Creating a website for us is like film production - it is a craft. We have a lot of tools and methods on hand to help us design, but you need to have your own world view. We are trying to find the perfect balance between when to think and when to act.
We are interested in truly progressive web development projects, which set the pace. An open and creative approach to software not only requires consistency, but the ability to solve problems together with others.
Amid the media revolution, we constantly have something to say and show. We enjoy sharing and even a company or your Fitbit, Pebble, or Apple Watch can join the conversation. Content which arouses emotion is always significant.
It is necessary to show thoughts and complex communication as an experience. You need to see ideas because sometimes words are too much and being articulate is not enough.
When it comes to using an interactive product, we should have to think as little as possible. On the other hand, we must consider as much as possible during the design process. Therefore, it is important to have people gradually test your results from idea to finished product.
Our every move on the internet generates data. A number of companies analyze this data, but we mainly always hear about quantity, rather than practical application. Data helps us gain a deeper contextual understanding, so we don’t have to use tea leaves to make predictions.
Using data in the practical context of everyday life introduces a new type of conversational interface with which we can solve everything without a screen. Artificial intelligence already knows what we want for dinner - one day it will do all the thinking for us.
We know that everyone is happy to pay for a useful and unique product. The first step towards something truly successful is to understand people and be aware of their needs. When it works, a business model will resolve itself.
Web and digital media affects almost all other industries and fields. Creation is always creation in all media environments. A trip outside the screen is our switch to the world, which is all around us.
A team is chemistry, the sharing of experiences, and enthusiasm for a common cause. Today, there is no need to sit across from each other in an office. We can deal with each other in the same way over Slack. At the end of the day, we just want to feel good on the job and like our working environment.
This talk is for anyone who creates concepts and is interested in creative processes, as well as methodological approaches to creation.
Ram designs teaching aids, taught at the University of Tel Aviv, and is a jazz musician. He volunteered to speak on his own and since he’s coming all the way from Israel, we look forward to a new perspective and great energy.
Do you work on long-term projects with multiple frontendists? Do you pass projects between teams? Better sit up and pay attention! This talk is for you.
Martin Michálek of frontendisti.cz says that when it comes to tackling problems of organizing styles, Harry adds just the right details, which allow you to start making sense of the entire system. He is also confident that this approach can be applied to smaller projects.
We already know why Harry is a rising star at web conferences. His talks are engaging and according to WebExpo organizer Šárka, he is also a great guy! You already have a lot to look forward to.
“The CSS architecture I learned from Harry on the NHS project has changed the way I work. Bravo!” Josh Nesbitt
“I learned more about CSS architecture in my three-day workshop with Harry than I did in the 10 years before.” Markus Klug
For programmers who want to take their code to the next level. Instead of frameworks, let’s discuss the properties of the language and how to use them effectively.
Martin Hujer from Lavita thinks that Marco has a lot to say on this subject.
This is a talk for programmers of the world, whose roles are changing from nerd to technically skilled partner who can’t work miracles, but has his or her technique under control.
If you’re interested in technological debt and programming in Python, you’ll be fast friends with Nina.
Her presentation Nina’s Technical Debt - the code monster in everyone’s closet from PyCon 2015 has been retweeted 700 times and liked 500 times on Twitter.
We’re working on making sure Nina brings something even better to WebExpo 2016.
Tomasz is a frontend developer from Poland and a true practitioner. He will tackle solving problems and what you can actually build, not a description of properties and methods.
Are you fans of the company Information Architects? If you’re interested in designing interfaces, including those for chat, you’re in the right place.
Adrian works as a UX designer with Google and likes to experiment. This is evident on his homepage, which was recently featured in the magazine CO.Design.
"Sexts aside, the Zumbrunnen chatbot was a hit. Why did visitors love it so much?" -CO.Design
If you’re in the business of taming data in MySQL and want to learn more about the properties of the new version, you should come see Johannes.
In the open-source community, he is well-known for his role as the release manager of PHP 5.3. At any rate, he works at Oracle as the head of the development teams working with PHP, Python, and Node.JS.
If you’ve got ideas for your own product or company, Evan will be a welcome inspiration.
According to Ondra Bartoš, we’ll love hearing from this young startupist for his fiery energy. He’s both a motivational and entertaining speaker.
Evan describes himself as a miracle of nature. He claims to have the recipe on how to take ideas and successfully execute them. He made his money thanks to several of his own projects, and at the moment, he invests in another nine.
“Using creativity, ideas and magic, he builds products in a way you’ll never forget.” –evanluthra.com
Want to work in a team that’s in tune with each other and knows what their doing? Rands wrote an entire book on the topic of leading development teams, which was based on his experience at Apple, Pinterest, and Netscape.
Lukáš Plíhal, who often wrestles with different types of teams, recommends taking a quick look at these articles on the topic by Rands on his blog: Version 1.0, Your People, The Nerd Handbook, What To Do When You're Screwed, Innovation is a fight, and Design Primer for Engineers.
This talk, which touches on three of this year’s obsessions, deals with the perpetual theme of organizational efficiency and influencing results.
"Michael Lopp’s job at Pinterest is to basically make sure he doesn’t have anything to do all day." –Techcrunch
Do you have a desire to create a product? Lukáš will share his experiences with building an engineering product startup.
In order for us to be successful at building startups, we need strong examples. Apiary is one of the few from Czech Republic that can still teach us a lot.
“An API Testing Service To Reduce 'Broken' Software” –Forbes