Bristol is one hell of a city and we think you frontend folks are going to love it. Beautiful things happen in Bristol, from the magnificent Victorian engineering of the Clifton suspension bridge and the birth place (and resting place) of Concorde to filming location for shows like Sherlock and Dr Who and controversial graffiti - this is Banksy's hometown afterall.
Tickets are available now and gives you access to the entire event.Buy ticket now
Early bird until 30th April £45
Standard ticket £65
Late-comers 1st June - Showtime £85
We've now extended the standard ticket price right up to the event's start! Aren't we nice?
We'd like to give a massive thanks to Torchbox for sponsoring this years event. They'll be all over the event so go and say Hi. They're a lovely bunch.
Come along from 4pm. Meet the organisers, catch up with mates. Contribute and shout about whatever you want!
We will blow your pretty mind. We've got some great speakers lined up for today. They'll inspire, motivate and maybe even educate you!
There is no rest this Sunday - We want you to help us make Drupal 8 awesome. Come sprint with us and let's FRONTEND HARDER!
Here is where your socks are going to get blown off. Afra creates wonderful artwork, only with CSS... he'll do some live, just for us!
Lisa is an amazing User experience designer and she's going to be making Frontend United an experience you won't forget!
Got something you want to rave about. Come chat to us on Friday. It can be about ANYTHING but talks must not be longer than 2 minutes!
As well as the Twig army blasting their way through the theming layer of Drupal 8 we will be running a Documentation sprint
This sprint will be a great way to get familiar with Drupal 8, perfect if you've never contributed before but want to help.
Please email email@example.com to submit your BoF suggestions, or wait until the weekend and add them to the board.
Exchanging tips and tricks of what happens before you build a site.
How do you asses what the client wants, or whether they understand what you propose? if they really comprehend your proposal?
When upgrading or updating an existing site built by someone else what do you do to assess the site, and avoid pitfalls?
Do you have a standard contract? Do you specify a workflow? Do you give clients your telephone number? Do you make them use an issue queue?
If a client has a design or a designer, how do you assess if it is workable, or they can implement it properly in Drupal?
Bring your tips, tricks and tools so that we can exchange our experiences and reasons.
If you - or somebody you know - can't attend, please contact me and I'll include your contributions in the BoF.