by Scott Jehl
Jehl brings a very important topic to then table: How can designers and developers be responsible with the products and websites they design and launch? It's not just about accessibility in the traditional sense, but also about the need to think about the broad, world-wide audiences that will be consuming your build.
One of the most impactful themes was the memory size of the competed project. It was a big influencer for how I built my new personal site, and major projects moving forward. As a designer, I tend to want the most beautiful designs, however I have begun learning to balance the technical constraint of data size as well. It's a balance our design and development teams need to find together.