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RT @violasong: Thanks to Jen for the shout-out . #aeasea attendees - find me if you have Grid/Flexbox tool thoughts, or any requests for F…
RT @jessfantz: Looking under the hood at the power of css Grid–the brilliant insights of @jensimmons are helping make the web a beautiful,…
RT @torrecapistran: @meyerweb That talk made me soooo excited to learn so many new shiny things. Notes from the session on 'Fit For Purpose…
RT @yeseniaa: No one gets me as excited about building on the web like @jensimmons. Today she's introduced "Intrinsic Web Design" to the AE…
RT @yeseniaa: Intrinsic Web Design means mixing fixed and fluid in a way that allows our layouts to serve the best user experiences.
RT @violasong: Previously, the art of web design was often at odds with the nature of the web platform. Now with tech like CSS Grid, the tw…
When @jensimmons finishes blowing our minds, the happy hour party will begin. (And after the party, there’s a mov… https://t.co/LT7IkeX6Jn
Eric @meyerweb followed @rachelandrew as we continued to make sense of the new CSS. #AEASEA Day 1 https://t.co/jc39Q6zi79
@craigzielinski @jensimmons @abookapart From your lips to God’s ear, sir.
RT @craigzielinski: @zeldman @jensimmons One hopes this is also her new upcoming @abookapart title.
Rachel Andrew kicked off a superstar trio of sessions on CSS Grid and new CSS layout. #aeasea Day 1 of 3 https://t.co/zuHY0R1epO
.@jensimmons juat dropped a new concept on us: Intrinsic Web Design. #aeasea Beyond familiar frameworks and layouts.
Yesenia Perez-Cruz explained how starting with user scenarios makes for far better design systems. #aeasea https://t.co/9o7pZ5CYqH
Sarah Parmenter (@sazzy) made sense of social media in Session № 2 of Day I of #AEASEA 2018. https://t.co/i2LlBm77BZ
Jen Simmons killing it at #AEASEA. Sixth session of the day.
RT @gregwhitworth: Final talk of the day is @jensimmons "Everything you know about web design just changed" at #aeasea https://t.co/uCm9Ws…
RT @ChristanFergus: It's a star-studded afternoon at #aeasea https://t.co/0cUMJo338C
RT @shaunrashid: The @firefox Grid Inspector is getting some shout outs at #aeasea. Great tool. Nicely done! /cc: @jensimmons
RT @jpamental: FORESHADOWING: there will be math in CSS (getting a perfect setup from @meyerweb for they scaling typographic system I'm goi…
RT @E3Writing: I love @meyerweb's the idea of using CSS Grid as a method for rapid prototyping. Whenever we can get into the final medium e…
RT @designrumpus: In the most loving way possible: CSS nerds are awesome. @meyerweb is fantastic. @aneventapart #aeaseattle #aeasea
“We agreed to use CSS Grid at the layout level and Flexbox at the component level.” Julian Gaviria #aeasea https://t.co/EyCyh1ZaPB
RT @pbausch: After years of using floats for layouts, "...using float to float an object feels transgressive." - @meyerweb #aeasea
@E3Writing @summer_fangzhou Thanks for the comment, and sorry for how it came across.
@E3Writing @summer_fangzhou (Also I had momentarily forgotten the name of the business, due to my advanced age. So… https://t.co/4MRjko7Gl2
@E3Writing @summer_fangzhou Sarah is a friend. I said "lady thing" because she herself has sometimes called it that.
@jessfantz @meyerweb Well summarized. Thank you!
RT @jessfantz: There is implicit feature query built into css. If a browser doesn’t understand a feature, it will simply skip it. Use suppo…
@shaunrashid @meyerweb You are amazing at summarizing complex thoughts, sir.
