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The Last Advertising Agency on Earth
 
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Join us on Oct 14th, 2012 for the discussion. http://www.etaevent.com A short film about what the future of advertising might look like. Produced by Saatchi & Saatchi Canada, Tool, Pirate, Rooster and Lunch. Join us at FITC Toronto http://fitc.ca/toronto and get a 10% discount with code: lastagency
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You are not a storyteller - Stefan Sagmeister @ FITC
 
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We had the pleasure of spending some time with Stefan Sagmeister at the recent FITC Toronto conference in April, 2014, and he had some things to say. See Sagmeister in Calgary at the CAMP Festival Calgary, Alberta • Sept 8-9, 2014 • campfestival.ca Stefan Sagmeister Partner, Sagmeister & Walsh Stefan Sagmeister formed the New York based Sagmeister Inc. in 1993 and has since designed for clients as diverse as the Rolling Stones, HBO and the Guggenheim Museum. Having been nominated eight times, he finally won two Grammy Awards for the Talking Heads and Brian Eno & David Byrne package designs. He has also earned practically every important international design award. In 2008 Stefan authored a comprehensive book titled "Things I Have Learned In My Life So Far", published by Abrams. Solo shows of Sagmeister Inc's work have been mounted in Paris, Zurich, Vienna, Prague, Cologne, Berlin, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago, Toronto, Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul and Miami. Stefan teaches in the graduate department of the School of Visual Art in New York and lectures extensively on all continents. In 2012 young designer Jessica Walsh became a partner and the company was renamed into Sagmeister & Walsh. A native of Austria, he received his MFA from the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and, as a Fulbright Scholar, a master's degree from Pratt Institute in New York. After his studies he worked as a Creative Director for Leo Burnett in Hong Kong and for M&Co. in New York. sagmeisterwalsh.com/
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The Ins & Outs of Self-Motivated Creativity - 1 of 3
 
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Time to rock! Staying enthusiastic about your art and design is not entirely about finding new clients, nor is it about the changing industry. We need inspiration, entertainment, progression, a solid bridge between conceptual and technical, and a positive outlook on our place in the design universe. In this recorded session from FITC Toronto 2011, James White discusses the ins and outs of selling your personal artwork online and the adventure of building a line of designer t-shirts and posters. He also presents the lessons learned from running his Signalnoise Design Studio for the past five years and how he went about creating his name in the design industry. Thanks to our video sponsor Vitamin T for making this possible. Follow @vitamintalent on Twitter for more. Find out complete event details at fitc.ca/toronto and follow @FITC on Twitter Find out more about the speaker at signalnoise.com or follow @Signalnoise on Twitter
Views: 5394 fitcevents
Making Contrast with Details
 
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From the brain to the canvas, McBess explores the process of taking a complex or blurry idea and making it into something tangible in this recorded presentation from FITC Toronto 2011. Learn how to create a composition that fits the right mood and balance the challenge of working on details and ensembles while at the same time keeping a nice contrast in the image. Thanks to our video sponsor Vitamin T for making this possible. Follow @vitamintalent on Twitter for more. Find out complete event details at fitc.ca/toronto and follow @FITC on Twitter Find out more about the speaker at mcbess.com or follow @mcbess on Twitter
Views: 9274 fitcevents
Ash Thorp - Steps on a Creative Career Path
 
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Ash will focus his talk on his career path thus far – the ups and downs, and how he was able to overcome particular obstacles. Using his own career experience as an example, he’ll share the things that helped and lessons he learned that really made a difference – all of which would be beneficial for anyone to know. He’ll extrapolate on creative block, doubt, depression, staying goal-oriented, working with your heroes and explain particular stories connected to his career. Ash will also discuss and express the idea of self-value (how that concept has been self taught and how it’s helped his career and his life). Ash Thorp Director, Designer, Illustrator, Ashthorp.com https://twitter.com/Ashthorp http://instagram.com/ashthorp Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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7 Secret Patterns Vue Consultants Don’t Want You to Know - Chris Fritz
 
