This slide deck is a whistle-stop tour of all things styleguide and pattern-library related. Nice to see Charlotte’s excellent exercise get a shout-out.
A talk from Harry on the whys and hows of refactoring CSS. He mentions the
all: initial declaration, which I don’t think I’ve come across before.
I really, really like what Ember is aiming for here:
That’s how you get the holy grail of resilience and performance:
Subsequent visits and interactions are therefore nearly instantaneous, because they don’t rely on the network.
I sincerely hope other frameworks are paying attention to this layered approach.
Oh, and I also like this observation:
There’s an age-old argument about the difference between “web pages” and “web apps”. In reality, there’s a continuum between the two.
The slides from Aaron’s talk at OS Bridge in Portland, looking at the formats and protocols powering the indie web.
Vitaly calls them dirty tricks but this is a handy collection of front-end development techniques. They’re not really dirty …just slightly soiled.
Continuing the topic of public speaking, Jenn has a really good technique for figuring out how to arrange the pieces of your talk without getting bogged down in designing slides.
The slides from Calum’s presentation at Front-end London.
The slides from Paul’s talk-in-progress on design principles for building responsive sites. He gave us a sneak peak at Clearleft earlier this week. ‘Sgood.
The slides from Katie’s recent talk.
Performance is a rising requirement for building successful websites, but successful performance begins far earlier than development. So how do you get your entire team excited by it, specifically aesthetic-heavy designers?
A great presentation on web components by Marcy, with an emphasis on keeping them accessible.
Dave’s great slides from a presentation on performance and responsive design.
Looks like Phil’s talk at The Web Is in Cardiff was terrific.
A set of slides from Destiny Montague and Lara Swanson at Etsy with their advice on setting up a device lab. Lara also wrote about the device lab on the Etsy code blog.
Slides from Tantek’s recent talk at Web Directions Code about the Indie Web.
This may be the only slideshow on a website I’ve ever actually bothered to click all the way through.
The slides from Andy’s excellent pragmatic talk on performance and aggressive enhancement at the Responsive Day Out.
The slides from Owen’s magnificent talk at the Responsive Day Out …but you really had to be there.
David’s slides from the Responsive Day Out.
Slides, videos, and links from Paul’s presentation at the Responsive Day Out.
The slides from Anna’s terrific talk at the Responsive Day Out.
The slides from Josh’s super-quickfire presentation at the Responsive Day Out.
Andy remarks on the same synchronicity I talked about at An Event Apart Austin:
Every An Event Apart conference feels special, but at this one the (unplanned) recurring themes were spooky.
It’s great to see the Future Friendly call-to-arms being expanded on. Here it’s university sites that are being looked at through a future-friendly lens.
The slides from Andy’s one-day responsive design workshop are well worth a perusal.
The slides from Andy’s tour-de-force presentation at South by Southwest on CSS best practices.
The slides from the South by Southwest panel I was on with Ariel and Matt. It was lots of fun.
The slides from Chris’s presentation on the known unknowns of the web.
A short introductory presentation on responsive design.
impress.js | presentation tool based on the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers | by Bartek Szopka @bartaz
The slides from my presentation at this year’s An Event Apart. Such a fantastic event …it was an honour to be on the roster.
An in-depth look at browser polyfills: what they are, how they work, and how you can make your own.
Looks like Lyza’s presentation at Over The Air at Bletchley Park was really excellent.
I’ve just seen this incredible presentation from Stephanie Rieger at the Breaking Development conference in Nashville. It’s absolutely packed full of fantastically useful ideas. You really should’ve been there, but these slides can give you a taste of the presentation.
This is something we’ve previously had to build from scratch at Clearleft so it’s nice to see an off-the-shelf solution.
I recommend you look through all of Paul’s presentation …because they’re all excellent.
Aaaaaand once again, the Riegers show us the way. This time it’s Stephanie’s presentation at Breaking Development in Dallas. Bloody brilliant.
This is the webpage of a great presentation on HTML5 and CSS3. It is also the presentation itself.
This presentation-sharing site looks like it could be a good alternative to Slideshare (which has become distinctly more cluttered and crappy over time).
Slides from a presentation on machine tags by Aaron Straup Cope. I highly recommend downloading the PDF for the bounty of links listed under "Reading List."
Natalie has put up the slides and video from her excellent Girl Geek Dinner talk on CSS in The Eagle last week.
A great little Flickr slideshow from Phil Hawksworth.
The slides from Richard's superb Skillswap presentation.
The slides from Simon's excellent full-length presentation at the head conference. Every web developer needs to be aware of these issues.
Scenes from an IBM slide presentation.
Christian's round-up from The Highland Fling. Sounds like a good time was had by all.
Some good advice on preparing presentations.
Brian Oberkirch's presentation from Webmaster Jam looks excellent.
John Sutherland's excellent presentation from BarCamp Brighton.
The slides from Gareth Rushgrove's presentation at BarCamp Brighton. It's all about Restful Rabbits.
The slides from Matthew Somerville's excellent BarCamp Brighton presentation: Is Cornwall part of England?
Videos ands slides from the recent Oxford Geek Night.
Slides based on a usability analysis of Wordpress by some of the Happy Coggers.
Joe shares his experiences of public speaking. There's some great advice here.
Matt J's slides from his Reboot presentation on travel, serendipity and Dopplr.
Pausing for breath is for pussies. Simon's slides illustrate how to pack everything including the OpenID kitchen sink into 45 minutes.
Leisa's slides from the IA Summit in Vegas. Looks like it was an excellent presentation, channelling the spirit of Kelly Goto and Jeff Veen.
S5 has a posse.
The slides of the Hijax talk from the Ajax Developer's Day at XTech 2006 in Amsterdam.
A list of articles discussing the impact of a reliance on PowerPoint® and bullet-point based communication.