On Agile | Down the pub with Mark

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  1. SitePoint Podcast #35: Typographic Design with Mark Boulton

    "This week, Matt Magain (@mattymcg) catches up with Mark Boulton at Web Directions South 2009 to discuss web design, typography, and why they aren’t the separate things they may appear to be."


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  2. Handling Advertising with Mark Boulton | The Web Ahead

    Advertising is a major business model for the web. Yet most ads arrive from a parallel universe, an industry of CPMs, ad units, and inflexible demands. As designers and developers, how can we best work with ads on the web? Mark Boulton joins Jen Simmons to explore.

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  3. Typography’s not on the Web, it IS the Web

    Mark Boulton at The Future of Web Design in London.


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  4. Mark Boulton on design

    Mark Boulton recently spoke via Skype to my User-Centered Interface Design class at The Art Institute of Atlanta on the principles of design as they apply to the web, and his experience in the industry.


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  5. SmashingConf San Francisco 2016 - Mark Boulton

    Gone are the days of knowing what our content is, where and when it’s being displayed, and what our users might be doing at the time. We’re all designing systems now. Modular bits and pieces designed to fit together flawlessly and responsively whenever the user needs it. Or are we happy designing in abstraction without getting our hands dirty with the real problems of web design: People problems, technology problems, content problems. Mark has been working in large scale publishing design systems for a decade or so, and in this talk, he will walk through the challenging design systems he’s been involved with.

    Original video: https://vimeo.com/163510673
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  6. 5by5 | The Web Ahead #9: Mark Boulton on Grids

    5by5 - The Web Ahead #9: Mark Boulton on Grids


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  7. 5by5 | The Web Ahead #9: Mark Boulton on Grids

    5by5 - The Web Ahead #9: Mark Boulton on Grids


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  8. Mark Boulton: In Between

    Mark Boulton speaking at the Responsive Day Out in Brighton on March 1st.

    The Responsive Day Out is an affordable, enjoyable gathering of UK designers and developers sharing their workflow strategies, techniques, and experiences with responsive web design.


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  9. Mark Boulton - The Ugly Truth about Design Systems

    Design systems are great for scaling design across complex organisations and products. But in our drive for scale, consistency and standards, have we considered the risks and the cost? What are the problems we may face and how can we overcome them? In this talk, Mark will expose the ugly truth of rolling out design systems; from engineering and code, to designers and stakeholders and provide guidance from his experience of producing design systems for over a decade. About Mark leads digital communications at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) where he’s building delivery teams, developing a design system for Life Sciences, and trying to figure out how to scale design in a scientific environment where the bottom line is discovery not dollars. Prior to working at EMBL, Mark was Design Director at Monotype where he led scaling of a new design system across the company’s portfolio of products. Previously, Mark ran a design studio and worked on design systems for CERN, Al Jazeera, and ESPN. Mark lives in Wales with his wife, two daughters and a dog that thinks it’s a bear.

    Original video: https://vimeo.com/356885057
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  10. The Gently Mad #41: Mark Boulton - Goodstuff FM

    Mark Boulton, a renowned designer, publisher and writer joins Adam to talk about growing up in Manchester, his early influences and how he ended up founding and then selling a very successful web shop.


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