Smashing Conference New York will make you explore, and provide you with hands-on insights that is useful for everybody and enables you to start using the advice right away. The conference lasts two days, with 18 speakers, and also seven workshops. Smashing Conference always makes sure the event will be held at a unique location. At the heart of Manhattan's bustling Times Square district lies the conference venue, The Times Center.
Like to explore? On this day you will explore real-life projects, workflows and hands-on insights that we all can learn from and use right away.
Some of the Speakers
Aaron is the director of user experience at MailChimp, where he strives to make software more human. Thereby, he is the author of Designing for Emotion from A Book Apart.
Eva-Lotta is a designer who focusses on web and interface design mostly, however she does enjoy graphic design and illustration as well.
Jonathan is a web designer and developer, currently working as a product manager at Shopify. He began his career with freelancing, afterwards he has worked at large companies.
He coauthored two books, however he has also written his own, self-published book Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS.
Meagan is a web desginer located in New York City. She is probably one of the nicest people in the industry, helping, sharing and caring about what she does and how she crafts websites.
Her personal web site is called owltastic.com, this has everything to do with the fact Meagan respects owls who she considers smart and creative creatures.
Mark is founder of Mark Boulton Design, here they work with clients such as ESPN, CERN, Al Jazeera and Drupal.
Five Simple Steps is a small publishing imprint, which he also runs.
More often he is invited as a speaker to conferences, he is a publisher, Lapseed Martial Artist, guitarist, husband and a daddy.
Cassie is a designer at Mozilla, she works on the Webmaker project to help enable Web users everywhere to become web makers.
She has published a lot of design, technology, and even some fiction and poetry.
Lastly, she supports the Designers Accord, a "global coalition of designers, educators, researchers, engineers, and corporate leaders, working together to create positive environmental and social impact."