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Jul. 20, 2018 12:35 pm

Fore_Front explores how perception influences the experience

The second edition of the front end–focused event series features a talk on how a user's perception can help web developers. It's July 25 at iStrategyLabs.

Inside a talk at iStrategyLabs.

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Fore_Front, the recently debuted event series focused on front-end web development, is digging into what a user sees.

On Tuesday, July 25, the second edition of the breakfast event features a talk from Mapbox engineer Eli Fitch exploring what web developers can gain from learning about the perceived performance of a product. The event starts at 9 a.m. at iStrategyLabs.

“Using the backdrop of human psychology and innate perceptions of time, Eli will unveil tips and tricks to manage perceived loading time (and more),” the event description states.

The event also features the following lightning talks:

  • “Flocc: An Agent-Based Modeling Framework in JavaScript” by Scott Donaldson.
  • “Understanding Javascript Selectors With and Without Reselect” by Pearl McPhee.
  • “Automated Accessibility Testing” by Alex Barbato.
  • “How to Say Anything” by Valerie Woolard Srinivasan.
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