At CSSconf.eu, 200 of the best frontend developers and designers will gather in Berlin for a one day conference that will showcase the future of CSS development. Check out the line-up and unlock your discount with the code “WDW<3CSS” at cssconf.eu. (2013.cssconf.eu)
A successful web design is one that comes from a carefully planned approach. But when it comes to creating a great responsive web design, the tried and true process of web design that has worked for many designers in the past is no longer necessarily the best approach. (medium.com)
This post by Jason Grigsby talks about how we now treat responsive web design as the default approach and look out for reasons why it won’t work instead of the other way around. Great article. (blog.cloudfour.com)
Why do browsers have this 300 millisecond delay? Well Jeremy Keith looks into it and puts across a very strong point to the browser makers to think about implementing a fix. (adactio.com)
There is still no best answer to client-side package managers and dependency management. In this post Seth Vincent looks at the big three. (flippinawesome.org)
Tools / Resources
Apropos helps your site serve up the appropriate image for every visitor. Serving multiple versions of an image in responsive and/or localized web sites can be a chore, but Apropos simplifies and automates this task. Instead of manually writing a lot of CSS rules to swap different images, Apropos generates CSS for you based on a simple file naming convention. (github.com)
The talented Steven Witten’s personal website just turned 13, so he gave it a complete front-end rewrite. He also blogged about how it came to be. Probably ranks as one of the coolest personal sites on the internet. (acko.net)
This great discontent interview is one of the best I have read. The interview is with Frank Chimero who is a Brooklyn-based designer and author of The Shape of Design. He has worked for some of the biggest clients in the business and outputs some cutting edge work. Enjoy. (thegreatdiscontent.com)
From The Blog
Last But Not Least…
Early this week the talented team opened up to the public. Looks like it will be an awesome way for designers to make an extra penny. Also be sure to check out the “ers” in “Designers”. Some crazy cool stuff going on! (canva.com)
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