A great slide deck from Alla, all about design principles. From purpose to principles to patterns.
The slides from Yesenia’s talk on scenario-driven design.
Oh, how I wish I could’ve been at Web Directions Code in Melbourne to see this amazing presentation by Charlotte. I can’t quite get over how many amazing knowledge bombs she managed to drop in just 20 minutes!
Slides from Harry’s recent talk on performance.
I heard nothing but good things about this talk from the Fronteers conference. There’s some great stuff in here—I really like its historical perspective.
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.
Everything you ever wanted to know about CSS pseudo-classes (and pseudo-elements).
Are we doomed to see history repeat itself? With the amount of client-side MVC frameworks and the upcoming implementation of the ES6 syntax, will we soon be seeing a repeat of the “browser wars.” Will more websites only work in a select number of browsers with the capabilities to run their code?
This looks like a terrific presentation from Alla on iconography, semiotics, and communication.
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.
As a speaker and a conference organiser, I heartily concur with just about every item in this list.
Marc and I have chatted before about the challenges involved in arranging the flow of talks at a conference. It’s great that he’s sharing his thoughts here.
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?
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.
Hey, look! The Clearleft interns are in Wired. That’s nice.
I agree completely with Andy on this one:
Want more quality and diversity in your conferences? Pay your speakers.
By pure coincidence, Andy was at a SXSW event in Las Vegas this week.
The slides from Chris’s presentation on the known unknowns of the web.
I recommend you look through all of Paul’s presentation …because they’re all excellent.