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There’s an astounding amount of power packed away in Vue, despite its small size. The official guide provides a gentle learning path and the API is thorough, but new features are added all the time and it’s easy to miss small, but significant updates that could change the way you write Vue apps. Chris shares some of these features, a few undocumented APIs, and other patterns that clients and community members are consistently amazed by. It’ll be hard not to open your laptop and start coding once you see these. Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc Save 10% off any FITC event with discount code 'youtube'. See our upcoming events at www.fitc.ca
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Mind tricks & 7 Secrets of Behavioural Economics for UX Designer
 
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Users are complex creatures, surprising, irrational, but to the Jedi among you, predictably so. This session will introduce you to the incredible field of behavioural economics, and how it is profoundly impacting our understanding of what motivates people. You can sell more products, be more successful dating, understand how to make resolutions stick, wow clients with your incredible insights, and understand how interfaces need to be reimagined for motivation. Of course, if you turn to the dark side like Frank Underwood, you can wield a powerful weapon of influence and possibly even become the next Prime Minister. I couldn’t possibly comment. Lanny Geffen Director of User Experience and Strategy, OneMethod https://twitter.com/lgeffen Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Justin Cone: The Future of Motion Design
 
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Never been to an FITC event? We'd like to change that. Just email us at [email protected] for a VERY special offer! Motion design (or “motion graphics,” if you prefer) sits at the busy intersection of graphic design, animation and filmmaking. Inextricably linked to technology, the discipline of motion design is constantly evolving, adapting to emerging media while pushing the boundaries of storytelling and communication. Drawing on his 15 years as an enthusiast and professional working in the field of motion design, Justin Cone (founder of Motionographer), will gaze into his crystal ball and share his divinations with you. Expect practical, entertaining and possibly challenging insights. Also expect cats. Justin Cone Co-founder, Motionographer https://twitter.com/motionographer Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Ash Thorp — Prolific Minded
 
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Ash will be discussing his goals as a creative person. How he dreams big and puts forth optimism, hard work, and focus to obtain his goals. He will break down how he started to teach himself how to draw. This manifested into his project Lost Boy and he will describe in detail how it has become a life long dream come true. Ash will break down his daily habits and self-reflections to help others see that it’s a daily process and dreams become a reality if you will them in to existence. Ash Thorp Director, Designer, Illustrator, Ashthorp.com https://twitter.com/Ashthorp http://instagram.com/ashthorp Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
Views: 13855 fitcevents
FITC Toronto 2012 Highlights!
 
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Featuring over 70 renowned digital creators from around the globe, FITC Toronto attendees were privy to the knowledge of the best and brightest in the digital space. Covering everything from HTML5 to making digital art, this three day festival left attendees inspired to create in new and innovative ways. Then there were the parties, where creators met, talked and schemed about the next big thing in the digital space. For more information about FITC Toronto visit www.fitc.ca/Toronto For more information about the talented creators behind this video, visit www.fuelyouth.com Thanks to everyone who made this event possible!
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Robert Hodgin Creates Visualizations - 4 of 4
 
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Robert Hodgin has been captivated by invisible forces since he first programmed a magnetic repulsion effect six years ago. Since then, Robert has explored the phenomenon of electrostatic fields and gravitational forces, using these invisible forces to create audio visualizations, natural simulations, and artistic interpretations. In this recorded presentation from FITC Toronto 2011, Robert discusses these invisible forces at greater length and demonstrates a few implementations and unexpected uses. Thanks to our video sponsor Vitamin T for making this possible. Follow @vitamintalent on Twitter for more. Find out complete event details at fitc.ca/toronto and follow @FITC on Twitter Find out more about the speaker at flight404.com or follow @flight404 on Twitter
Views: 900 fitcevents
Varun Vachhar — Creative Coding with React & SVG
 
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Developers today are exploring creative code to build something expressive and engaging. Traditionally this has been done with frameworks such as Processing and Cinder, and on the web, both Canvas and WebGL. While WebGL and Canvas provided you access to low level APIs, you lost the power of CSS animations and the composability of the DOM. Today the combination of React & SVG provides an elegant solution that bridges the gap between these two worlds. Gone are the days when the SVG’s cryptic syntax could only be deciphered by apps such as Illustrator or Sketch. Now you can dynamically generate animations with components and then wire them up to the application state and user interactions. In this talk Varun will present some examples of what can be achieved, discuss performance aspects and show you practical applications to try. Varun Vachhar Design Leader / Front-­End Developer, rangle.io https://twitter.com/winkerVSbecks Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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The Importance of State Management in Vue - Hassan Djirdeh
 
