Re:fresh Richmond

Refresh Richmond is a community of designers, developers and other web professionals working to improve the creative, technical and professional aspects of new media endeavors in the Greater Richmond area.

What is the goal of Refresh Richmond?

In simple terms, Refresh Richmond hopes to bring people together to share what they know.

Through software and technology demonstrations, panel discussions, and open-ended Q&A sessions — driven by your creativity, knowledge and experience — we hope to bring members of the Richmond web community together to talk shop, have some fun, and strengthen the community in the process.

How can I get involved?

To start, sign up for our email newsletter, which will keep you up-to-date on all our goings-on.

Then, help us spread the word. Tell your coworkers, colleagues and friends, and write about us on your websites and blogs. Join our Facebook and LinkedIn groups to connect directly with fellow members, post comments or photos, and get event updates.

And, of course, attend our meetings, held at 804 RVA from 6:00-8:00 on the third Tuesday of the month, barring any scheduling conflicts or special events.

Want to get even more involved?

Is there a specific topic you'd like to learn more about? Want to lead a meeting on a topic you have experience with? Or just have questions about the group? Send an email to

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Next Event

Angularjs 101

Monday, June 30, 2014 at 6:00 PM

804RVA | 1657 West Broad Street

Angularjs is a JavaScript framework that allows developers to create single page applications driven by front end code. During this 60 minute session, we will be discussing Angularjs, what it is, how it works, and why you should be using it. Come learn about the main concepts such as data binding, scope, routes/views, filters, and directives. We will build a live application to demonstrate these ideas.

Tiffany France is a UX designer and interactive developer focused on front end technologies. Her expertise includes helping developers understand how to use typography, as well as getting designers to start using JavaScript. She lives and works in Richmond, VA and spends her free time reading, writing, and drawing typefaces. She is mom, a wife, and caretaker of six chickens.