Building for Scale

A session at Code(Her) Conference 2014

Saturday 13th September, 2014

10:10am to 12:10pm (EST)

We often have the best intentions when starting large web redesigns with easy to use interfaces and streamlined content that our team, clients, and users will love. However, larger projects have a tendency to get out of control without proper planning and communication. In this workshop, we'll explain how to keep a team and client happy when designing large websites and applications. We'll explore common problems with designing large websites and how to structure, build modular layouts and document your content from sitemaps to design.

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Ali Felski

User-interface Designer, iStrategyLabs

Ali Felski is a user-interface designer for iStrategyLabs, a digital agency based in Washington,DC and Brooklyn, NY. In 2009, her personal portfolio website won a South by Southwest web award and she has since been featured in widely-read Web design publications including Smashing Magazine and numerous other CSS Galleries.

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Klare Frank

User-interface Designer/Front-end Developer, iStrategyLabs

Klare Frank is a user-interface designer and front-end developer for iStrategyLabs, an award-winning digital agency based in Washington,DC and Brooklyn, NY.Klare is always thinking about responsive design and loves prototyping her ideas in code.

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4 attendees

  • Ali Felski
  • April Sayler
  • Klare Frank
  • Stephanie Shifflett

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Time 10:10am12:10pm EST

Date Sat 13th September 2014


Design/UX/UI, Microsoft Chevy Chase

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