How do you scale CSS for millions of visitors or thousands of pages? Nicole Sullivan knows, and shares her insight, experience, and expertise in this in-depth discussion with Dan and Jeffrey.
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Dan and Jeffrey talk with guest Ethan Ethan Marcotte (bio | blog | Twitter), co-author of Designing With Web Standards 3rd Edition, and Handcrafted CSS: More Bulletproof Web Design. Topics include designing and coding for the likes of the Sundance Film Festival and New York Magazine, and the joys of responsive web design, working remotely, and more.
Ethan Marcotte is a web designer and developer from Cambridge, Masschusetts who works for Happy Cog as an Interactive Design Director.
Typography can make or break a design, but there are big differences between what makes jaw-dropping type offline from what makes great type online? In this presentation, Samantha will evaluate interesting offline lettering and discuss how you can translate those principles and leverage CSS3, @font-face, and new font-as-service web apps to create engaging online typographic experiences.
The Changelog - Episode 0.1.7 - Open Source publishing with Geoffrey Grosenbach, Brandon Mathis, and Tim Caswell
Adam and Wynn caught up with Geoffrey Grosenbach, Brandon Mathis, and Tim Caswell to talk about publishing with open source tools, open blogging, and the back-to-the-future world of static site generators and database-less blogs.
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At Webstock 2008, Dan Cederholm discussed some of the details on the Web that personally “wow” him and why.
Do you speak CSS? CSS was developed with designers in mind, and natural language terms are used wherever possible to make it easy to understand and remember. Speaking in styles teaches designers the "language" that will be used to take their vision from the static visual comp to the live Internet.
Jason Cranford Teague, Bright Eye Media
The hype around Web 2.0 continues to increase to the point of absurdity. We hear all about a rich web of data, but what can we learn from these trends to actually apply to our designs? You’ll take a tour through the past, present, and future of the web to answer these questions and more:
* What can we learn from the rich history of data visualization to inform our designs today? * How can we do amazing work while battle the constant constraints we find ourselves up against? * How do we really incorporate users into our practice of user experience?