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The ability to create Vue components as small decoupled units is necessary for the organization of applications. With this, parent-child and sibling-sibling components need to interact and manage information among each other. This is where it becomes incredibly important to have appropriate state management for predictability and maintainability of your entire application. This talk will cover how to manage data between components, what ‘custom events’ are and the cons associated with using them, how to use a small global store for simple state management and finally, why Vuex is the most appropriate method for managing state for medium to large applications. Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc Save 10% off any FITC event with discount code 'youtube'. See our upcoming events at www.fitc.ca
Views: 3880 fitcevents
GMUNK - 8 Secrets to Intergalactic Conquest
 
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In this shiny new lecture, GMUNK will share 8 pearls of wisdom off the record, up close and deeply personal — rules that keep him fresh & balanced as an independent Designer and Director. He’ll touch on such topics as research & inspiration, organization & routine, health & wellness, the importance of chemicals to throw the vegan, and the benefits of collaboration and diversity — all while sprinkling in relevant projects that directly apply to each shiny pearl. So Kick off your shoes and relax your socks, your knees’ll start shaking and your fingers pop… Like a pinch on the neck of Mr. Spock. GMUNK Design Director, gmunk.com http://www.twitter.com/gmunk Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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beeple -  Everydays
 
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Full Audio: https://vimeo.com/125524216 A conversation about motivation and getting a bit better each day. Everyday projects are a great way to learn a new skill or tackle something bigger. They help you get better at starting projects and they help you get better at finishing them. Beeple helps you learn ways to avoid the pitfalls that end most people’s everydays and how to keep the momentum going. beeple https://twitter.com/beeple https://vimeo.com/beeple https://www.facebook.com/beeple Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Robert Hodgin Creates Visualizations - 3 of 4
 
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Robert Hodgin has been captivated by invisible forces since he first programmed a magnetic repulsion effect six years ago. Since then, Robert has explored the phenomenon of electrostatic fields and gravitational forces, using these invisible forces to create audio visualizations, natural simulations, and artistic interpretations. In this recorded presentation from FITC Toronto 2011, Robert discusses these invisible forces at greater length and demonstrates a few implementations and unexpected uses. Thanks to our video sponsor Vitamin T for making this possible. Follow @vitamintalent on Twitter for more. Find out complete event details at fitc.ca/toronto and follow @FITC on Twitter Find out more about the speaker at flight404.com or follow @flight404 on Twitter
Views: 1117 fitcevents
Robert Hodgin Creates Visualizations - 1 of 4
 
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Robert Hodgin has been captivated by invisible forces since he first programmed a magnetic repulsion effect six years ago. Since then, Robert has explored the phenomenon of electrostatic fields and gravitational forces, using these invisible forces to create audio visualizations, natural simulations, and artistic interpretations. In this recorded presentation from FITC Toronto 2011, Robert discusses these invisible forces at greater length and demonstrates a few implementations and unexpected uses. Thanks to our video sponsor Vitamin T for making this possible. Follow @vitamintalent on Twitter for more. Find out complete event details at fitc.ca/toronto and follow @FITC on Twitter Find out more about the speaker at flight404.com or follow @flight404 on Twitter
Views: 3572 fitcevents
Robert Hodgin Creates Visualizations - 2 of 4
 
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Robert Hodgin has been captivated by invisible forces since he first programmed a magnetic repulsion effect six years ago. Since then, Robert has explored the phenomenon of electrostatic fields and gravitational forces, using these invisible forces to create audio visualizations, natural simulations, and artistic interpretations. In this recorded presentation from FITC Toronto 2011, Robert discusses these invisible forces at greater length and demonstrates a few implementations and unexpected uses. Thanks to our video sponsor Vitamin T for making this possible. Follow @vitamintalent on Twitter for more. Find out complete event details at fitc.ca/toronto and follow @FITC on Twitter Find out more about the speaker at flight404.com or follow @flight404 on Twitter
Views: 1332 fitcevents
Johnny Cupcakes — The Ultimate Branding Tool Box
 
