Thursday 29th October, 2015
8:45pm to 9:15pm
Even when the final deliverable is a pattern library, stakeholders often need to sign off page designs as well as patterns. As pages make their way round to different teams for sign off, they become known as the home page and product page, etc. Before you know it, everyone is talking about pages.
Effective pattern libraries rely on a shared understanding and language between everyone involved. So, when everyone is thinking about pages, how can we help teams (not just designers and developers) adopt pattern thinking over pages? This talk introduces an exercise to help achieve this and it's suitable for everyone in the team.
Front-end dev @Clearleft. @DMBrightonUni grad. Co-organiser of @CodebarBrighton. Sunset chaser. Lover of mountains, sea, travel, running, camper vans. bio from Twitter
Charlotte is a front-end developer at Clearleft. She is passionate about the web and has a keen interest in the education of new developers. She regularly volunteers at meet ups like codebar.
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