Join us on the 31st May for the third Front End Sheffield User Group, based at the Cantor Building at Sheffield Hallam University. Front End Sheffield is a bi-monthly event which alternates with Sheffield JS.
This month we'll be welcoming three speakers:
Our first talk to kick off the night will be by Kevin, He'll be giving us an introduction to writing a Sketch Plugin.
Kevin is an SVG and PDF wrangler at Bohemian Coding. Check out his Twitter: twitter.com
Our second talk of the night is by Richard Miller from Inviqa and Amy Benson from AutoDesk. They will be talking about the Asylum Journey, a tech4good project that started in a hackday and is now used by organisations in Sheffield (and soon beyond) to help refugees and asylum seekers.
Check them out on Twitter:
Richard - twitter.com
Amy - twitter.com
6:15pm - Doors
6:30pm - Welcome
6:40pm - Talk 1 + Q&A
7:10pm - Talk 2 + Q&A
7:40pm – Pub!
Our event is free and inclusive to all but we ask that you sign up online so we have an idea of numbers for the venue.
• What to bring
Yourself and something to make notes if you fancy.
• Important to know
Code of conduct: github.com
Code of Conduct:
About Front End Sheffield
Sheffield meetup for web designers & developers: UX/UI, content, accessibility, and code.