adactio / tags / book:author=eric meyer

Tagged with “book:author=eric meyer” (17)

  1. E52 – Interview with Eric Meyer – Part 2

    Eric says that accessibility "“is a foundational principle of the web. Like literally the web is built on accessibility. The original specs don’t necessarily call it that, but that’s an organizing principle of the web. And to try to ignore it or overcome it is a lot like trying to paddle upstream”."

    https://a11yrules.com/podcast/e52-interview-with-eric-meyer-part-2/

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  2. The Web Platform Podcast : 139: The state of CSS moving forward in 2018

    This week Eric Meyer joins us to talk about the past, present and future of CSS. Delving into some web history, discussing why CSS can be overlooked in regards to app development and the reasons people can be off-put by CSS this episode is a delightful insight into the mind of a web legend.

    http://thewebplatformpodcast.com/139-the-state-of-css-moving-forward-in-2018?tdest_id=240060

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  3. Track Changes: When Borders Collapse: Inside the World of Web Standards with Eric Meyer

    The history and the future of CSS: this week Paul and Rich talk to Eric Meyer, an expert on HTML and CSS for more than two decades, about web design and standards. Touching on both basic and more technical aspects of CSS, topics covered include the development of the style sheet language, the incompatibility of early web browsers, accessibility (or lack thereof) in modern web design, and, of course, what the W3C CSS working group’s after-parties are like.

    http://trackchanges.libsyn.com/when-borders-collapse-inside-the-world-of-web-standards-with-eric-myers

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  4. Eric Meyer, Meyerweb - XOXO Festival (2015)

    Eric Meyer’s worked with the web since 1993, an internationally recognized expert on HTML, CSS, and web standards. Last year, after the tragic death of his daughter, he raised difficult questions about how we design for crisis and compassion, the risk of algorithmic cruelty, and how we can do better.

    Recorded in September 2015 at XOXO, an experimental festival celebrating independently produced art and technology in Portland, Oregon. For more, visit http://xoxofest.com.

    Introductory music: "Samurai" by Kyle Devine, courtesy of Marmoset. Intro animation by Craig Winslow. Video production by brytCAST. Video thumbnail by Ian Linkletter. Captions by White Coat Captioning.

    ===
    Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sj-_NTCYzFk
    Downloaded by http://huffduff-video.snarfed.org/

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  5. ShopTalk Show 161: With Eric Meyer

    Eric Meyer has been working on the web since 1993, and has been a huge influence on countless web designers. He joins us for a special episode to share what he’s learned about design after going through a difficult and tragic time in his life.

    We talked Flexbox, layouts, his new talk, improving user experience for stressful medical situations, and more.

    http://shoptalkshow.com/episodes/161-with-eric-meyer/

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  6. 5by5 | The Big Web Show #79: Eric A. Meyer

    In Episode No. 79 of The Big Web Show ("everything web that matters"), host Jeffrey Zeldman interviews CSS guru, Microformats co-founder, O’Reilly and New Riders author, and An Event Apart co-founder Eric A. Meyer (@meyerweb) about upcoming CSS modules including grid layout, flexbox, and regions; his career trajectory from college graduate webmaster to world-renowned author, consultant, and lecturer; founding and running a virtual community (CSS-Discuss); becoming an O’Reilly writer; the early days of the Mosaic Browser and The Web Standards Project’s CSS Samurai; "The Web Behind" variation of The Web Ahead podcast, and more.

    http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow/79

    —Huffduffed by adactio

  7. The Web Behind: Dave Shea

    Dave Shea joins Eric Meyer and Jen Simmons for the third episode of in The Web Behind series. They talk about the CSS Zen Garden, a website Dave created in 2003 which showed the world how radically-different designs could be with just CSS. Dave also reflects on the origins and lasting effects of the CSS Sprites technique he introduced to the world, and reminisces about the web design community of a decade ago.

    —Huffduffed by adactio

Page 1 of 2Older