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If you were a product what box would you come in? If you were a business what uniform would your staff wear? In a world where millionaires are made on blogs, and a website review can break a billion dollar business, what are you doing as a person in business to grow your brand? Nobody understands the power of a brand more than Johnny Earle and in this passion fueled presentation he talks to employees, CEO’s and business owners on how they can generate a world-class reputation that is impossible to ignore. Johnny Cupcake Owner, Johnny Cupcakes https://twitter.com/JohnnyCupcakes https://www.facebook.com/johnnycupcakes/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnny_Cupcakes https://www.youtube.com/user/JohnnyCupcakes https://www.instagram.com/johnnycupcakes/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnnyearle Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
Views: 3761 fitcevents
Mobile & Offline Data Synchronization in AngularJS
 
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Are you building mobile or web applications with AngularJS and wish they would work when you were offline? You can read, send and delete mail from your mobile email client when you are offline, why not from your AngularJS app? AngularJS is completely agnostic when it comes to creating your data models. Let's explore what is required to allow your application to be useful to your users even without an internet connection. Demo begins at 14:09 Code: https://github.com/danielzen/ionic-pouchdb-todo Slides: http://bit.ly/zen-ng-pouchdb Daniel Zen CEO, Zen Digital http://zendigital.com https://twitter.com/zendigital Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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JavaScript Developer Addy Osmani's AMA Video
 
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Addy Osmani is a JavaScript developer who works for AOL and FITC recently gave you the chance to ask him anything via Reddit. Covering everything from why he works at AOL to what makes a great JavaScript developer, Addy candidly answers the top ten questions submitted and voted up online. Don't miss Addy Osmani in person at FITC.ca/Toronto, he'll be presenting Leave No Feature Behind: Polyfilling The HTML5 Gaps.
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Wes Bos - Start Using ES6 Today
 
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This talk will focus on a the aspects of ES6 that you can start using today – tips and techniques that will make writing JavaScript more enjoyable by solving everyday problems we all face and allowing you to write better, more resilient code. FITC produces events for digital creators in Toronto, Amsterdam, NYC and beyond Save 10% off any of our events with discount code 'youtube' Check out our events at http://fitc.ca or follow us at https://twitter.com/fitc
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GMUNK tells a story
 
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GMUNK, Designer, Director and Galactic Crusader, shares a story about friends. See GMUNK speak at the upcoming FITC Toronto 2014 conference on April 27-29, 2014 FITC is the intersection between Creative Technologists, Designers, Developers and all-around awesome thinkers from various innovative industries across the globe. They converge every year in Toronto to connect, challenge, inspire, and to experience the cutting edge in design and technology. This year we have over 80 amazing presenters from around the world covering design, creativity, and technology, including talks about biohacking, remote-controlled cockroaches, a 98-year-old digital artist, the leading edge in neuroscience tech, an artist who offers professional kidnapping -- and that's just a fraction of this years talent. fitc.ca/event/to14/ More info onGMUNK - gmunk.com/
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Ricardo Cabello (Mr doob) - 5 years of three.js
 
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On April 24th in 2010, Ricardo uploaded the first version of three.js to GitHub. Since then, this 3d library has managed to attract more than 400 contributors and is being used in numerous ways by both companies and individuals. In this talk Ricardo takes us on this 5-year-long journey, reliving the things that worked, the ones that didn’t, and looking ahead at where things are going. Ricardo Cabello (Mr.doob) Graphics Programmer, mrdoob.com http://www.twitter.com/mrdoob Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc See Mr.Doob at CAMP Festival - http://fitc.ca/event/ca18/#utm_source=youtube
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Advanced UI, Plugins and Components in AngularJS
 
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Learn how to master the UI in AngularJS. We will investigate popular UI libraries, plugins and tools that are useful for building Angular applications then we'll learn how to make reusable plugins of our own. The areas and plugin topics covered in this talk will focus on forms, animations, XHR tools, debugging tools, routing, persistence and directives. Matias Niemelä Core Developer, AngularJS http://www.yearofmoo.com/ https://twitter.com/yearofmoo Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Planning a Front-end JS Application
 
