Post-AWDGCSS Recap

awdgThank 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

CSS Preprocessors

Compilers

Links

Demo Project Files

Grab them here: http://hrrsn.me/Tm0k

Et Cetera

For those that asked: my slidedeck uses Reveal.js – http://lab.hakim.se/reveal-js/

Speaking at AWDG

awdgIn 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 used to speaking in front of people, but this is a topic I’m passionate about and I’m looking forward to sharing what I’ve learned with others.

For those attending the talk, my goal is to show you that getting started with a CSS Preprocessor like LESS or Sass/SCSS is easier than you think, and will require you to change very little in your current workflow(s). I resisted making the switch because I thought it was difficult, but I’ve since gone from experimenting with it on single projects to having all of my coworkers using it.

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 you find the recap useful.Continue reading “How to be a Photoshop Bad Ass”

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