Sofia, BulgariaCapital Fort Building
13th of AprilIt's Friday!
4 workshopsPure knowledge
50 spotsHurry Up!
Building native mobile apps with Angular and NativeScript.
Are you an Angular developer who always wanted to build an iOS or Android app? Good news! NativeScript is a free and open-source runtime for building native apps with skills you already have – Angular, TypeScript, CSS, and npm. The best part? NativeScript renders truly native UIs – giving your users the best performance and UX their devices can offer.
In this workshop you’ll learn how NativeScript works and how to leverage it to build your next mobile app. Then, you’ll dive in and use NativeScript to build an iOS and Android app from scratch.
If haven’t yet learned Angular v2+, you’ll learn fundamental concepts while we go along.
In this workshop you will bring your mobile device and laptop, with the software being discussed installed, and have the unique opportunity to learn hands-on, following along with an instructor step-by-step.
In-depth hands-on experience with WebAssembly.
Prerequisites: Your own laptop with Emscripten installed as described on the official site https://kripken.github.io/emscripten-site/docs/getting_started/downloads.html
Designing for Wicked Problems
A wicked problem has no best solution and is difficult or impossible to solve comprehensively because of contradictory needs, requirements, or outcomes. This is a hands-on workshop where we will focus on crafting designs and making design and product decisions when possible solutions are in conflict or where there is no optimal solution. We will introduce some methods to help identify, define, and frame the wicked problems and the challenges they present. We will discuss some real examples, then break into workgroups and participate in hands-on collaborative exercises. Attendees are invited to bring their own wicked problems for use in the workshop exercises and for collective discussion.
Do you want to find a way through innovation? Design Thinking is the way that is used by the most innovative companies nowadays. Whatever your occupation is, design thinking is your team’s wonderful tool to be more creative. Design Thinking stresses the importance of cultivating empathy for end users, interpreting and framing problems they experience, creative solution generation, and continuous prototyping and testing.
On this workshop, you’ll develop an understanding about the philosophy of Design Thinking. You will learn and practice about the process as well as methods and some tools to analyze user needs, generating ideas and prototyping. You will also get the chance to apply these methods as groups by solving a challenge during the workshop. You will explore how human-centered design can help develop innovative solutions for the complex challenges you face.
Participants do not need to have any background with design.
How.Camp is part of Bulgaria Web Summit 2018 and is a 90-minute practical talk with hands-on part. :) Yes, you will have to do something more than just sit and listen :)
Our world famous instructors will share their knowledge and will guide you on the way of getting as much as possible from it while having fun!
Bring with you:
- A small blocknote and a pen
- Laptop - it's a must for some of the workshops.
- Your good mood :)
90 Tsarigradsko Shose blvd,
Our awesome workshops' Instructors.
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David M. Hogue, Ph.D. is a UX design leader, strategist, and applied psychologist with 20 years experience.
He is currently a UX Lead at Google working on Android and has consulted for agencies, start-ups, and corporations to help them build stronger design teams through organizational structures, processes, and training.
Sebastian Witalec is a Solution Engineer and a Technical Evangelist for Telerik a Progres company, with over 6 years of experience in software engineering and architecture.
Sebastian has passion for all types of technologies. He is always happy to learn about the new stuff and to pass the knowledge as far as his voice (or the wire) can take him.
Boyan is a software architect and developer, thinking human-first when writing software. He likes talking about and experiment with technology and its application to solving everyday problems.
He prefers usable solutions over any concrete frameworks and languages. He also believes technology needs more storytelling and he tries to convey such.
In his free time he perform improvised comedy with his group in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Merve Postalcioglu is an Istanbul based Independent UX Consultant and Design Thinking Trainer. She designed user-centered experiences for various companies in different fields such as finance, chatbot, social responsibility, intranet. Her UX philosophy is oriented around a deep empathy for users.
Her current focus is to spread design thinking knowledge to the companies and start-ups. She trained Garanti Bank - BBVA employees in Turkey and Romania on Design Thinking.
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