CSS3 Patterns Gallery — This small collection of CSS3 patterns is pretty neat. The code is simple enough to grok!
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 http://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 —… Continue reading Post-AWDGCSS Recap
On Wednesday, 4 September, Nick Finck visited theClubhou.se and spoke to RefreshAugusta about Big Picture UX. Here’s some video from the event: http://csra.co/videos/20130904-refresh-big_picture_ux.m4v View Slides →
I updated my list of CSS Preprocessing Resources to include several new compilers, frameworks and mixing libraries.
On October 17th, I’ll be giving my first talk in quite some time, and I’ll be covering a topic that I once feared, but have quickly grown to love: CSS Preprocessors. Writing CSS isn’t inherently difficult, but it could be much more efficient to author. In this talk, I’ll introduce you to the wonderful world… Continue reading Preprocess all the things!
Next weekend, MailChimp’s Jenn Downs will be conducting a half-day user research workshop at TheClubhou.se. I’m really excited to have Jenn back in Augusta so soon after Web Afternoon Augusta. In this workshop you’ll learn how to design moderated and unmoderated usability tests and user interviews, recruit test participants, interview customers (by asking all the… Continue reading User Research Workshop
I’ll be attending at least two web conferences in the next two months. (And possibly a third.) First up: A Web Afternoon in Charlotte, NC on 22 September. Then there’s Converge Florida in Tallahassee, FL on 4-5 October. In both cases, these are events that were successful enough in their home towns – Atlanta &… Continue reading Upcoming Conferences
A Web Afternoon is making its way to Charlotte, NC next month. Registration is now open for this mini-event, and if you act fast (before August 25) you can snag a ticket for around $30. Why go to A Web Afternoon? It’s a half-day of awesomeness. The half-day format won’t kill your weekend or keep… Continue reading An Afternoon in Charlotte
If you’re not using a CSS Preprocessor yet, have no fear: it’s easier than you think.