Be inspired by the latest trends in front-end style guides

Experience an inspiring morning at Kamstrup

Many companies have reached the conclusion that re-inventing front-end design every day is not efficient. Style guides to streamline digital marketing and products are therefore becoming more popular. But how do you best collect and re-use design elements and keep both designers and developers on the same page? And how do you increase quality and efficiency through the use of standard components?

We have invited Anna Debenham, one of the world’s leading experts in front-end style guides, to share her experience and advice on how to build useful style guides and how to keep it fresh and maintained over time. Anna will also show examples of different types of styles and explain why these are so useful for designers and developers. 

The event is taking place November 11 and is free for all. 

9.00: Registration, coffee and welcome
9.30-10.30: Anna Debenham
10.30-11.00: Networking

Kamstrup, Industrivej 28, 8660 Skanderborg

Is this relevant for you?
Everyone is welcome, but this talk is primarily aimed for software developers and designers working with front-end design.

Sign up:
Send an email to with your name, title and company before November 4.

Talk outline

  • A quick preview of the different types of style guides.
  • What a front-end style guide is, and why they’re so useful for designers and developers.
  • Some cool features in existing front-end style guides.
  • Tools you can use to help build one.
  • How keep it maintained.
  • An introduction to living style guides.
  • Further resources.

About Anna Debenham

Anna is based in London and is a front-end developer herself. Despite her young age, she is a notable and well-respected voice – with a British accent – in the webosphere. She has participated in several podcasts, and when she is not writing articles and books herself, she is a technical editor for A List Apart and Ethan Marcotte’s landmark book ‘Responsive Web Design’.