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Is your head spinning from the firehose of front-end tools, work flows, task runners, libraries, frameworks, MV*, and opinions? Not sure where or how to start? Need a broader introduction to how a JS application is built? Let’s take a step back and examine the building blocks of a modern front-end JS application, free from dogma. In this talk I’ll be speaking abstractly about the components a front-end engineer should consider when architecting a front-end JS application. Rough outline. * Select a developers project management tool for code projects * Select a bug tracking system * Select version control system and host * devise a branching/tagging strategy * Define devices, platforms, browser engines where application will run. If the app will run offline. If the application will need Internationalization/localization. * Verify data API, it’s documentation, how to request updates, and plan cross domain strategy if needed * Possibly select local server / staging server / production server stack (or very least how to run/serve your code, everywhere it will live e.g. a mobile app) * Select package managers * Dependency monitoring services * Determine coding style/conventions/quality rules and enforce it * html, css, and js linting/hinting * editor/IDE configurations * hooks * Select build tool / task runner * Define & select application structure & tools * Dependency Management * MV* (router, views, models, layout) * CSS, HTML, JS frameworks/libraries * Determine deployment strategy (e.g. CI, app stores etc..) * Select a testing automation service to run tests across your supported devices, platforms, and browser engines * Select unit testing solution(s) * Test Runner * Code Coverage * TDD/BDD/ or just write unit tests * hooks * Select code complexity reporting/analysis solution(s) * Select integration testing solution(s) * Select functional testing solution(s) * Select error monitoring solution(s) * Select user monitoring solution(s) * Select site monitoring / performance monitoring solution(s) * Select site analytics solution(s) * Determine SEO strategy * Determine security model (https, multifactor authentication etc…) * Select a CDN * Write documentation explaining everything you decided, why you decided it, how it functions, and how it all fits together Cody Lindley Developer Advocate, Telerik https://twitter.com/codylindley Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Rachel Andrew - Solving Layout Problems With CSS Grid and Friends
 
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CSS Grid Layout launched into the majority of our browsers in 2017. As designers and developers have started to use Grid Rachel has been answering a lot of questions about the specifications. In this talk she’ll answer some of the common questions about Grid Layout in production – from dealing with old browsers to what might come next in CSS for layout. There will be plenty of practical tips for you to use in your projects today. Rachel Andrew https://twitter.com/rachelandrew Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc Save 10% off any FITC event with discount code 'youtube'. See our upcoming events at www.fitc.ca
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Testing Front-end Code the Right Way
 
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Testing front-end code isn’t something that everyone does, but why? Testing shouldn’t be something that is done after the project is complete. It shouldn’t be an afterthought, it should be something that is practiced inline with the development process. Jump right into testing front-end code the right way from start to finish. We will explore some super useful tricks and tips and examine how exactly we can improve the quality of our code and our skills as web developers by properly testing our front-end code. Learn how to create robust tests using Jasmine, refactor our code, use mocking + stubbing and then explore other methods of testing our application as a whole. Become professional software testers and transcend our abilities as web developers. Matias Niemelä Core Developer, AngularJS https://twitter.com/yearofmoo Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Douglas Crockford - Upgrading the Web
 
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Save 10% off any upcoming FITC event with discount code 'youtube'. See http://fitc.ca for details. Overview The web was originally imagined to be a simple distributed document retrieval system. It is now being used for applications that go far beyond the system’s original capabilities and intentions. We have found ways to make it work, but they are difficult and far too fragile. Many times companies have offered to replace the web with superior proprietary systems, but we rejected them. We have been adding features to the web, but this does little to correct the deep underlying deficiencies, increasing instead of reducing its complexity. This talk suggests a way forward, taking inspiration from our successful transition from NTSC to HDTV. There is a way forward to a web that is safer, easier, and as good as we desire. Douglas Crockford Senior JavaScript Architect, PayPal https://github.com/douglascrockford/JSON-js http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Douglas_Crockford Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Designing with Light: The Upcoming Wave of Ubiquitous Projection with Phil Reyneri
 
