Webconf.asia will be postponed. Given the current events and situation in Hong Kong, we are unfortunately forced to postpone this year's edition, but we are planning to reschedule to August 2020. Read the more elaborate statement.
We hope you will join us at Webconf.asia Light. An evening event on Wednesday, November 20, 2019. It's free too!
The past years we hosted Val Head, Vitaly Friedman, Jake Archibald, Oliver Reichenstein, Monica Dinculescu, Tim Holman, Rachel Andrew and many more!
We don't have a Call for Speakers.
Hui Jing Chen & Charis Rooda
Charis Rooda is the person who started this whole Webconf.asia thing and a developer herself too.
Meet our speakers:
Developer Advocate for Material Design at Google
Una Kravets is a Brooklyn-based international public speaker, technical writer, and Developer Advocate for Material Design at Google. She has written for various online publications such as A List Apart, 24 Ways, Smashing Magazine, and SitePoint, and started both the DC and Austin Sass Meetup groups. Una also co-hosts the Toolsday developer podcast and loves to experiment with CSS, image performance, and creative UI.
Una will be talking about CSS Houdini.
Front-end Developer at Shopify.com
Robyn Larsen is a front-end developer, entrepreneur, and speaker. Robyn is also an active community member who advises numerous startups across multiple industries and frequently mentors women in tech and STEM. She is is a member of the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) with Microsoft and Avalanche Canada.
She builds tools for entrepreneurs on the International team at Shopify, is co-founder of Zona Fitness Academy, and teaches Zero to Launch workshops for entrepreneurs through Embrk, she is a globe trotting, adrenaline junkie currently living the remote dream in Singapore.
Robyn will be talking about Internationalization.
User-experience Designer and Front-end Architect at OddBird
She is a user-experience expert, and a pioneer of modern CSS techniques – member of the Sass core team, and creator of the popular Susy and True libraries. Miriam is a staff writer for CSS Tricks, co-author of SitePoint’s Jump Start Sass.
Director of Web Advocacy & Open Source, Samsung Research UK
Dan is a Web and Mobile industry veteran. He has been an entrepreneur and CTO, working in the early days of the web. Later he also worked for European mobile operators, helping to develop the standards and technologies behind the mobile web. He subsequently worked for the UK Government Digital Service helping to develop open standards strategy.
Daniel will be talking about Why We Need a more Ethical Web.
Performance Engineer at csswizardry.com
Harry is an award-winning Consultant Performance Engineer from the UK. With a client list ranging from the United Nations to Google, the BBC to the Financial Times, he has helped some of the world’s largest organisations make their websites faster.
He also holds positions as a Google Developer Expert, where he shares web performance research and findings, and as Performance Ambassador for SHIFT Commerce, where he aims to make ecommerce faster from the inside out.
Company Chairman and Co-Founder, Clearleft
As a renown Design Leader and agency CEO, Andy helps companies with issues of customer experience, product strategy, and digital transformation. Andy is a designer at heart, having spent over 20 years in the field. He loves using his knowledge of design, technology, and human behaviour to influence product strategy.
In his early career Andy helped pioneer the field of Web Standards through his work, his blog (one of the highest trafficked in the UK at the time), and the publication of his best selling book - CSS Mastery. Later, Andy helped popularise the field of UX design, setting up the UKs first dedicated UX agency, along with it’s first and arguably best UX conference.
Never happier than when he's diving some remote tropical atoll, Andy is a qualified PADI dive instructor and retired shark wrangler.
Andy will be talking about The Accidental Design Leader.
Co-founder & CPO of Confrere
Ida Aalen is Chief Product Officer and co-founder of the video conferencing startup Confrere. Ida has 10 years of experience with UX and content strategy. Before joining Confrere, she worked for seven years at the consultancy Netlife Design.
She’s especially happy when she gets to work with people from other fields than her own. She’s passionate about user testing and user research, and has made it her mission to prove that there’s no such thing as no time or noresources for user testing. Fun fact: She has a mutant named after her.
Ida will be talking about Affordable User Testing.
Creative Director and Founder, SuperFriendly
Dan Mall is a creative director and advisor from Philly. He’s the founder of SuperFriendly, a design collaborative that helps in-house teams make better digital products with design systems. Dan is an enthralled husband & dad, author of Pricing Design, and co-founder of SuperBooked, a service that helps you find work with a little help from your friends. He writes about design and other issues on Twitter and on his industry-recognized site, danmall.me.
Dan will be talking about Putting the ‘Design’ in Design Systems. He will also be giving a full day workshop on the day before the conference, come back soon for more info on that!
Illustrator at Vic Lee
Vic Lee is a poet, an urban wordsmith who beautifies surfaces with typographic fantasticalisms. An ink loving, coffee supping, spoked wheel rider from London Town. He breaks bland with elaboration and modern elegance.
Using typography and frolicking lines, his art has been commissioned by the likes of Nike, Virgin Atlantic, Mercedes and The Famous Grouse to name a few. There is a romanticism to Vics work that encourages engagement and a smile in the mind.
His murals are freestyled and rarely planned out. His sweeping lines are testament to his commitment to his artform, Its a union of sorts between his pen and the surface he works to, an understanding of the visual harmony that can make a surface breathe and come alive.
Vic will be talking about The Pursuit of Happiness