1. John Allsopp made the long journey from Australia to Berlin to join us for the first beyond tellerrand in Berlin.

    Title: The Web's future is offline

    Description:
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    The Web is in most people's mind synonymous with the internet. And that of course means no internet connection, no Web. However this association is holding back how, and what, we build for the Web.

    Just as native apps can, once installed, run on a device even with poor or now connectivity, it's a little known fact that so too can Web sites and apps. In this session, John will look at the technologies that enable the offline Web, including AppCache, Web Storage, and Service Workers, and more importantly the philosophy behind, and opportunity presented by the 'offline first' Web.

    Whether you're a developer who build for the Web, or someone who designs Web experiences, you'll come away with a whole new understanding of what we can build using Web technologies.
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    Watch this little recap video to get an impression how beyond tellerrand events look like:
    vimeo.com/69823900

    MORE INFORMATION
    Talk & speaker bio:
    beyondtellerrand.com/berlin-2014/speakers/john-allsopp/

    Information about beyond tellerrand:
    beyondtellerrand.com/
    twitter.com/btconf

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  2. Tim Kadlec joined us for the very first time at the very first beyond tellerrand in Berlin. He did a great talk, which was called “The Space Between”. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did/do!

    Title: The Space Between

    Description:
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    Historically, the intermediary states of our sites have been neglected. The transition between the starting and ending points has been treated as an afterthought, one we begrudgingly fix because they’re there and they stick out like a sore thumb. But the web is maturing, and our roles are shifting as it does. Through careful choreography we can make sure that these intermediate states feel intentional. That they don’t break our users state of flow, but help to maintain it. The result will be more delightful experiences for our users—from start to finish and every step along the way.
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    Watch this little recap video to get an impression how beyond tellerrand events look like:
    vimeo.com/69823900

    MORE INFORMATION
    Talk & speaker bio:
    beyondtellerrand.com/berlin-2014/speakers/tim-kadlec/

    Information about beyond tellerrand:
    beyondtellerrand.com/
    twitter.com/btconf

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  3. I tried to get Andy over for years and years. And finally, when I started the first event in Berlin, he was able to join us. Thanks again, Andy!

    Title: Counting stars: Creativity over predictability

    Description:
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    Our industry has matured into something that’s very different from the almost joyfully naive, creative designer’s playground that it was when I started. While we focus our thoughts onto processes, methods and mechanics, instead of ideas, we’re losing the creative ‘soul’ of our work. I’m hopeful that all’s not lost and that we can make work that’s memorable if we focus as much on creativity as we do on implementation.
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    Watch this little recap video to get an impression how beyond tellerrand events look like:
    vimeo.com/69823900

    MORE INFORMATION
    Talk & speaker bio:
    beyondtellerrand.com/berlin-2014/speakers/andrew-clarke/

    Information about beyond tellerrand:
    beyondtellerrand.com/
    twitter.com/btconf

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  4. Ola was the last addition to the speaker line-up in Düsseldorf, May 2014. Her topic directly caught me and I was happy to have her on board of btconf Düsseldorf

    Title: “Say Hello To Offline First”

    Description:
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    Re-Imagining Web Design and Development for the Real World

    We live in a disconnected & battery-powered world. Devices and user interactions have changed enormously over the years. What hasn't changed is the internet itself and the way how we concept and build applications in it.

    Offline First does not only mean reverting our design processes and creating apps for offline use first. In this new world where "online" is just a feature and not default state, we have to find new approaches and patterns for our thoughts and processes in app design and development.

    This talk will cover the philosophy behind and current state of offline support on the web, the starting points and the design challenges posed by developing a first-class offline experience, and it will also give you first insights in the technical parts.

    How can we change the way the web is built?
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    Watch this little video to get an impression how beyond tellerrand events look like:
    vimeo.com/69823900

    MORE INFORMATION
    Talk & speaker bio:
    2014.beyondtellerrand.com/speakers/ola-gasidlo/

    beyond tellerrand:
    beyondtellerrand.com/
    twitter.com/btconf

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  5. Karen was part of beyond tellerrand // Düsseldorf 2014, where she gave a great talk about content strategy and more. Thanks for being part of btconf 2014, Karen!

    Title: “Content in a Zombie Apocalypse”

    Description:
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    Friends, a zombie apocalypse is upon us: an onslaught of new mobile devices, platforms, and screen sizes, hordes of them descending every day. We're outmatched. There aren't enough designers and developers to battle every platform. There aren't enough editors and writers to populate every screen size. Defeating the zombies will require flexibility and stamina—in our content. We'll have to separate our content from its form, so it can adapt appropriately to different contexts and constraints. We'll have to change our production workflow so we're not just shoveling content from one output to another. And we'll have to enhance our content management tools and interfaces so they're ready for the future. Surviving the zombie apocalypse is possible. In this talk Karen will explain how: by developing a content strategy that treats all our platforms as if they're equally important.
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    Watch this little video to get an impression how beyond tellerrand events look like:
    vimeo.com/69823900

    MORE INFORMATION
    Talk & speaker bio:
    2014.beyondtellerrand.com/speakers/karen-mcgrane/

    beyond tellerrand:
    beyondtellerrand.com/
    twitter.com/btconf

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