beyond tellerrand Munich 2018

Took place
15 — 17 January
09:00 — 19:00
Munich, Lenbachplatz 8, Münchner Künstlerhaus
from €279

The idea of meeting people was always one of the main reasons for running beyond tellerrand. But obviously without the speakers of such an event, a massive part would be missing. The speakers are the core of such an event, their talks and topics are what drives the conversations in the breaks and after the event. Also for Munich, we gave our very best to find exciting, interesting and diverse topics for you:

Robin Christopherson — From AI to robots, from apps to wearables — let’s design for everyone, OK?

A future-facing overview of designing for every user across the broad range of UIs and platforms of tomorrow. Packed with practical illustrations and demos — attending this one’s a no-brainer.

Simon Collison — The Internet of Natural Things

Simon will discuss the ways digital technology can strengthen our connection to the world around us, and actually benefit our well-being. He’ll lift the lid on his research so far, share some experiential optimism, and outline ideas for ensuring the products we create have a positive influence on our lives.

Carla Diana — Robotics in Our Everyday Lives: A Product Designer’s Perspective

Diana will explore the emergence of smart objects in the home, highlighting designers’ opportunities to pioneer new territory in rich interaction, while emphasising the importance of creating products that are meaningful and responsible. She will share case studies from the front lines of design and creative technology, showcasing how art, science and business are merging to enable new product experiences.

Vitaly Friedman — New Adventures in Responsive Web Design

Vitaly will be looking into a strategy for crafting fast, resilient and flexible responsive design systems by utilising all of those wonderful shiny web technologies we have available today. We’ll also talk about dealing with legacy browsers and will cover a few dirty little techniques that might ensure that your responsive websites will stay relevant, flexible and accessible in the years to come.

Mark Robbins — Interactive Email

In this talk we’ll explore what advanced techniques can be used and which email clients they work in. Covering simple image galleries to advances functional shopping carts and 3D gaming, all useable directly in the inbox.

Sara Soueidan — SVG Filters: The Crash Course

SVG comes with a set of filter primitives that enable you to recreate Photoshop-grade effects in the browser, using a few lines of code. While the syntax and attributes of these filters may seem intimidating and not very friendly at first, once you get a grasp of how they work, you’ll have a very powerful tool in your arsenal.

And more.


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