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A new sphere.it initiative, a conference focused on:

Frontend Development

April 17, 2018 | Kraków, Poland Get tickets

About the conference

Frontend.sphere is a meetup focused around User Experience and User Interface development. The meetup is a sneak peak version of what we are planning for next year: a 2-day track devoted to Front-End development and JavaScript Renaissance.

This year, Frontend.sphere is a small companion event to Sphere.it, focused on Progressive Web Apps and Prototyping Microinteractions.

Agenda – overview

Tuesday - April 17

Calm Technologies: Prototyping Microinteractions

Abstract:
Photos of human faces increase sales and conversions, but how many pictures can you remember from the apps you use every day? In many cases the interface is only one way to communicate with the user, so schemes and buttons become the face of a product. Would you like it to be relaxed or attentive, friendly or emotionless?

Microinteractions define the emotional impact of a product.

- What do people expect from interactions?
- Emotional impression as part of silent communication
- Loops & Modes: triggers initiate feedback
- Preventing user error
- Interactions as imitations of intelligence
Mira Łużanowa UX Specialist at VirtusLab
19:15 to 19:45

PWA's and their place in order

Abstract:
Progressive Web Apps is another buzz term that has appeared across the community in recent last years . Everyone wants to have a PWA version of their application, but what about our beloved Hybrids? We'll demonstrate an end-to-end use case and a POC that was created especially for this topic.

- Short explanation of the technology stack used
- The proper balance between Hybrid and PWA
- What hybrids add to PWA, or what PWA’s add to Hybrids
- Case Study: Stock Flow
- More Buzz under the hood
- Conclusions & discussion
Mateusz Ziarko Front-End Tech Lead at VirtusLab
20:00 to 20:30

Progressive Web AMP

Abstract:
Over 75% of mobile web pages take more than 10 seconds to load, an average loading time is 19 seconds and it is only getting longer. Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is an open source project to simplify web pages for near-instant loading time. On the other hand, Progressive Web Apps (PWA) use advanced web platform features to provide dynamic, engaging and reliable experience on both mobile and web. This presentation will show you how to get the best from both worlds.
Jerzy Głowacki Frontend Web Developer at NexoCode
20:45 to 21:15

The speakers

Jerzy Głowacki
Jerzy Głowacki Frontend Web Developer at NexoCode
Mira Łużanowa
Mira Łużanowa UX Specialist at VirtusLab
Mateusz Ziarko
Mateusz Ziarko Front-End Tech Lead at VirtusLab

Jerzy Głowacki

Bio:
I am Jerzy Głowacki and I am a freelance web developer based in Kraków, Poland. Since 2006 I have been professionally building web sites and web apps. I am interested in new technology (hence the nickname), web browsers, html5, css3, progressive web apps, open source software and iot.

Topic:
Progressive Web AMP

Abstract:
Over 75% of mobile web pages take more than 10 seconds to load, an average loading time is 19 seconds and it is only getting longer. Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) is an open source project to simplify web pages for near-instant loading time. On the other hand, Progressive Web Apps (PWA) use advanced web platform features to provide dynamic, engaging and reliable experience on both mobile and web. This presentation will show you how to get the best from both worlds.

Jerzy Głowacki Frontend Web Developer at NexoCode

Mira Łużanowa

Bio:
Mira focuses on simplification.  Her work involves taking complex ideas and processes and making them work for actual people instead of abstract users.  Her early experience was in cartography and decoding aerial photography. She then moved into work on developing products for wide audiences and then into conducting qualitative research for focus groups.  On a typical day she is currently working with UX on risk management projects.

In her free time, she makes frequent trips to other cities and also teaches dance locally.  This experience has given her additional insights to help her understand how the people in local communities and how to make those communities stronger.  She relaxes by learning languages, reading, and driving anything she can get her hands on, all of which she says helps to get her more into the spirit of life.

Topic:
Calm Technologies: Prototyping Microinteractions

Abstract:
Photos of human faces increase sales and conversions, but how many pictures can you remember from the apps you use every day? In many cases the interface is only one way to communicate with the user, so schemes and buttons become the face of a product. Would you like it to be relaxed or attentive, friendly or emotionless?

Microinteractions define the emotional impact of a product.

– What do people expect from interactions?
– Emotional impression as part of silent communication
– Loops & Modes: triggers initiate feedback
– Preventing user error
– Interactions as imitations of intelligence

Mira Łużanowa UX Specialist at VirtusLab

Mateusz Ziarko

Bio:
Full-time dad of upcoming young Front-End Developer. Addicted to Hard Rock and Heavy Metal music.

Topic:
PWA’s and their place in order

Abstract:
Progressive Web Apps is another buzz term that has appeared across the community in recent last years . Everyone wants to have a PWA version of their application, but what about our beloved Hybrids? We’ll demonstrate an end-to-end use case and a POC that was created especially for this topic.

– Short explanation of the technology stack used
– The proper balance between Hybrid and PWA
– What hybrids add to PWA, or what PWA’s add to Hybrids
– Case Study: Stock Flow
– More Buzz under the hood
– Conclusions & discussion

Mateusz Ziarko Front-End Tech Lead at VirtusLab

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The Opera of Kraków
Lubicz 48
31-512 Kraków

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