Hey friends! I'm Tracy — I love to speak, learn, and teach. I'm currently working on investigating better ways of teaching beginner topics to beginners. When I am not on the computer, I'm hiking and backpacking all over the world.
Design can feel super intimidating when you feel more comfortable with code and don’t have a background in design. Knowing design basics and shortcuts can help your career in measurable ways: by helping you work more effectively with your coworkers as well as making it easier and faster for you to launch new projects from scratch without hiring a designer.
This presentation will go over design for non-designers, skipping the university-level concepts and jumping right to shortcuts and easy-to-remember principles. Recommended for those who want to learn just enough design to be dangerous (or for designers who’d like to better teach their coworkers and colleagues); featuring quick hits, easy to understand and utilize principles that anyone can use to improve their design skills.
|Keynote: The Different Roads We Take||Python Ireland 2017||October 2017|
|Marketing for App Developers||Release Notes 2017||October 2017|
|Marketing for Developers||Web Unleashed 2017||September 2017|
|Keynote: Anxiety, Self-Advocacy, and Promoting Yourself||DjangoCon US 2017||August 2017|
|Design for Non-Designers||php[tek] 2017||May 2017|
|Keynote: The Different Roads We Take||DjangoCon Europe 2017||April 2017|
|Writing Clear and Interesting Technical Content and Documentation||NodeConf Budapest||January 2017|