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"The Browser is Not a Document Reader" by @rachelnabors

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Presentación realizada en el #webcat Barcelona de Junio 2013. …

Presentación realizada en el #webcat Barcelona de Junio 2013.

Autora: Rachel Nabors (@rachelnabors)

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RECURSOS:

- Rachel Nabors web
http://rachelnabors.com/

- "Web technologies need an owner" by Joe Hewitt
http://joehewitt.com/2011/09/22/web-technologies-need-an-owner

- The Black Brick Road
http://codepen.io/rachelnabors/full/lqswg

- Apple MacPro
http://www.apple.com/mac-pro/

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  • 1. The Browser is not a Document Reader with @RachelNabors of RachelNabors.com
  • 2. The Era of Flash
  • 3. Smell the load screen.
  • 4. Everyone wanted to be a Dunkleosteus, erm, Flash Developer.
  • 5. iOS says no to Flash
  • 6. Rise of the Front End Dev
  • 7. The environment was irreversibly changed.
  • 8. New Niches ● HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript were able to rise to the occasion. ● Many designers, developers and generalists began crossing into each others' territories.
  • 9. An evolving role
  • 10. Increasingly static ● Clients have gotten used to hearing, “You can't do that on an iPhone!” ● Designers and developers have let themselves be limited by Internet Explorer
  • 11. Equal & Opposite Reactions From: ● Interactive ● Show-offy ● Over-the-top ● Unorthodox design To: ● Content-first ● Reserved ● User-focused ● Magazine-like
  • 12. from the anime Serial Experiments Lain
  • 13. “My prediction is that, unless the leadership vacuum is filled, the Web is going to retreat back to its origins as a network of hyperlinked documents. The Web will be just another app that you use...” —Joe Hewitt, Web Technologies Need an Owner, 2011
  • 14. We have the power ● ● ● ● ● ● HTML5 Audio, Video SVG Canvas CSS3 Animation and Transitions Web Audio API Web GL
  • 15. We can do this Apply what we've learned from the worst offences of Flash: ● User Experience ● Accessibility ● Performance and size
  • 16. Interaction != “Flashy” Not every interaction is going to look like this: http://codepen.io/rachelnabors/full/lqswg We can do interactions right, for all experiences: http://www.apple.com/mac-pro/
  • 17. Return of the Interaction Developer
  • 18. What we can do ● Define yourself by the things you make, not the tools you use ● Evolve with the environment ● Cross pollinate, reach out to people outside your circls
  • 19. And above all else remember: What we build today determines what browsers and networks support tomorrow. Thank you! @RachelNabors of RachelNabors.com

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