Philip Zastrow & Catherine Meade
It's no joke that things in the web move fast. A few years ago, staying on the forefront of CSS was knowing the vendor prefixes for the latest CSS3 implementations and poking around at Sass or Less. Now, in addition to the preprocessors, we have postprocessors, build systems, and CSS components—not to mention the latest and future CSS features! In this workshop, we'll help get you up to speed on these various approaches to writing CSS, their advantages, and how you can start using them. Whether you're a regular CSS practitioner ready to level up or a backend dev expanding your skillset, we'll cover all you need to organize, manage, and write modern CSS.
What to bring:
Ryan Cromwell & Adam Simpson
Throughout the workshop, we'll examine some of the features making their way into developers' hands, enabling a more concise, literate, and safe codebase. Together, we'll practice:
Five Questions (that the workshop will answer)
A successful web product meets not just the needs of your organization, but also the needs of your users. Usability testing – done early and often – is a critical way to check stakeholder and web team assumptions. It bridges the gap between what we expect and what people actually do. Through a hands-on, interactive workshop, Bearded will train your team to: