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Talks of 2018 will be announced in April. Meanwhile, submit your talk!
Design Thinking is more creative and user-centered than traditional design approach. It helps to solve so-called ill-defined problems, where both the problem and the solution are unknown at the outset of the problem-solving process.
You will learn and practice 6 main phases of DT: understanding, observation, point of view definition, ideation, prototyping, testing. You'll get the theory intro to every step and train with your personal ideas.
This full-day workshop will give you a solid understanding of how Flexbox fits into the CSS landscape and what kind of problems it solves best.
There will be many exercises throughout the day to apply the new concepts, all based on real-life layouts we see in our work.
Website speed is the first impression we are making to our audience online, based on which visitors make an instant judgment about the business. A fast website not only makes it feel professional and reliable but also motivates people to interact with it, because low latency defines the engagement.
The goal is to learn how to use speed optimization methods and integrate them easily while realizing what exactly would it bring.
Microsoft Deutschland GmbH, Walter-Gropius-Straße 5, 80807 München, Germany
Wow Munich, great community :) it was super cool being with you at @TheFrontConf !— Rodolfo Dias (@r_mdias) December 11, 2017
I still don’t know the reason why they laughed so hard when I said “I come from Brazil” 🤔😂 #js #thefrontconf pic.twitter.com/G1QQqsOSvs
I really enjoyed giving a Design Thinking workshop at @TheFrontConf yesterday! Thanks to the awesome participants, my favourite co-coach @ui_me1 and the organizer @anton_caceres // #frontconf #workshop #munich #designthinking #dtwithdenise @Microsoft @SAPNextGen pic.twitter.com/uDp0OnFHkh— Denise Wildner (@denise_wildner) December 9, 2017
Thank you @TheFrontConf team for this awesome #conference absolutely stuffed with interesting talks. And what a great familiar atmosphere you created! See you in 2018! #FrontConf pic.twitter.com/EKn0HXi1pQ— Sebastian Eck (@eckify) December 9, 2017
The FrontConf was a great event. I am glad that I could be part of the organizer team! https://t.co/tvjGnhQnf2— Alexander Spetko (@aspetko) December 10, 2017
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