RT @shaunrashid: If you have widely-supported properties that are dependent on a less-supported property, you can use feature queries to sc…
RT @shaunrashid: MOSS - more media switches than support blocks. MISO - more support blocks than media switches - @meyerweb #aeasea
RT @jkronika: Two patterns for combining media and support queries. Media Outside Support Statements (MOSS) or Media Inside Supports Object…
RT @jkronika: It is possible to nest @supports rules, or use logical constructions. With nesting, put more critical properties in the outer…
RT @shaunrashid: CSS variables can be scoped to HTML elements. Beautiful... - @meyerweb #aeasea
RT @justincodd: “F$&* your diet, Justin” - the treats at #aeasea https://t.co/GaqWSv626m https://t.co/rNR3RPzyfB
RT @jeremyfuksa: This is the approach I’ve been taking over the past six months. CSS Grid not only makes it SUPER easy to create a custom f…
.@rachelandrew just brought a lump to my throat. #aeasea
RT @rachelandrew: How to support browsers that do not support Grid Layout #aeasea https://t.co/JbAnrkSmct
RT @jessfantz: Language can define how you think. The potential of CSS Grid to change how we think about the web from a content first appro…
“Instead of inheriting the rest of the world’s CSS problems by using Boostrap or Foundation, you can create your ow… https://t.co/g6I42lxWUM
RT @rachelandrew: More about Naming Things In CSS Grid Layout https://t.co/EmuOAJt40l #aeasea
RT @_erica: CSS Grid in a nutshell. https://t.co/uSx09T7g9P
RT @shaunrashid: Using grid means you define things on the container instead of pushing elements around. - @rachelandrew #aeasea
RT @jessfantz: @mozilla is super helpful and wants beginner devs to succeed. Here, they explain the Cascade https://t.co/eInM2w3y7E #aeasea
RT @yeseniaa: Very excited about this afternoon block about CSS layout and Grid from @rachelandrew, @jensimmons, and @meyerweb. #aeasea
RT @shaunrashid: You can create complex layouts by using a single grid and placing items in the grid. - @rachelandrew #aeasea
Flexbox starts from max-content and takes space away. Grid starts at min-content and *adds* space. #CSS @rachelandrew #aeasea
RT @gregwhitworth: @rachelandrew is one of the best devs/teachers I've ever met, she's now empowering everyone to truly understand CSS at i…
RT @shaunrashid: We've been creating the appearance of grids by lining things up but now we actually have a grid. - @rachelandrew #aeasea
RT @shaunrashid: Flexbox-based grid systems look like a grid. But it's not an actual grid. - @rachelandrew #aeasea
RT @shaunrashid: Percentages are: ugly, easy to understand, can be converted from ideal pixel size using a straightforward calculation, but…
RT @shaunrashid: In horizonal writing modes, inline dimension is horizontal, left to right. Block dimension is vertical, top to bottom - @r…
RT @shaunrashid: CSS inheritance and specificity are really important to understand. Putting important on everything might be an indication…
RT @justincodd: The next 3.5 hours of my day :) #aeasea https://t.co/XZ4lBCwHxU
RT @rachelandrew: I explain Logical Properties and Values in detail in this post https://t.co/rtGn2BmqaU #aeasea
RT @rachelandrew: I'm at #aeasea today with my talk Graduating to Grid. Here come some related tweets! All the code for my talk can be foun…
RT @ChristanFergus: One outcome of every An Event Apart conference I've been to is a personal website redesign. This time will be no except…
RT @jensimmons: For two years, it’s been a Rachel + Jen double whammy. Today, that becomes a triple whammy: Rachel + Eric + Jen. #aeasea…
RT @adactio: It’s Gridapolooza time at @AnEventApart Seattle:
@RachelAndrew, @MeyerWeb, and @JenSimmons back to back!