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With so much hype around device-based augmented reality, it has been easy to overlook an existing medium: projection. Originally known as spatial augmented reality or projection mapping, the technique of using video projectors to digitally augment physical objects has been limited to high-budget events and research projects. Now, with advancements in computer vision, projector technology, and embedded computing, we are approaching an era where projection and lighting will merge to enable ubiquitous, light-based interfaces. What does it mean to use projected light as a medium, and how will we begin to see projected AR integrate itself into our environments? Can projection be a calm technology, freeing us from the distractions and confines of our screens? This is an in-depth tour from Phil Reyneri, a projection mapping veteran and creative director at Lightform: a new tool that lets any designer easily create projected AR experiences. Phil Reyneri Director of Marketing, Lightform https://twitter.com/philreyneri
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Awesome Ember Tricks
 
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The main reason to use a browser application framework like EmberJS is that it lets you do things that aren't possible with server side rendering. In this talk, Robin will show a few examples of things you can do easily in Ember that will make your user experience much snappier.
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Authentication & Authorization Architecture in the MEAN Stack
 
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Yuri Takhteyev discusses the challenges of authentication and authorization in the MEAN stack. Topics include architecture, best practices for determining client and server responsibilities, and the importance of sharing authorization context with the client logic in order to build an effective user experience. Angular and Node code samples will be used to illustrate. Yuri Takhteyev Chief Software Architect, rangle.io https://twitter.com/qaramazov Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Realtime "Eye Candy" with AngularJS
 
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Learn how to make a fully interactive, realtime AngularJS application with snappy animation effects, sleek performance and clean, organized code. Top that off by testing all aspects of the application using Protractor and Unit testing across multiple browsers using Karma + Sauce Labs.
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Ian Sinnott - Building Static Sites with React
 
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Building static sites can provide serious benefits to us as developers such as performance, security and simplicity. However, building static sites usually means either having to learn a specific static site generator or writing plain HTML/CSS/JS. Neither of those options are great because as JavaScript and React developers we already know how to build rich web apps, they just aren’t static. Let’s learn how to fix that. This talk will focus on how we can use our existing knowledge of JavaScript and React to build rich static sites without the overhead of learning new technology. We can continue to leverage all the existing dev tools we know and love to build full React applications and then simply generate static files from our components. We’ll also discuss some options to add common server-side functionality to static sites without running a server. Event sponsored by Rangle http://rangle.io/ and Microsoft Canada Ian Sinnott https://twitter.com/ian_989 https://github.com/iansinnott https://www.linkedin.com/in/iansinnott Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Joshua M. Smith // Hydro74: Vector Strong Style
 
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Never been to an FITC event? We'd like to change that. Just email us at [email protected] for a VERY special offer! Hydro74 will present a peek at his work from the past 17 years of his career, showcasing successes, failures and surprises. He’ll cover case studies from projects including Gears of War & Lucas Films and share his secrets to personal marketing and why collaborations are important to stay relevant. Hydro74 Creative Director, Hydro74 https://twitter.com/hydro74 https://www.instagram.com/hydrosevenfour/ Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Material Design in practice with AngularJS
 
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Material Design is Google’s specification for a unified system of visual, motion, and interaction design that adapts across different devices. Available for both the web & mobile, it is the basis for the design of the upcoming Android L OS. Found out how to put Material Design’s principles & goals into practice with Angular Material, the AngularJS implementation. Experience how easy it can be to create a beautiful UX for your application using the Material metaphor. Daniel Zen CEO, Zen Digital https://twitter.com/zendigital Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Design for solving the right problem
 
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UX designers working on software applications, constantly face complex problems with a large number of constraints. How do UX designers solve problems? Functionality is not the solution. Focusing on the interface is not the solution. In order to design an optimal user experience, the first step is identifying the right problem to solve. In this presentation, Raine gives you an in depth explanation with case studies to illustrate how her design teams solve real problems and how she carves out novel mobile UX strategies that align both business goals and user goals. Raine Qian Manager of Product Design, Pivotal Labs https://twitter.com/RaineQian Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Alexander Blom - Web, Native iOS and Native Android with one Ember js App
 
