4 Geeks, 1 Night: A battle to remember!
Don’t miss the first ever Geek Ninja Factory evening social featuring web gurus Andy Clarke and Remy Sharp in a battle of wits with iOS masters Sarah Parmenter and Aral Balkan via a series of four presentations exploring the gamut of techniques and technologies for designing and developing for mobile devices.
Following the two battle rounds, you will get your say in the final Sudden Death Round where all four geek ninjas will debate the issue and answer questions from the audience.
Oh, and did we mention that there’s a bar and lots of booze?
So what are you waiting for? Reserve your seat today at the hottest geeky/ninja-y/web-vs-native-y/social-evening-y community event in Brighton in the second week of March ever.
Andy “M(alarkey) Bison” Clarke
Andy Clarke has been called many things since he started designing for the web over ten years ago. His ego likes words like “ambassador for CSS,” “industry prophet,” and “inspiring,” but he’s most proud that Jeffrey Zeldman once called him a “bastard.” He runs Stuff and Nonsense, a small web design company that specialises in designing highly usable and attractive websites.
Andy’s a renowned public speaker and presents at web design conferences worldwide. He is the author of the best-selling books Transcending CSS and Hardboiled Web Design, writes the popular blog And All That Malarkey, and tweets as @malarkey.
Remy “Cyclops” Sharp
Sarah “Cammy” Parmenter
Sarah Parmenter specialises in User Interface Design for iOS devices and the web, she regularly makes contributions to online web design related websites and written features to various magazines. Sarah also speaks at web design conferences around the world and is lucky to consult, and work for, many companies that we all know and love.
Aral “Ken” Balkan
Aral Balkan is an independent user experience designer and developer with over a decade of experience in creating web, Flash, desktop, and mobile applications.
His iPhone app, Feathers, was featured by Apple as “New and Notable” and reached #1 in the What’s Hot list in the US. It is often cited as an example of beautiful, emotional design. Aral aims to build beautiful, empathic apps that create joy and delight.
|Geek Ninja Factory at Lighthouse Arts & Training|
|6:30 pm–7:00 pm||
Doors open, drinks bar
|7:00 pm–7:25 pm||
Andy Clarke: Designing the mobile web with HTML5
|7:30 pm–7:55 pm||
Remy Sharp: Developing the mobile web with HTML5
|7:55 pm–8:25 pm||
|8:30 pm–8:55 pm||
Sarah Parmenter: Designing for iPhone
|9:00 pm–9:25 pm||
Aral Balkan: Developing for iPhone
|9:30 pm–9:55 pm||
Final round: Open dojo
|10:00 pm–10:55 pm||
Social, drinks bar