Last month we sent Beeby along to Heart & Sole 2 to speak to the crowd down in Portsmouth. From all reports, it was a great night, which is probably why the event was nominated for a Critters awards last year. With an absolutely killer line-up this year, almost 150 keen developers and designers descended on Portsmouth on a Friday night to soak up the Heart & Sole vibe. If you missed the event, or just want to relive the talks, we’ve got the full talks on video below. Enjoy!
HACKING THE WEB BIT BY BIT
Hacking, not cracking. The internet is a wonderful place. A network of computers. Information at your fingertips. Learn how to use some of this information in projects for yourself or for your clients.
THE WEB AS IT SHOULD BE
With the advent of CSS3 and the ever-greater maturity of HTML5, it’s an exciting time for the Web. The possibilities for creating truly engaging – even addictive – Web and business applications appear limitless.
DEADLY LASERS AND YOU
In which Relly tells a cautionary tale or two about the perils of ignoring web content when creating for the web. Will include references to anime murderous robots, Power Rangers, Nyan cat, Maru and slash fiction. Oh, and content strategy too.
ACCESSIBILITY DOESN’T EXIST
Accessibility is just a matter of passing the WCAG conformance criteria, or bolting on an accessibility widget to your existing site. But it is costly. Right? Spare me! Accessibility is a very misunderstood discipline.
QUESTIONS THAT MAKE YOU SQUIRM
We all get them. Those awkward questions asked by clients that make us wriggle uncomfortably, fidget uncontrollably, or make us want to hang up the phone and blame it on the unexpected tropical storm in the middle of winter.
CONTRIBUTING TO OPEN SOURCE
every single project.
CREATIVEJS – BEAUTY IN THE BROWSER
HOW TO DESTROY THE WEB
The future of the Web is a dangerous Babylon: people talking to each other to do business, organise revolutions, express their feelings, meet their friends, transcend their disabilities and economically empower themselves. Obviously, this must be stopped.