The Future of Web Design 2013 Videos

The Future of Web Design 2013 Videos

I received an email today from the excellent Treehouse learning platform – of which I am a Silver member – offering video clips of the Future of Web Design 2013 to Gold members.  I really wanted to watch them and considered upgrading my membership but the idea of practically doubling my membership subscription from $25 per month to $49 per month to watch videos from last year that are available on the web didn’t sit well with me.  To that end I’ve gathered the various videos together here for anyone that wants to see them.

I’ve done my best to put them in chronological order as they were seen during the FOWD but correct me if I’m wrong!

Magic and Mobile – Khoi Vinh

The Long Web – Jeremy Keith at FOWD 2013

Hacking the Future – Linda Sandvik as seen at FOWD 2013

This clip isn’t from the Future of Web Design conference but its the same presentation show there

Drawing on Quicksand: Think Responsively, Design Responsibly – Jason Pamental at FOWD 2013

Contextual Design: Creating the Anytime Everywhere Experience at FOWD 2013

Designing Products That Help People Work Better – Charles Warren at FOWD 2013

I can’t find this clip anywhere – let me know if you find a copy!

Don’t Believe Your Eyes – How to Design for Colour-Blindness – Geri Coady at FOWD 2013

Creative CSS: Thinking in the Third Dimension – Val Head at FOWD 2013

Psychology for Designers – Joe Leech

I as unable to find this anywhere but Joe Leech’s book of the name: A Pocket Guide to Psychology for Designers.

Digital Experiences and the Mobile Customer – Tammie Helm at FOWD 2013

I can’t find this clip anywhere – let me know if you find a copy!

We’re Doing It Wrong: Prototyping the Future of the Web – Steve Hickey at FOWD 2013

I can’t find this clip anywhere – let me know if you find a copy!

Designing for Archives – Allan Tan at FOWD 2013

I can’t find this clip anywhere – let me know if you find a copy!

Your Responsive Toolbox – Jacob Surber from Adobe

The video below is actually Jacob’s “Responsive design with Edge Reflow” from the HTML5DevConf conference but very similar

Modern Style Guides For a Better Tomorrow – Shay Howe at FOWD 2013

I can’t find this clip anywhere – let me know if you find a copy!

Atomic Content: The Key to Every RWD Project – Steve Fisher at FOWD 2013

I can’t find this clip anywhere – let me know if you find a copy!

Refactoring Web Interfaces / Realigning & Refactoring UI – Jina Boulton

This isn’t the presentation at FOWD 2013 but is the same one from SassConf

jQuery is a Swiss Army Knife (and That’s OK) – Adam Sontag

This isn’t the presentation at FOWD 2013 but is the same one from jQuery UK 2013

Designing For HTML5 APIs – Jenn Simmons at FOWD 2013

I can’t find this clip anywhere – let me know if you find a copy!

Just My Type: Successful Branding and Typography – Jim Kidwell at FOWD 2013

I can’t find this clip anywhere – let me know if you find a copy!

5-Star User Experience: What Going Out to Eat Teaches Us About UX Design – Jimmy Chandler at FOWD 2013

I can’t find this clip anywhere – let me know if you find a copy!

CSS Pre-processors: Sass, Less, & Stylus – Bermon Painter at FOWD 2013

I can’t find this clip anywhere – let me know if you find a copy! If you have a Silver membership at Treehouse however, this is one of the few full videos available with it.

Storytelling the Future: Momentum Making For Your Projects – Dane Howard at FOWD 2013

I can’t find this clip anywhere – let me know if you find a copy!

Making Projects Easy – Brett Harned at FOWD 2013

I can’t find this clip anywhere – let me know if you find a copy!

Designing for the Forgotten User – John McKinney and Tim Boisvert at FOWD 2013

Keynote – Cloud Filmmaking: The Creative Wisdom of Crowds – Tiffany Shlain

This isn’t the presentation at FOWD 2013, it is from the NAMLE 2013 Keynote which appears very similar

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