Sessions at beyond tellerrand // Play! with slides on Wednesday 25th April

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  • How to tackle the new hot shit in an accessible way

    by Eric Eggert

    New web technologies are coming up every day at the moment, but are they accessible for everyone? This talk will take a look at how those technologies care about accessibility and how browsers and assistive technologies handle new stuff. We’ll look into accessibility polyfills and techniques that you can use immediately to enhance your everyday web projects.

    At 11:30am to 12:15pm, Wednesday 25th April

  • Childlike Curiosity (Language: English)

    by Nico Zimmermann

    With childish curiosity we break impassable ways. Always having a look to the left and to the right, crossing intersections to nowhere, we run against walls and try again. On this way we don’t see the obvious, make unusual decisions and there we find our inspiration. Together with a solid craft we always fulfill our demands to discover something special in every project and bring it to the user.

    All this, and when Haxe comes in.

    At 12:30pm to 1:15pm, Wednesday 25th April

    Coverage slide deck

  • Playing With Chaos

    by Keith Peters

    Get ready for some crazy math, beautiful graphics, and mind twisting concepts. We'll take a tour through the land of fractals, dynamical systems, chaos, strange attractors, and much more. Even if you don't understand what's going on, bring your headphones and some cool music and enjoy the show.

    At 2:45pm to 3:30pm, Wednesday 25th April

  • Work and play with SASS & Compass

    by Andreas Dantz

    Still there are some controversies about whether precompiling CSS is a good or a bad idea. Sometimes this leads to fights, struggles and name-calling. This talk is almost clean of it.
    Andreas will show examples of "SASS" and "Compass"" from his day-to-day work and what you can do if you unleash the power of preprocessing.

    At 2:45pm to 3:30pm, Wednesday 25th April

  • Next Generation Media - Pervasive Computing, Rich Applications and Mobile Apps in all flavors

    by Sascha Wolter

    Schon jetzt durchdringen Navigationssystem, Smart Phone, Smart TV, Staubsaugerroboter und andere intelligente Systeme unser Leben in unzähligen Lebensbereichen. Unterschiedlichste Geräteformen und deren Anwendungen und Apps dringen in immer mehr Lebensbereiche vor und sind gleichzeitig immer weniger als klickbare und miteinander verknüpfte Hypertexte erkennbar. Sascha Wolter zeigt anhand zahlreicher Beispiele was möglich ist und wie es gemacht wird. Verschiedene Technologien und Vorgehensmodelle sowie das Prototping in Hard- und Software werden vorgestellt, um anhand möglichst natürlicher Interaktionsformen, die Kluft zwischen Mensch und Maschine zu verringern.

    At 4:45pm to 5:30pm, Wednesday 25th April

    Coverage slide deck