A Few of Our Faves: September 8
Sep 08, 2015
Put on yer backpack and sharpen those pencils—we’re jumping feet-first into September with a few faves:
- Did you miss A List Apart’s last live event, Love Your CMS? Don’t worry, they’ve got you covered—you can watch and listen to the whole thing whenever you like!
- The lovely Veerle Peters writes an in-depth, wonderful (yes, we’re biased) review of Dan Cederholm’s Sass for Web designers.
- We just had to resurface this gem featuring Jeremy Keith and Ethan Marcotte: The Pursuit of Laziness: Thoughts from Responsive Day Out, 2014.
- In his article, “Whatever Works for You,” Jeremy Kieth talks about, well, doing whatever works for you when it comes to progressive enhancement.
- An Event Apart asks Ethan Marcotte and Karen McGrane, “What’s Next for Responsive Design?”
- This month, the Web Design Ledger interviews Jeffrey Zeldman and takes A Candid Look at the Life and Work of a Web Standards Pioneer.
- Dear Design Student presents a round table discussion to answer the question, “Do you have any professional regrets?”