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Generate New York in pictures

Generate New York in pictures

net's first conference in the US carried an all-star lineup including Ethan Marcotte, Karen McGrane, Dave Shea and Jenn Lukas. Here's how it went down.

On Friday 20 June, around 200 web designers and developers gathered at the beautiful New World Stages, off Broadway in New York City, for Generate New York - net’s first ever conference in the US, presented alongside Creative Bloq. 

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The videos of all 14 talks will be on our YouTube channel soon; follow @netmag on Twitter for updates. You can see the full set of pictures on Flickr - go here for the conference photos, and here for the Dribbble Meetup and pre-event album.

Responsive web design pioneer Ethan Marcotte on doing more with less
Ian Coyle of Huge Inc. on solving problems with great design
Media Temple Creative Director John Setzen on the art of the redesign
Etsy's product design lead Cap Watkins on how to grow a design team and still ship great products
Powerful and inspiring as always, Karen McGrane delivered a practical talk on how to deal with the hordes of new devices coming our way
Energetic Jenn Lukas shared her passion for fantastic interactions
Viktoria Harrison of charity:water on creating a fresh approach to branding
Derek Featherstone on accessibility as a design tool
Brendan Dawes on making beautiful art out of data
Carl Smith on what we can learn from kids
Claudio Guglieri on The Hitchhiker's Design Guide to the Galaxy
Jen Simmons on new ideas for page layout
Performance expert Nicole Sullivan on banishing slow loads and janky scrolling
Dave Shea of CSS Zen Garden took us through a history of the web
New World Stages provided a spectacular space for the day's events

Missed out on Generate New York? The Generate conference hits London again on 26 September 2014 - head to the Generate London site get more information and register online so you don't miss out!

Words: Tanya Combrinck

Tanya Combrinck is digital editor on net magazine.

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