Speaking at Talk.CSS

We’ve finally reached a point where enough people have spoken at Talk.CSS to warrant having a dedicated past speakers page. The existence of this page (as well as the past meetups page) is a milestone for Talk.CSS.

So far, 26 lovely people have spoken at Talk.CSS, we want you to be one of them too. If you’re thinking, “but I have nothing to talk about”, we can help. Anything related to CSS will work. It could be something you debugged at work, or about a new property you read about, or something you built, or even a rant about why something doesn’t work the way you want it.

Even if you just have an inkling of an idea, do get in touch with Chris or Hui Jing. You can email, send us messages on or Facebook, tweet at us (@SingaporeCSS, @cliener and @hj_chen), ping us on the KopiJS slack channel or our own Gitter channel. We are totally accessible.


    Hui Jing played basketball for more than half her life and it indirectly led her to web development. Ask her about that.


    Zell has the wrong qualifications and shouldn't be here. Fortunately no one told him and he went and became a freelance web developer anyway.


    Chris apparently has the wrong qualifications and shouldn't be here. No one told him though, and despite not wanting to work with computers, he became a web developer anyway. After too many years in the industry, he's doing good things at ConneXionsAsia.


    Hong Kheng is a front-end developer + amateur designer at Sonoport. She likes pretty things that move.


    Sayanee is an engineer dabbling with web technologies and electronic sensors. She shares her learnings through screencasts on Build Podcast.


    Yong Jun became a web developer so he could be away from the office, working from a sunny beach. At this moment, he is writing and an office.


    Shiaw Uen is a developer. He occasionally plants vegetables and makes soap.


    Sahil is a web developer who occasionally misses the old days of marquee text and hit counters on websites., anyone?


    Aysha is a front-end engineer and a wannabe designer. Her motto in life is 'Code, Yoga, and Cats'.


    Joel is an inexperienced web developer who’s here to tell you how to do your job.


    William is a web developer who believes that 🎶 we are the world, we are the children, we are the ones who make a brighter day, so lets start giving.


    Thomas likes to work with curious people on ambitious tech projects and hosts CSSConf.Asia, a little big yearly gathering of South-east Asia's web designers and front-end developers.


    Tim is a JavaScript & NodeJS developer, speaker and founder of the CampJS conference, as well as our sister meetup, SingaporeJS.


    Head Honcho of KopiJS. Maker of products. Purveyor of stickers. (This is what happens when Hui Jing writes your bio for you)


    Weiman is an user experience designer who is happiest surrounded by robots, graphic novels, and a nice cup of tea. Occasionally she tries to make sense of the world with visuals and is trying her hand at coding to express herself.


    Ken is healthily obsessed with colours and gradients, css-inspecting buttons and backgrounds whenever he chances on good ones. Otherwise he spends time reading CSS Tricks and listening to Rick Astley while coding.


    Claudio doesn't like CSS.


    Rachel Andrew is the founder of, the company behind the CMS Perch. She regularly writes and speaks about the work she does, and can be found via her blog and personal site and on Twitter.


    Ghis will be writing his one-liner as soon as he knows he has to.


    Yishu is an engineer who learned everything about the web from books, like literally, bound printed paper. Other times she tries to sneak in the designers‘ table and hope no one notices.


    Murray is a learner, trainer and math enthusiast, who was born on a blue day…


    Ayaka is a web designer and developer who likes to try out new things but then forgets about it after two weeks. She loves to eat cheese and see objects placed in a symmetry.


    Kok Hong is a copywriter, not a coder. The last program he wrote was in Pascal for MS-DOS. For some reason, however, he has worked on several websites (MOM website, eCitizen, Enabling Village) over the years, with a focus on accessibility, so hopefully you can learn something from his experience.


    Owais works at Autodesk as a Senior UI Developer. He is a frequent contributor to the Autodesk Engineering blogs and spends his free time programming in the genre of 3D game programming and AR.


    Benjamin is AutoCAD web's emscripten-based back-end engineer.


    Seb is a frontend fanatic hailing from Belgium. When he’s not busy coding, you can find him cultivating the local developer community and regularly speaks at SingaporeJS events.