I was so thrilled to give a talk at WordCamp San Francisco this past weekend! My talk was on “Designing for the Modern Web” – Which in essence was a talk about designing for HiDPI. Check out my Slides & Description:

Devices that consume the web are being created at a never-before heard of rate.  They’re getting smaller, lighter, faster, sharper, and sexier.  Life is awesome right?  But what about us web designers?

Let’s talk about how to get the best possible ratio of speed vs awesome, and what techniques to use for fast and stunning visual experiences.

I’ll post the video whenever they have it up. All in all it was a fantastic weekend. I learned a ton from the other fabulous speakers, and the other attendees. Can’t wait for next year.

4 thoughts on ““Designing for the Modern Web” WordCamp San Francisco 2012

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  2. Thanks for your post. I also feel that laptop computers are getting to be more and more popular right now, and now are sometimes the only form of computer included in a household. Simply because at the same time that they’re becoming more and more inexpensive, their computing power is growing to the point where these are as highly effective as desktop computers through just a few years back.

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