Building single page web sites the RIGHT way

A session at Scotch on the Rocks

Friday 6th June, 2014

3:00pm to 3:50pm (GMT)

The latest trend in web design is JavaScript-heavy single page web sites with swishy animation effects - in fact, the 2014 SOTR web site uses this very technique. They can look great and provide a great user experience, but they can also collapse into a big messy heap. This session will cover some different techniques, the pros and cons of each, and the dos and don'ts you should follow to make sure that single page sites are bookmark/inbound-link-friendly, accessible and search engine friendly no matter what platform they are built on or what toolkit you use.

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Kay Smoljak

Aussie web geek currently hiding out in Berlin bio from Twitter

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26 attendees

  • Alan Mathieson
  • Anuj Gakhar
  • Laura Kishimoto
  • Chris Kobrzak
  • Christian Heynert
  • Fiona
  • Ashlie Webb
  • John Hendry
  • Kay Smoljak
  • Leonardo Gandini
  • Marius Gratte
  • Mark Drew
  • Katie Fenn
  • miketraher
  • Tim
  • Michael Wolfindale
  • nwootton
  • David Nash
  • Stuart Ashworth
  • Tom Jenkins
  • Grant Richmond
  • Tom Sucaet
  • Trond Ulseth
  • Jonathan Goode
  • Victor Bonilla
  • Jatin Nanda

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  • Andy Jones
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Time 3:00pm3:50pm GMT

Date Fri 6th June 2014


Adobe Room (Roseberry), Hilton Edinburgh Grosvenor

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