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Save 10% off any upcoming FITC event with discount code 'youtube'. See http://fitc.ca for details. Overview Many companies maintain a separate repo for web and native mobile applications, and sometimes yet another for mobile web. Historically you may hear that ‘wrapped applications’ are slower and choppy. This is no longer the case – if your application is structured correctly. By using Ember.js with Cordova, it is possible to have a single code base powering all four (desktop web, mobile web, native iOS and native Android). Outside of the immediate cost/programming time savings, this technique enables you to build future iterations faster and stop the out of sync issues plaguing many code bases (e.g. the Android app has different features to iOS). Alexander Blom Partner, Isle of Code https://twitter.com/alexblom https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexblom https://github.com/AlexBlom/ Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Addy Osmani - What’s New in Chrome DevTools
 
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Save 10% off any upcoming FITC event with discount code 'youtube'. See http://fitc.ca for details. Overview As the complexity of the web apps you build keeps moving, so do the Chrome DevTools. In this session, Addy will give you the latest update on your favourite companion; exploring new features in performance profiling, animation inspection and updates to the JavaScript editing workflow with V8. You’ll walk out of the session with a huge advantage in productivity, speed, and precision when developing, debugging, and improving your web applications. Addy Osmani Staff Software Engineer at Google, Google http://www.twitter.com/addyosmani Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Rich Interactivity with CreateJS
 
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The open source CreateJS libraries and tools makes it easy to create compelling interactive content integrating smart loading, sound, high speed graphics, and animation. Now on their third year and seventh major release, the libraries receive hundreds of millions of impressions per month, and are used by agencies, major brands, and start ups to bring new life to their web standards based projects. This talk will delve into the libraries, revealing advanced features, and exploring how they can be used individually or together to create games, data visualizations, and rich experiences.
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Masashi Kawamura Tells a Story
 
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Masashi Kawamura, Creative Director / Founder, PARTY, shares a story about not becoming a 'salaryman'. See Masashi speak at the upcoming FITC Toronto 2014 conference on April 27-29, 2014 FITC is the intersection between Creative Technologists, Designers, Developers and all-around awesome thinkers from various innovative industries across the globe. They converge every year in Toronto to connect, challenge, inspire, and to experience the cutting edge in design and technology. This year we have over 80 amazing presenters from around the world covering design, creativity, and technology, including talks about biohacking, remote-controlled cockroaches, a 98-year-old digital artist, the leading edge in neuroscience tech, an artist who offers professional kidnapping -- and that's just a fraction of this years talent. fitc.ca/event/to14/ More info on Masashi - http://prty.jp
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Going Hybrid Mobile with Ionic and AngularJS
 
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For years, developers have tried to find an easier way to create mobile apps. They discover hybrid mobile apps, but soon find out that hybrid wasn't ready for prime-time. Developers encounter problems with speed, building good-looking UIs, and a plethora of hardware differences that force them to go back to the land of native. AngularJS changed building apps for the web. Ionic changes building hybrid apps on mobile. Easy-to-use, beautiful, and ready to perform, Ionic is an open source framework made for hybrid apps. This talk introduces developing for mobile with AngularJS and how to supercharge it with Ionic. Gerred Dillon Developer Evangelist, Ionic http://ionicframework.com/ https://twitter.com/justicefries Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Sarah Drasner: Storytelling in the Age of JavaScript
 
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Never been to an FITC event? We'd like to change that. Just email us at [email protected] for a VERY special offer! Many of us are telling stories on the web- whether it be expressing concepts with data visualization, the story of how our product works, or simply writing good documentation. JavaScript is insanely powerful for gradually revealing information through animation, manipulating graphics with SVG, Canvas, and WebGL, or allowing users to guide themselves through interaction. In this talk, we’ll explore how our minds work on the web and how JavaScript can reach to new heights of composing experiences that attach to our limbic system and captivate us. We’ll dive deep into some of the how’s about these type of implementations and create live demos that bring these concepts to life. Sarah Drasner Web Technologies Consultant, Sarah Drasner Design https://twitter.com/sarah_edo Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Media Source Extensions with Jeff Tapper
 
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There have been many great improvements to the web in the post-plugin era of the Internet, however, streaming video has had a challenge to keep up. For the past several years, the primary means to stream video consistently across browsers has been through the use of a Flash or Silverlight plugin. Thankfully the W3C has come up with a solution to stream video to HTML without plugins, “MediaSource Extensions.” In this session Jeff Tapper explores what MediaSource Extensions are, their state in browsers today, and how we can use them to stream video without plugins. Jeff Tapper Founding Partner, Digital Primates https://twitter.com/jefftapper http://www.digitalprimates.net Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
Views: 2281 fitcevents
Rob McDiarmid - Getting Started with Angular 2
 
