There are four people in handcodedmedia’s collective.

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  1. Jeremy Keith at From The Front 2011: One Web

    The range of devices accessing the web is increasing. We are faced with a choice in how we deal with this diversity. We can either fracture the web by designing a multitude of device-specific silos, or we can embrace the flexibility of the web and create experiences that can adapt to any device or browser.



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  2. SitePoint Podcast #105: There’s Something About Mobile with Max Wheeler and Myles Eftos

    Episode 105 of The SitePoint Podcast is now available! This week Louis Simoneau (@rssaddict) chats with Max Wheeler (@makenosound) and Myles Eftos (@madpilot) about the state of the mobile web. We talk about responsive web design, native apps vs. mobile web apps, PhoneGap, and the changing mobile landscape.

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  3. Jeremy Keith — Hot Topics

    Continuing a popular @media tradition, the final session for day one, hosted by Jeremy Keith, will feature a handful of speakers discussing questions posed by conference attendees. Wear your flak jacket: there will be controversy! Jeremy Keith is an Irish web developer living in Brighton, England where he works with the web consultancy firm Clearleft. He has written two books, DOM Scripting and Bulletproof Ajax, but what he really wants to do is direct. His latest project is Huffduffer, a service for creating podcasts of found sounds. When he’s not making websites, Jeremy plays bouzouki in the band Salter Cane. His loony bun is fine benny lava. Follow Jeremy on Twitter: @adactio

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  4. Patrick Lauke — Brave New World of HTML5

    HTML5 was orig i nally called Web Applications 1.0, but that doesn’t mean it’s only for scripters – there’s plenty for markup mon keys as well as JavaScript junkies.

    We’ll look at new struc tural ele ments in HTML5, and how they can boost acces si bil ity, how to style them (even in IE!). We’ll check out how new seman tics can reduce the JS you need to write/​copy by adding func tion al ity natively to the browser, and how to add sexy open stan dard video to your pages with no Flash, no JavaScript, just a big hunk o’ open-​​web love.

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  5. Rachel Andrew — Core CSS3

    This ses sion will be a solid intro duc tion to CSS3 by way of prac ti cal exam ples that can get you started using CSS3 on your projects today.

    Rachel Andrew will take you through some of the core fea tures of CSS3 includ ing advanced selec tors, media queries and other fea tures that are being devel oped and start ing to be imple mented in browsers.

    In addi tion to dis cov er ing how CSS3 will change the way that we develop in the future we will explore cur rent and upcom ing browser sup port. We will also see how it is pos­si ble to start using some of CSS3 in your projects now, with the help of a lit tle JavaScript to plug the holes in cur rent browsers.

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  6. Jeffrey Zeldman’s Awesome Internet Design Panel

    He brought us The Web Standards Project, A List Apart, Designing With Web Standards, A Book Apart, and so much more. Now legendary blogger, designer, and creative gadfly Jeffrey Zeldman brings us a SXSW panel. There will be discussion. There will be special guests. Quotable insights will fly faster than your fingers can peck them into Twitterific. Combustible wit will fill the room. And in the end, we'll all be a little wiser than we were.

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  7. Complete Audio: Jeffrey Zeldman: Awesome Internet Design Panel from SXSW Interactive 2011 - Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report

    Mandy Brown, Roger Black, Daniel Mall and Jeffrey Zeldman discuss the state of web design and publishing at SXSW Interactive, Sunday March 13, 2011.


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  8. Ethan Marcotte – The How and Why of Responsive Web Design » UIE Brain Sparks

    Ethan’s methods use media queries, fluid grids and other CSS3 elements to create beautiful and adaptable designs across a variety of platforms. Recently, he discussed his techniques during a UIE Virtual Seminar, The How and Why of Responsive Design. Ethan and Adam Churchill address some questions from that seminar in this podcast.

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  9. SitePoint Podcast #111: Responsive Web Design with Jeremy Keith

    Episode 111 of The SitePoint Podcast is now available! This week Louis Simoneau (@rssaddict) talks with Jeremy Keith (@adactio), a UK-based web designer and author of several books on web design. We talk about Jeremy's views on Responsive Web Design, and how Jeremy feels this is creating an exciting time to be a web designer.


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  10. Where Web Typography Goes To Next

    The future of web typography is as uncertain as any other aspect of the medium, but one thing is for sure: it's got momentum. At no other time has typography been taken so seriously by so many involved in the web, and that means there's an awful lot of change and innovation to keep up with if you want to stay on the cutting edge of online type. In as much depth as 60 minutes will allow, this presentation will cover recent proposals and additions to CSS 3, from ligatures to hyphenation, synthesis to capitalisation, and much in between. It will cover the reasoning behind the new aspects of CSS 3, and reintroduce older properties which only now are becoming implemented and useful (and thus browser support will not be ignored either). No session on web typography would be complete without discussion of webfonts. There is still much learn in this field, both in what CSS can provide, and the technical implementation within browsers. But web typography is not just about CSS, or even good type setting. The bit that touches us most closely is the medium through which most of us read: text rendering and screens, and this presentation will discuss and demonstrate the cutting edge of both. Web typography is a hugely exciting part of web design, and the field that is moving most quickly. This presentation will give you everything you need to know to keep right on the spur of the serif, the apex of the ascender, and the edge of the curve.

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