RT @shaunrashid: It’s going to be a CSS kind of afternoon at #aeasea @rachelandrew @meyerweb @jensimmons
RT @justincodd: The organizers understand me. #aeasea https://t.co/kL4lSAKVRP
RT @nicbertino: Go see Yesenia and the rest of the fantastic presenters at AEA. You won't be disappointed. https://t.co/4ZstgdHvlq
RT @justincodd: Posted without comment #aeasea https://t.co/nixjL3XoOd
Old Man Shakes Fist at Cloud… https://t.co/w4DBGcxRZM
#AEASEA Session Notes: Beyond Engagement: the Content Performance Quotient | Jeffrey Zeldman https://t.co/n2UeWTAczp via @torrekean
RT @yeseniaa: Happy to return to #aeasea to talk about building flexible design systems! Here are some great notes from my talk from @lukew…
RT @lukew: to inadvertently highlight my age, 12 years ago we used to call "design systems" "pattern libraries" but we were focused on a lo…
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“In the process of *naming* an element, you work out the function as a group and reach an agreement.” Alla Kholmato… https://t.co/32ZbKhYYvB
RT @jkronika: Don't use hypothetical situations. Identify real scenarios for what users need to do. @yeseniaa #scenariodesign #aea #aeasea…
“Know your use case.” – Salesforce. Know how and where your design system will be used. @yeseniaa #aeasea
Create a *purpose-directed inventory* (Alla Kholmatova), not a visual inventory, when fashioning a design system. @yeseniaa #aeasea
Design systems don’t need to stifle creativity. Scenarios, and not layouts, should drive variation. @yeseniaa #aeasea
RT @shaunrashid: Don't focus just on modularity. Focus on what your users need to do with those components. - @yeseniaa #aeasea
RT @shaunrashid: Successful design system start with content and people - @yeseniaa #aeasea
“Successful design patterns don’t exist in a vacuum.” @yeseniaa #aeasea
RT @anactofwill: I so needed to hear this. https://t.co/GLBPk9OTQu
RT @jkronika: Shift the creative focus of design and engineering teams away from maintaining and towards creating and iterating on new elem…
RT @tauried: .@yeseniaa begins by explaining that design systems can fail when there is too much focus on elements and not enough attention…
Don’t start your design system with components. Start with user scenarios. @yeseniaa #aeasea
RT @torrecapistran: @sazzy session notes on Digital Marketing Strategies for the busy "Web Master" from #aeasea @aneventapart: https://t.co…
“A system is an interconnected set of elements coherently organized in a way that achieves something.” – Donella Me… https://t.co/SxTjOApOnd
RT @jkronika: Starting "Scenario-Driven Design Systems" with @yeseniaa #scenariodesign #aea #aeasea #aea2018
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RT @peteranglea: The brands killing it on social media right now:
+ Agile teams
+ Exceptional storytelling
+ Providing value to users
@brockray You know about hex color but don’t know about @AnEventApart?
RT @splorp: According to @sazzy, the optimum number of hashtags to use on @instagram is eleven.
@Polackio Long-tail conversion is getting a small commitment toward an eventual sale, rather than a direct sale, I.… https://t.co/RHTQ72vIGe
RT @Polackio: I definitely want to hear more about this. https://t.co/frmr3iMAYc
Success in social media comes from thinking, “How can I help you?” rather than shouting “Look at what I’ve got.” @sazzy #aeasea
“The brands dominating social media today are those with the most agile teams, who have exceptional storytelling ab… https://t.co/DsjQslX7cf
RT @shaunrashid: Influencers aren't going away. They are much better at driving conversions/traffic than ads - @sazzy #aeasea
RT @gerrymcgovern: On mobile, 85% of videos are viewed without sound. @sazzy #aeasea So, what does 'viewed' mean?
RT @shaunrashid: Measuring impressions vs conversions can really mask how expensive conversions are despite implying campaign success - @sa…
RT @Longzero: I have a feeling this is just because of autoplay; it screws up with data. https://t.co/1KnpMFF6qC
RT @jkronika: Posts that have relevant #hashtags have 12.6% greater engagement, on average 11 tags per post. @sazzy #busywebmaster #aea #ae…
RT @kateo: Love this example from @sazzy on a pragmatic approach to managing the friction around coupon codes and cart abandonment in ecomm…