Design for the Developer

A session at Rich Web Experience 2011

Wednesday 30th November, 2011

1:30pm to 3:00pm (EST)

"That's really useful, but it looks like it was designed by a developer."

Ever heard that? Want to fix it? Think you don't have the design ability?

Here's a dirty little secret, design is a skill, it can be learned. This session will take you through the basics of design theory for applications. By the end you should be on your way to building not just useful apps that people have to use, but awesome apps that people love to use.

Topics include:

- Design Dos and Don'ts

- Planning a Design

- Design Fundamentals

- Layout

- Typography

About the speaker

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Terrence Ryan

Developer Advocate for Google. The author of Driving Technical Change. Originally from Philly and it shows.

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Time 1:30pm3:00pm EST

Date Wed 30th November 2011

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Books by speaker

  • Driving Technical Change
  • Adobe Coldfusion Anthology

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