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Stepping back from Web Directions

Goodbyes are hard. I even need to avert my gaze when I walk through that departure gate at the international airport, where all the sad goodbyes take place, lest my eyes water. But they are also some of the few opportunities we get in life to really acknowledge the things that are important. So, here […]

Jonny Mack – Seven Things That Caught My Eye This Week

Some new work music, the trailer for the upcoming Christopher Nolan movie, and a treasure trove of animated gifs. Just some of the 7 things that caught the eye of Jonny Mack this week. Jonny is a product designer at Google, who we are very much looking forward to hosting in the Product Track at […]

Jonathon Colman – Seven Things That Caught My Eye This Week

No doubt about it, we’ve got an amazing collection of interesting and talented people on the Web Directions 2014 program! I got to thinking how they’d stumble upon some pretty interesting things in their travels around the Web, so I got in touch and asked “What’s caught your eye this week?” Jonathon Colman, Content Strategist […]

Tantek Çelik – The Once and Future IndieWeb

Silos like Twitter and Facebook pose huge challenges for the longevity, integrity, and ultimately ownership of the content we create. If you care about these things, you need to checkout the IndieWeb. And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

Alex Mackey – Harden Up Your Ajax

Some solutions for dealing with common Ajax related issues such as timeouts & loss of connectivity. And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

Ben Birch – JavaScript Generators

Introducing some of the new native data structures that are available in modern JavaScript And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

Rod Vagg – Embrace the Asynchronous

Node.js takes asynchronous programming to a new level and has tracked the rise of new approaches to managing complex program flows. And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

Alex Feyerke – Offline First

Faster, more robust and more fun (web) apps. And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

Andrew Fisher – A Device API Safari

Let’s take a tour through the jungle that is the Device API spec and go looking for some new, interesting features of the API. And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

Jared Wyles – On Readable Code

It’s time to start talking about some of the established axioms of readability. And if this floats your boat, you need to get along to the Engineering Track at Web Directions 2014.

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  • Web Directions Design 2019

    Australia's design conference with the world's leading expert

    Melbourne April 11 & 12 2019

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  • Web Directions Code 2019

    Australia's conference for JavaScript and Front End Engineers

    Melbourne June 20 & 21 2019

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  • Web Directions Product 2019

    Australia's conference for Product professionals

    Melbourne August 1 & 2 2019

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  • Web Directions Summit 2019

    Our legendary event. Two big tracks, one Product/Design, one Developer focused.

    Sydney November 2019

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