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I share some sketchnotes of #UIKonf2019 in this thread. It was incredibly awesome to see so many great women on the stage! 💙
This is the first time I share my notes online, so please be kind – I know they are far from perfect 🙈
But in my opinion they are perfect for a recap after the conference.

All talks will be online soon, so I simply recommend watching them! 🤩

🤗 The first one is from @kthomas901 who talked about the difference and importance of accessibility and inclusion. I loved to see her contagious joy while she talked about this topic. Sketchnotes from Kaya Thomas' talk at UIKonf 2019 about inclusive and accessible app development
😮 "Detangling Gesture Recognizers" from @whattherestime4 was about handling 18 different gestures with building their own state machine. Sketchnotes from Shannon Hughes' talk at UIKonf 2019 about detangling gesture recognizers
🗺️ Internationalization is more than supporting different languages... a very interesting "WWDC-session-like"-talk by @krstnfx. Sketchnotes from Kristina Fox's talk at UIKonf 2019 about internationalizing your apps
🙅‍♀️ How to keep developer pain low with a consistency principle - by @julieyaunches. I really think the "1 thing, 1 pattern" rule is the most important one! Sketchnotes from Julie Yaunches' talk at UIKonf 2019 about the consistency principle
📈 Lots of tips on how to market your mobile app by @LisaDziuba. Very useful not only for business people but also for developers! Sketchnotes from Lisa Dziuba's talk at UIKonf 2019 about how to market your mobile app
🎉 What is needed for high performing teams? @fuesunw gives some helpful advices. Sketchnotes from Füsun Wehrmann's talk at UIKonf 2019 about
🌟 A very entertaining talk from @ericasadun about format specifiers and better solutions for String Interpolation in Swift. Sketchnotes from Erica Sadun's talk at UIKonf 2019 about Swift 5's Strings interpolation
💻 Experiences with Kotlin/Native by @designatednerd. Seeing the live demo at unconference day really motivated me to give Kotlin/Native another chance. Will definitely try it out again! Sketchnotes from Ellen Shapiro's talk at UIKonf 2019 about Kotlin/Native
🎨 Updating colors in an app can be a pain but it got way better with named colors & color assets, as you can use them in storyboards as well. @NehaPundlik talked about wide colors and how to work with colors in Xcode. Sketchnotes from Neha Kulkarni's talk at UIKonf 2019 about working with colors in iOS
⌛️ Are Promises a thing for iOS? When would it be cool to use them? An easy introduction to Promises in iOS by @northofnormal. Sketchnotes from Anne Cahalan's talk at UIKonf 2019 about promises in iOS
✍️ Outstanding presentation of her prototype by @juliaroggatz. We also took a look behind the scenes and she talked about some implementation details! Sketchnotes from Julia Roggatz's talk at UIKonf 2019 about challenges of muse prototype
💡 Interesting approach to define UI in the backend by @KateCastellano.
She somehow managed to stay calm and professional while she live coded with only 5% battery! Kudos! 👏 Sketchnotes from Kate Castellano's talk at UIKonf 2019 about backend driven UIs
👏 The conference was closed by @hellosunschein who told us about her changing relationship to mobile app development. This was a perfect ending which inspired me to reflect what I want to do in my life. Sketchnotes from Lea Marolt's talk at UIKonf 2019 about her relation ship with mobile app development
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