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Beyond Tellerrand Düsseldorf 2019

Empty row of red seats, in the background the Beyond Tellerrand Logo on a mirror above the bar

For the ninth year I attended this great small conference about Web, Design and going beyond. Here are some notes and thoughts. Maybe I polish it later, but I want to get this out of my head.

These moments stuck with me - which does not mean that any talk that is not mentioned here didn't. This conference's iteration was very very very good, there was not one talk that wasn't great. All killers, no fillers. This here is just a first .brain { overflow: visible;}:

Eight Years Beyond Tellerrand

This will be a short blog post, because I want to get out some thoughts as quickly as possible, not waiting for that time that never comes in which I sit and craft a well written lengthy text.
Which is why I didn't blog for some years now after I visited Marc Thieles phantastic event, even though I managed to be at least once in a year at one iteration of this very special conference.

So what has changed?

Well, nothing really, it is just that I want to ...

Indiewebcamp Düsseldorf, Day 2

Sitting in my hotel room, watching the sun rise, while some people are having a good time at a party that's happening right next to the hotel…

The bass penetrates everything, walls, windows, even my ear plugs. So, why not use this early hour and reflect on the topics and discussions that happened yesterday?

The discussion around having your website kind of your identity provider, with ways of having your complete 'web output' there, notes, photos, whatnot, and still retaining some kind of 'separate' identities for different relations like a 'professional profile' or for sports/hobby related acquaintance is very interesting to ...

The Mobile Shift – the end of small studios?

[TL:DR] With the cultural change in processes (agile vs. waterfall), the need to educate clients and partners, and the imperative of working early in processes, small studios may lack the financial resources and manpower to fund this pioneering phase. Big agencies on the other hand have the resources, contacts, and the standing to establish new processes and cross-finance.