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Designing on Solid Foundations

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What is design? Polishing squares until they're circles? Getting your website in as many CSS galleries as possible? No. There's more to it than that, and we need to think deeper about the foundations …

What is design? Polishing squares until they're circles? Getting your website in as many CSS galleries as possible? No. There's more to it than that, and we need to think deeper about the foundations for our work. Design benefits from preparation, making things easier, and anticipating what comes next. In this presentation, Tim will explain how you can up the quality of your work and simplify your output without harming a single pixel.

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  • 1. DES I GN I NG ONSOL I D FOUNDAT I ONS Tim Van Damme/@maxvoltar #Naconf B-
  • 2. ProjectsClients Yourself Others
  • 3. ?
  • 4. Nokia 3310(worst cellphone ever)
  • 5. <TD FONT=ARIALBORDER=2 HEIGHT=50 COLOR=BLACK>
  • 6. ProjectsClients Yourself Others
  • 7. The listsGOOD BAD
  • 8. Preparations
  • 9. “The ProcessToolbox”by Simon Collisonhttp://col.ly/s/794
  • 10. SPPW (Styled Pixels Per Website)(also referred to as “SHAPOW!”)
  • 11. pixels restaurant0 time
  • 12. submersion cohesion pleasure bookindiscretion
  • 13. pixels restaurant webapp0 time
  • 14. Review
  • 15. ProjectsClients Yourself Others
  • 16. Educate
  • 17. What’s a good website?
  • 18. Pricing
  • 19. Project Phases
  • 20. Their job?
  • 21. Approach
  • 22. ProjectsClients Yourself Others
  • 23. comfort zone
  • 24. skillset 0 life
  • 25. Job Titles
  • 26. ProjectsClients Yourself Others
  • 27. Why?
  • 28. How?
  • 29. expert s” fuy re D proficient ntou competent“M advanced beginner novice
  • 30. Next Generation
  • 31. THANK YOU

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