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Save 10% off any upcoming FITC event with discount code 'youtube'. See http://fitc.ca for details. Overview Angular 2 is a powerful framework that lets you create fast and scalable web apps with clean and readable code. With the lessons learned from previous web frameworks and the advantages of modern web technologies, the Angular team has created a framework that will push the limits of what SPAs are capable of. In this session we’ll go through building an Angular 2.0 app from the ground up. In the process, you will learn how it handles core concepts like components, templates, services, and routing. You’ll also see how angular takes advantage of ES6 modules, Web Components, and TypeScript. By the end of the session, you’ll have a good understanding of why you might want to use Angular 2 for your next project and how to get started. Rob McDiarmid Full-Stack Developer, Konrad Group https://twitter.com/RobIanMcd Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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Blair Renaud -  Technolust: Kitbashing the Future
 
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Save 10% off any upcoming FITC event with discount code 'youtube'. See http://fitc.ca for details. Overview Single developers and small teams around the world are creating entire digital worlds and setting the bar for the future of virtual reality. We’ll talk about how anyone with access to the internet can pillage asset stores, never write a single line of code and still create compelling virtual reality content. From Palmer Lucky’s garage to indie developers and AAA game studios, taking things apart and putting them back together in exciting new ways is the driving force of the new VR revolution. Blair Renaud CEO / VR Designer, IRIS VR Inc. https://twitter.com/anticleric https://www.linkedin.com/in/blairrenaud http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0719203/ Follow us at https://twitter.com/fitc
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Designer James White Answers Qs from People on the Internet (AMA Video)
 
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James White is Canadian artist and designer based in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia and FITC gave you the chance to ask him anything via Reddit. James is the 1-man wrecking crew behind the Signalnoise Studio where he produces visual artistry for professional and personal projects. He's also the man behind the new FITC logo and the artwork for FITC.ca/Toronto, the event where he'll be speaking about what it means to be a 'Design Renegade.' Find out more about James at signalnoise.com Find out more about FITC Toronto at FITC.ca/Toronto
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Jeremy Cox: Unstoppable Curiosity vs Immovable Limitations
 
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Never been to an FITC event? We'd like to change that. Just email us at [email protected] for a VERY special offer! Inspired by the classic paradox “What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?” Jeremy will explore what happens when two key aspects of every creative endeavour collide: curiosity & limitations. Using examples of his work spanning the last 10 years at Imaginary Forces, he will reveal how this collision can keep your work fresh, and lead to unexpected inspiration. Jeremy Cox Creative Director, Imaginary Forces https://twitter.com/jereremy https://www.instagram.com/jeremycox/ https://vimeo.com/jeremycox Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
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FITC Toronto 2017 - Highlight Reel
 
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FITC Toronto is a professional celebration of the best the world has to offer in design, digital development, media and innovation in creative technologies – three days and nights of presentations, parties, installations and performances that unite and transform the industry. See more info at http://www.fitc.ca Created by Will Reid Will Reid is a video editor and motion graphics designer with a background in graphic design and photography. His work can be seen worldwide as he’s worked with some pretty great international brands like McDonalds, Microsoft, Nascar, and Google. He is based in Ottawa, Ontario. Feel free to reach out as he's always open to new projects, collaborations, or just talking shop. http://www.willreid.ca/
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Jessica Rosenkrantz - Growing Objects
 
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Jessica will profile Nervous System’s efforts to revolutionize product design through generative techniques, 3d-printing and interactivity. Along the way, she’ll take several long detours into the realms of natural pattern formation, simulation and biology. Her talk will focus on some of Nervous System’s latest projects including a 4D printing technique that creates complex, foldable forms for 3D printing and an exploration into the morphogenesis of plants. Jessica Rosenkrantz Creative Director, Nervous System http://www.linkedin.com/in/nervous https://twitter.com/nervous_jessica https://twitter.com/nervous_jessica Check out all our events http://fitc.ca https://twitter.com/fitc
Views: 2537 fitcevents

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