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Learning Through Stealing: How to Become Better At Your Craft

This past weekend, I had the great privilege to speak to a group of incredible creators/designers/makers at WordCamp Ann Arbor (#WCA2). We packed out a small room at the University of Michigan and I spoke to them all about how to become a better designer through the art of stealing. WordCamp New York is This […]

Speaking: Typography & User Experience

I had the great pleasure of speaking on Web Typography and User Experience at WordCamp San Francisco this year. Check out the video and the slides! Typography and User Experience – WCSF from Sara Cannon

WordCamp Birmingham 2014

Speaking at WordCamp Birmingham

I’m am so thrilled that I am going to be speaking Saturday Aug 16th at  WordCamp Birmingham! This year, the incredible Andrew Searles has headed up as lead organizer with an incredible team of co-organizers and volunteers. What they are bringing to our community this weekend is going to be FABULOUS and I can’t thank […]

Smart Design & More at WordCamp Chicago

This weekend Range is at WordCamp Chicago! As a team, we were on a panel today about “How to do big things with a small team” and then I gave a solo talk on “Smart Design.” Check out the slides below and I’ll post when the video is up. Looking forward to more talks tomorrow! […]

Speaking at WordCamp Atlanta

I’m so excited to be speaking at WordCamp Atlanta this Saturday! If you haven’t got tickets, its already SOLD OUT at 450 people. WOW. If you’ve missed it, be sure to keep an eye on 2013.Birmingham.WordCamp.org for a date announcement & early tickets for late summer.

Speaking at WordCamp Phoenix

I’m thrilled to be giving my third talk at WordCamp Phoenix! I’ve grown to love Chandler and WCPHX over the years and all the amazing talented speakers. My talk is titled: “Designer vs Developer – Creators in WordPress” This talk will explore myths & preconceptions about roles.. When we push these boundaries, we can achieve […]

Speaking at the IPSA Event: “Thinking Retina First: Designing for HiDPI”

“Thinking Retina First: Designing for HiDPI” When: Friday, November 2nd, 11:30-1pm (networking 11:30-noon) Where: Innovation Depot, Training Room, 1500 1st. Ave. N RSVP: Free to attend Devices that consume the web are being created at a never-before heard of rate. They’re getting smaller, lighter, faster, sharper, and sexier. The density of screens are even beginning […]