just seen this incredible presentation from Stephanie Rieger at the Breaking Development conference in Nashville. It’s absolutely packed full of fantastically useful ideas. You really should’ve been there, but these slides can give you a taste of the presentation.
Jake’s talk at DIBI earlier this year was absolutely fantastic. It features a rape reference, a story about pissing, and a Human Centipede metaphor.
It’s also very, very informative. Watch this.
The video of my talk/rant at the DIBI conference in Newcastle/Gateshead earlier this year, for your viewing pleasure.
I recommend you look through all of Paul’s presentation …because they’re all excellent.
I really like the thinking that’s gone into the design of Github, as shown in this presentation. It’s not really about responsive design as we commonly know it, but boy, is it a great deep dive into the importance of URLs and performance.
Aaaaaand once again, the Riegers show us the way. This time it’s Stephanie’s presentation at Breaking Development in Dallas. Bloody brilliant.
Luke’s notes from my talk at An Event Apart Seattle do a good job of capturing the gist of what I was saying.
On Public Objects: Connected Things And Civic Responsibilities In The Networked City.
This may be one of the best pecha kuch— I mean, Ignite presentations I’ve ever seen.
Brendan giving one of the “inspired sessions” at last year’s Flash On The Beach one evening in the Brighton Dome.
This is the webpage of a great presentation on HTML5 and CSS3. It is also the presentation itself.
This presentation-sharing site looks like it could be a good alternative to Slideshare (which has become distinctly more cluttered and crappy over time).
The notes and slides from the talk Ann gave at the London Web Standards meetup in May.
A fantastic talk by Craig Mod on publishing, from this year's Do Lectures. I wish that the audio was available for huffduffing.
A New Theory of Awesomeness and Miracles, by James Bridle, concerning Charles Babbage, Heath Robinson, MENACE and MAGE
This is how I knew James Bridle would be amazing at dConstruct. His talk from Playful '09 is, well... aweome!
A comprehensive report of the excellent first day of UX London.
Slides from a presentation on machine tags by Aaron Straup Cope. I highly recommend downloading the PDF for the bounty of links listed under "Reading List."
Three back-to-back talks on web design at South by Southwest.
Steven Pemberton, one of my favourite long-term thinkers, talks about programming, markup and XForms.
Matt's opening keynote from Reboot 11 in Copenhagen.
Andy's excellent presentation from An Event Apart in Boston and @media in London. Required reading/viewing.
Natalie has put up the slides and video from her excellent Girl Geek Dinner talk on CSS in The Eagle last week.
danah boyd addresses the Microsoft Research Tech Fest.
This presentation by Steven Pemberton increases in value over time.
Glenn has created a screencast of his superb Skillswap presentation, syncing up the audio with the slides.
Chris Heathcote's notes from his PaperCamp talk on guidebooks.
This talk that James gave in Bristol last week is chock full of great stuff. Well worth a read/look.
The slides from Simon's excellent full-length presentation at the head conference. Every web developer needs to be aware of these issues.
Mike has published his notes from day one of @media Ajax in London.
Alastair's comprehensive notes from dConstruct.
Wesley Hodgson liveblogged the talk I just gave at An Event Apart San Francisco — Patterns in the process.
Scenes from an IBM slide presentation.
There's a new London geek event going on. The inaugural evening next week features a nice selection of speakers. And it's free!
Notes and slides from Tom Taylor's talk at Oxford Geek Night 7. It's a great collection of things that talk (or at least Twitter): Tower Bridge, asteroids, plants...
Ooh, look what else I've found on the Reboot site.: this is my pecha kucha... I mean, this is my "micropresentation" about increasing the power of your hyperlinks (with microformats ...of course).
Wandering around the site for the Reboot conference in Copenhagen, I came across this video of my talk from last year. I had forgotten how much I enjoyed this talk.
Simon's slides and demos from his half-day workshop at XTech.
Christian's round-up from The Highland Fling. Sounds like a good time was had by all.
Andrew gave a peak under the skirts of The New York Times in his presentation at the Web Apps Summit. Here's a list of the demos he showed.
Dan Hon's very extensive notes from Alex Wright's great talk at South by Southwest, The Web That Wasn't.
This was the best part of the best presentation at South by Southwest this year: Merlin Mann gives his spiel during Andy Baio's "Worst website ever."
A recap of an excellent presentation at BarCamp Brighton 2 on data visualisation.
Matt Jones speaks about "Designing for SpaceTime, Building in No Time."
Some good advice on preparing presentations.
David follows up on my talk at St Paul's with cornucopia of thoughts and links that's more in-depth than the talk itself.
The text of Mark Pesce's excellent presentation at Web Directions South.
Brian Oberkirch's presentation from Webmaster Jam looks excellent.
John Sutherland's excellent presentation from BarCamp Brighton.
By far the best round-up of AEA Chicago. "Jeremy Keith looks a bit like Alan Rickman's Severus Snape in Harry Potter."
The slides from Gareth Rushgrove's presentation at BarCamp Brighton. It's all about Restful Rabbits.
The slides from Matthew Somerville's excellent BarCamp Brighton presentation: Is Cornwall part of England?
Videos ands slides from the recent Oxford Geek Night.
Slides based on a usability analysis of Wordpress by some of the Happy Coggers.
If you missed it at XTech in Paris, here's a chance to see Gavin Bell's excellent musings on identity and consolidation from a talk he gave at Google.
Joe shares his experiences of public speaking. There's some great advice here.
Matt J's slides from his Reboot presentation on travel, serendipity and Dopplr.