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The Ultimate Conference

To set things straight, nothing beats the real thing!

Attending a conference gives you the opportunity to meet like-minded people, have in-depth conversations greater than 140 characters and thrive off your peers’ motivation.

The amount of conferences within the calendar year are ever increasing and the bar is being set higher and higher each year. It’s truly astounding.

Unfortunately, one can’t attend every conference but fortunately we do have the opportunity to relive some. Most conference organises go to great lengths to capture, edit and release each and every talk. The good thing about all their hard work is that we can create the ultimate conference.

Web Design Weekly #113

An amazing slide deck by Addy Osmani. The slides introduce you to new tools and workflow techniques to keep you productive on the front-end. Whats new in WordPress 3.7. Alex MacCaw released a nice Animating jQuery library. Andy Appleton took Ember for a spin. Another great post from Smashing Magazine about Grunt and so much more. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #112

Adobe released Snap.svg which is a JavaScript library that makes working with your SVG assets as easy as jQuery makes working with the DOM. Andy Clarke blogged about the ten year old Sliding Doors technique in CSS. Mark McDonnell explains everything about using Grunt. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #111

Ghost launches to the public. The Sass website was redesigned. Eric Rowell looks into the current graphics trends on the web. Leonie Watson explains the HTML5 section element. Dudley Story gives a great overview oh how to create a responsive image map with SVG and much more. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #110

Chris Coyier expresses his thoughts on the current situation at CodePen. Paul Irish dives into the finer details of Flexbox. Nicholas Zakas puts the Node.js thing into perspective. ‘all:unset’ drops int Firefox 27. Dan Mall blogged about moving his site into the responsive world. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #109

Google Web Designer was released which had mixed reactions. Paul Irish shares lots of awesome performance tips. Lara Swanson shared her story about the mobile web at Etsy. Buzz from Campaign Monitor shared his inside knowledge on designing their new iOS7 icons. Melanie Lang shared a huge collection of tools, tips and tricks on improving your workflow as a web designer. Big week. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #108

Brad Frost shares his thoughts on designing in the open. Something that we will be seeming more of in the future no doubt. Frank Chimero wrote and amazing piece about the inferno of independence.Justin Tadlock gives a great argument on why custom post types belong in plugins. Phillip Walton created a great resource to showcase how good flexbox really is. Teehan+Lax share their inspirational journey and so much more Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #107

Big news with Safari on iOS7 being released. Unfortunately being a Web Developer things aren’t exactly perfect. Chris Coyier covered everything you need to know about the Table element. Node School was released. Paul Lewis explains the best way to debug your canvas work. The Webstock talks were released and so much more. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #106

Opera releases a new iPad browser called Coast. ‘position:sticky’ lands in Gecko in Firefox Nightly. Boris Smus shares two responsive image workflows. Nicholas Zakas dives in and explains the ECMAScript 6 arrow functions. Mike West’s talk from Frontend Conference about client-side security was released and so much more. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #105

Smashing Magazine turns 7! So much talk about progressive enhancement this week I decided to only feature one, but a goodie. Jay Denseric goes into details about using Sass and font icons. Laura Kalbag writes about working with clients. I blogged about writing a better git commit and lots more. Enjoy!