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  1. All Constraints are Beautiful - Charlie Owen

    We so often consider constraints to be a negative. We have become convinced that they stop us doing what we want and that, therefore, they prevent us from being our most creative. But constraints are actually the most beautiful thing in the world. Constraints are what give us direction. Constraints are what give us focus. Constraints are what give us empathy. In this talk Charlie will tell us how constraints are something that should be sought out and embraced, especially in the infinite chaos of the web.

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/335856612
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  2. The Scoville Scale of Web Font Loading Opinions - Zach Leatherman

    Fonts on the web have a long, storied, and sometimes problematic history for not just web site designers and developers, but typographers, type foundries, and web font hosts too. We all want type to solve real problems but what happens our typographic opinions are in conflict—who takes priority? In this talk we’ll analyse a few of these spicy opinions, rank a few hot takes on the Scoville Scale, and learn how we can improve real-world experiences when using fonts on the web.

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/336091879
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  3. I Don’t Care What Airbnb is Doing - Stephen Hay

    … and Neither Should You! “Hey, have you seen that thing that Airbnb did? Let’s do something like that.” When thinking about how to solve our design problems, we often look to what others are doing. And when we don’t, our stakeholders do. We call this “inspiration”. But at the heart of it is a focus on solutions rather than problems. We fall in love with a solution to someone else’s problem and try to make it fit our own. We contribute to design sameness, and confuse it with reasoned convention. In making things easier for ourselves, we might miss opportunities to really make a difference. In this presentation at beyond tellerrand, Stephen will explore the why and how of deeply understanding design problems. He’ll look at why it’s important to think outside of the box, when it’s appropriate to look at the work of others, and what to do with it when we do.

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/336085876
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  4. Take Back Your Web - Tantek Çelik

    We used to control our online identities, content, and experience. We now share Twitter names instead of domains; even web developers tweet and post on Medium instead of their own sites. We scroll social media and feel empty instead of reading news & blogs to feel informed and connected. Algorithmic feeds amplify rage & conspiracies, enabling tribal ad-targeting to polarise and spread misinformation, threatening democracy itself. What happened? And what are we doing to fix it? That’s a big question that will require all of us, our communities, our employers, to shift. I don’t want to wait, and you probably don’t either. What can you do for yourself, today? Own your domain. Own your content. Own your social connections. Own your reading experience. IndieWeb services, tools, and standards enable you to take back your web.

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/336343886
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  5. Gerrit van Aaken - Webfonts outside the lab

    In 2017 we celebrated the tenth anniversary of real world @font-face usage – what has changed since then? Is the typographic culture in the web more sophisticated now? What are the challenges with licensing, clients and pageview counting? We will take a look beyond the glamorous but unrealistic agency websites and freelancer portfolios. Welcome to the real world of webfonts in 2018!

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  6. Zach Leatherman | The Five Whys of Web Font Loading Performance | performance.now() 2018

    (Until YouTube allows replacing videos, audio issues are fixed at https://vimeo.com/304099438)

    Slides: https://noti.st/zachleat/KNaZEg/the-five-whys-of-web-font-loading-performance About Zach: https://www.zachleat.com/

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  7. SmashingConf San Francisco 2017 - Laura Elizabeth on Selling Design Systems

    The battle between designer and developer has often been written about. An oversimplified conclusion to these posts would be to empathize and learn the basics of the other’s craft. This is great advice but not very practical. Pattern Libraries (or style guides) not only help the developer implement the designer’s work more easily, they also force the designer to think about how their work is going to be used in the web. Pattern Libraries could very well be the end of the war between the two disciplines. This talk will outline not only the why of the Pattern Library but also (and crucially) the how.

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/214120678
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  8. SmashingConf San Francisco 2017 - Tim Kadlec on Unseen

    What you don’t know can’t hurt you, at least that’s the old saying. But on the web, it is precisely the things that you don’t know and can’t see that can cause the biggest headaches. The web is an unstable and unpredictable environment and every day there are complications that go unnoticed and unseen—but not by the people trying to use your site. Building a stable, usable experience online requires that we broaden our perspective.

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/214930253
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  9. Nathan Curtis on Buttons in Design Systems

    Buttons are arguably a design system’s most important component. Devilishly simple, they offer a simple label in a defined region you can press. As such, buttons are where you apply a design language’s base attributes in ways that’ll ripple throughout more complex component later. In this talk, Nathan will cover 12 lessons that he has learned when working on primary buttons, secondary buttons, and a whole host of other button types in an emerging system.

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/223433031
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  10. Mystery Speaker Harry Roberts

    This is "Mystery Speaker Harry Roberts" by Smashing Magazine on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

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    Original video: https://vimeo.com/223432294
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