Design Study Night Online: Introduction to Storybook

Jan 25, 2022 Β· Portland, United States of America

🎨 Introduction to Storybook

Join us to learn the fundamentals of Storybook, and how this powerful tool can be used to create, document, and test UI components. Tricia will share how Storybook can be used by cross-functional teams (including product management, design, QA, development) to build extensive design systems. We will discuss why and when to use Storybook in a project, learn how to get started with a live code demo, and explore adding more functionality with its many addons.

⏰ Agenda (Virtual event)

5:15 - Attendees may join the waiting room
5:30 - Icebreakers & chatting
5:45 - Presentation
6:15 - Live code demo
6:45 - Q&A, discussion
7:15 - Closing

πŸ‘©πŸ½ About Our Speaker

Tricia is a Senior Developer at Work & Co, where she’s had the pleasure of building digital products for clients such as IKEA, Google, H&R Block, and Vistaprint. Her development interests include design systems, creative coding, and accessibility. Outside of work Tricia volunteers her time to local design and tech organizations, mentors, and reads time travel novels.

http://tricialea.ch/

πŸ‘©πŸ½β€πŸ’» About Women Who Code

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πŸ“ƒ Code of Conduct

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