Fix That Bug Already: New Smashing Front-End & UX Workshops

With so much going on in the industry, there is probably that one topic that you’d love to finally understand but never had time for. Or your company has a problem, and you aren’t sure how to address it? Well, we’ve got your back with a line-up of hands-on full-day workshops in London and Berlin — just for you.

Workshops in London, UK

Dan Rubin Visual Design Essentials by Dan Rubin
Action and intent—that’s what the great designers focus on. In this workshop, you’ll learn techniques on how to manage the process, translate ideas into designs and even how to deliver a constructive critique. Read more…
Vitaly Friedman Responsive Design by Vitaly Friedman
In this workshop, Vitaly will present practical techniques, clever tricks and useful strategies from real-life projects that you will definitely find quite useful when working on any responsive design project. Read more…
Addy Osmani The Front-End Warrior by Addy Osmani
This is a workshop aimed at front-end intermediates who want to learn more about how modern front-end tooling can help save their time and improve (nay, automate) their front-end development workflow. Read more…
Aaron Gustafson Adaptive Interfaces by Aaron Gustafson
By being flexible in our approach and embracing the unknown, we can create user experiences that are intended to vary from device to device, browser to browser, and network to network. Read more…

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Workshops in Berlin, Germany

Remy Sharp Node.JS by Remy Sharp
This workshop is a fully packed day of learning resources and exercises to get you quickly up and running with all the fundamentals you need to create your own Node.js-backed application. Read more…
RWD Workflow by Stephen Hay
This workshop is geared toward designers who aren’t afraid of stepping out of their comfort zone, as well as front-end developers who are heavily involved in the design process. Read more…
Shipping Your Product by Rachel Andrew
In this workshop you will learn from Rachel’s experience in launching a product, creating an action plan tailored to your own product idea, listing the things you will need to do to launch your own product, and more! Read more…
Prototyping For Designers by Dan Rubin
With the help of Dan’s workshop, you’ll learn how to prepare for and perform a basic usability test, and tips on how to incorporate testing into your existing design workflow. Read more…

More workshops in Berlin →

This isn’t the final list, though. Even more Smashing full-day workshops are underway — please stay tuned! It would be our great pleasure to personally meet you at one of the workshops. If you, your colleague, boss, relative, neighbor or anyone else has a question, feel free to drop us an email. We aren’t going anywhere, you know.

Cheers, and stay smashing!
Cat, Nadja, Jan & Markus

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Cat is event manager in the Smashing Events team and is committed to bringing you the very best content and speakers from all around the world. From conferences to workshops, Cat, Nadja, Jan and Vitaly work to provide as many amazing learning opportunities as possible — all with a little something extra, the Smashing touch!

  1. 1

    Mostly men presenters. Hm, the state of our industry. Nevertheless when are you coming to the States?

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  2. 2

    And how about India? I’d love to visit a workshop here in Delhi.

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  3. 3

    When will you have a conference in the U.S.?

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      Dear Elise and Nicole, we will be moving to the U.S. in 2014 as well, but pssst, keep it confidential. ;)

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  4. 5

    These workshops look really awesome. I wish I was in either London or Berlin! :( Would love a workshop in Melbourne, or a webinar.

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    Fantastic! Yippee…can’t wait to see you in London. :)

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