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Tag: AWDG

2014-02-06

Post-AWDGCSS Recap

Thank you for having me tonight, AWDG! Here are all of the links referenced in my slides (and a few extras). If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch! Slides https://cdharrison.com/presentations/awdgcss/ https://speakerdeck.com/cd/awdg-preprocess-all-the-things CSS Preprocessors LESS — http://lesscss.org Sass — http://sass-lang.com Stylus — http://learnboost.github.io/stylus/ Compilers Codekit — https://incident57.com/codekit/ Compass.app — http://compass.kkbox.com/ Koala — … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2014-01-15

Speaking at AWDG

In a couple of weeks, I’m going to do something I didn’t think I’d ever do: I’m speaking about CSS Preprocessors at an Atlanta Web Design Group meetup. Over the past few years, I’ve visited Atlanta a few times a year and live-tweeted AWDG talks. This time, I’ll be on the other side of the crowd. I doubt I’ll ever get … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2009-08-28

How to be a Photoshop Bad Ass

Greg Rewis is the Group Manager, Worldwide Creative Solutions Evangelism at Adobe. He came to speak to the Atlanta Web Design Group about becoming a Photoshop Bad Ass. This post is a collection of tweets along with links to help add greater understanding to what was being discussed before and during his talk. I hope … Read the rest of this item

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.

2009-06-26

Notes from Jeff Croft’s “Grids, CSS, Standards and Tomfoolery”

This is a collection of links and quotes from last night’s Atlanta Web Design Group meeting. Jeff Croft discussed “Grids, CSS, Standards and Tomfoolery”. While it’s hard to follow along without seeing his presentation, the links are in order from when they were mentioned. View slides here.

This item was posted by Chris Harrison.