A Few of Our Faves: February 9
Feb 09, 2015
With all the great things our authors and friends are up to these days, it’s true love:
- Dribbble co-founder and Sass for Web Designers author Dan Cederholm discusses using tools and templates versus rolling your own design and code, the joys of the fretless banjo, and much more on The Big Web Show.
- Scott Jehl and Filament Group launched a new version of their Grunticon SVG workflow tool—and to show off all the great new features, they also designed a fresh Grunticon site!
- Intel Software presents dozens of new UX how-to videos from Luke Wroblewski.
- Watch—and learn from—Jeremy Keith as he bets on HTML for the long haul, in his talk at An Event Apart Austin. Don’t miss AEA when it comes to your town this year!
- Peruse this lovely review of Ethan Marcotte’s second edition of Responsive Web Design, from community friend Susan Jean Robertson.
- The responsive web design podcast brings you an interview with PayPal focused on lean development methodology, and with Lapham’s Quarterly on how a new CMS and editorial workflow support responsive design.
- Responsive Web Design, Second Edition technical editor Anna Debenham explores Android wearable devices and the Moto 360 browser.
- Atlanta friends: An Event Apart kicks off its 2015 tour in your wonderful city next week—and there are still a few spots left!
- A List Apart hits the frosty February ground running with tons of great new reads: “Reframing Accessibility for the Web”, an excerpt from Understanding Context, exploring the dark side of CSS pre-processors, thoughts on “how big is big enough to pick on?”, and a style guide generator roundup.
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