Tag Archives: Brighton

What Type Of Geek Are You?

Ampersandconf was held in Brighton at the Dome yesterday, and was an excellent one-day conference all about typography – perfect for that Type of geek! It wasn’t just focused on web typography, but brought together those from the printed world … Continue reading

Posted in conferences, geekery, typography, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on What Type Of Geek Are You?

BarCamp Brighton5

After last year’s venue problems of BarCamp Brighton4, this time around BarCamp Brighton5 was much improved at the new Skiff venue. There were some excellent talks and a lot of craic as usual. For some reason, I didn’t take that many … Continue reading

Posted in barCamps, geekery | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on BarCamp Brighton5

BarCamp Brighton4

I’m finding this a really difficult post to write. But I hope those involved will take it as an honest account of my experiences rather than any sort of flame. It’s certainly not intended as such. I have just been … Continue reading

Posted in barCamps, geekery | Tagged , , , , , | 9 Comments

dConstruct 2008

I realise I’m hideously behind with blogging about lots of geeky stuff, but here goes. Apologies if you were expecting this sooner! This year’s dConstruct was a lot larger than I was expecting: the last time I went in 2006 … Continue reading

Posted in conferences, dConstruct, microformats, usability | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on dConstruct 2008

d.construct debrief

Otherwise known as the dConstruct Party… But first, I’d like to say what a great time I had at the conference. Some really informed and informative speakers; nice venue (apart from the pokey seats) and plenty of subjects to get … Continue reading

Posted in dConstruct, geekery, social | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments