May 22, 2015 – Odense, Denmark

A full day with interesting talks, great people and new friendships.

A web conference for designers and developers.

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  • Registration 09:00 - 10:00
  • Toke Kruse

    Making Dreams Come True

    We all have dreams and can relate to them, but not all of us know how to make our dreams come true. My speech today is about that. So today I want to take you on a journey – it’s how I went from being one of the most unfortunate people around, to being one of the most fortunate. Basically this is a motivation speech based on my experiences – it’s how you can do what I did. Or at least an inspirational story.

    10:00 - 11:00 Stage 1
  • Jakob Dam Jensen

    Connection lost… F***

    Mobile internet access is unreliable but we rarely design web applications to handle offline situations. This talk will focus on offline-first app-design with both current and future posibilities.

    Stage 1
    Mette Højlund

    What's the difference?

    What's in a title and what difference does it make what we call ourselves as designers.

    11:05 - 11:35 Stage 2
  • Tobias Ahlin

    A tale of talent, titles, and other discouraging delusions

    With learnings from working at GitHub, Spotify, and being a five-year-old, Tobias takes a close look at why we stop playing and learning new things, and how we created a society that expects us to.

    11:40 - 12:40 Stage 1
  • Lunch 12:40 - 13:35
  • Danielle Jabin

    Making Better Mistakes Tomorrow

    If we’re pushing ourselves, innovating, and trying new things, we'll inevitably make some mistakes on our path to a brighter future. Knowing this, how can we make sure that when we do make mistakes that they are moving us in the right direction faster? In this talk, I'll share some strategies for making "better" mistakes along with specific examples of tactics and techniques we use at Spotify to help us learn better and faster.

    13:35 - 14:35 Stage 1
  • Joe Harrison

    Reimagining responsive design through icons and logos

    This talk explores new ways of applying responsive design thinking to icons and logos, putting a microscope on the details in order to create more considered, future-proof designs.

    14:40 - 15:10 Stage 1
    Thomas Watson

    Digital Nomad Hacker

    A tale about travling around the world all while developing open source software, building a startup, and becoming a better programmer - oh, and there will be code!

    Stage 2
  • Break 15:10 - 15:25
  • Kasper Tidemann

    Design, code, and everything in between

    A talk about who we are, why we are here, the language we speak, and the products we create. A talk about how everything fits together and how some things are meant not to.

    15:25 - 15:55 Stage 1
    Jonas Kelstrup

    Design Thinking, a Beginners Experience

    A talk about the experience learning and using Design Thinking, and why everybody should try it.

    Stage 2
  • Daniel Gjøde

    Young & Stupid

    In this open-hearted talk, Daniel will take you behind the scenes at some of Stupid Studio’s more secret, obscure and passion-driven projects. They will form the visual wallpaper to a conversation about the ethos and thought process behind Stupid Studio’s work. Expect to hear how focusing on craftsmanship and having fun is usually good for business. And learn how it’s sometimes better not to focus at all

    16:00 - 17:00 Stage 1
  • Beer, networking, pizza

    Umbraco will provide beers, Shift will provide Pizza. Afterwards, Nelle's Coffee & Wine will have their doors open for us, with music, beers, wine, gin and coffee.

    17:00 - ??



This year the event is held at Magasinet in Odense.

Magasinet is normally used for concerts and can house 350 people.
The venue is located in the charming Brandts Passage in the city center.

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