Reasons to be Appy

An exciting new event brought to you by the team behind Flash on the Beach and Geeky by Nature

29 May 2012

Reasons to be Appy is an affordable one day event for designers, typographers, user interface designers and coders who are into html5, css3, jquery, touch devices and creative hacking. The event brings together brilliant minds from code and design to share their passion, knowledge, insights and work. Expect a full day packed with great talks, networking & inspiration.

10 speakers

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9 sessions

LSO St Luke's

England England / London

161 Old Street, London, EC1 9NG

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46 known attendees

  • Mark Kirby
  • Matt Ballantine
  • Shaun Dunne
  • James Broad
  • Sam Hicks
  • Fergus Doyle
  • David Powers
  • Tom Prior
  • Mark Simpkins
  • Seb Lee-Delisle
  • Christian Heilmann
  • oliver blaum
  • Richard Wiggins
  • Andy Cummins
  • Andi Smith
  • Keith Cirkel
  • Gareth Jones
  • Lenny Martin
  • Patu Tifinger
  • John Dalziel
  • Brendan Dawes
  • Ian Feather
  • Ad Taylor
  • John Liston
  • Ben Debnam
  • Andrew Spooner
  • marc thiele
  • Adam Onishi
  • Remy Sharp
  • Sean Ronan
  • James Alliban
  • João Pescada
  • Just Another Foundry
  • Keiichi Matsuda
  • Peter Gregson
  • Mark Boulton
  • Abdul Rehman
  • Neil Young
  • Darius Karimi
  • Etty Sekhon

33 people tracking this event

  • Andre Jay Meissner
  • Tristan Bailey
  • Annie Drynan
  • Robin Harrison
  • Nick Dunn
  • James Handwaver
  • RobFarnell
  • Joachim Thomas
  • Drew Neil
  • ツ Ian Crowther
  • Alastair Campbell
  • Rogier Barendregt
  • Simon Willison
  • Tom Maton
  • Albert Lo
  • Jordi Texido
  • Andrew Webster
  • Luca Salvini
  • liz coulter-smith
  • Michelle Adams
  • Aron
  • Shaun McDonald
  • Luca Sale
  • Ben MacGowan
  • Berislav Lopac
  • Ruth John
  • Emanuele Bolognesi
  • Luke Hampson
  • Scott
  • Alessandro Raffa
  • Nicky Thompson
  • Paul Duncan
  • Simon Cross

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Related books

  • Introducing HTML5
  • jQuery Cookbook
  • The Art & Science of JavaScript
  • Web Development Solutions
  • Beginning JavaScript with DOM Scripting and Ajax
  • JavaScript: The Good Parts

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