March 2009 Archives
Efficient and effective. Stephen P. Anderson.
Approved for all audiences! Stephen P. Anderson.
"CSS System is a reusable set of content-oriented markup patterns and associated CSS created to express a site's individual design. It is the end result of a process that emphasizes up-front planning, loose coupling between CSS and markup, pre-empting browser bugs and overall robustness. It also incorporates a shared vocabulary for developers to communicate the intent of the code. This talk elaborates on this concept, and also describes a number of tricks I use to pre-empt maintainability issues."
By Natalie Downe. View the presentation!
To hell ;)
And his latest one.
3rd in a row:
An orange cone? Completely unrelated to a red fez ...
"When things become connected, their fundamental nature changes. Information is a material from which digital things are made, and such objects exist simultaneously in the physical world and in the world of data. These two qualities profoundly change design."
Bram Pitoyo: "Do you know that the world-famous Helvetica was based on a late 19th century typeface model? That Arial is Helvetica's bastard child, commissioned to avoid paying licensing fees? That John Baskerville, whose typeface our founding father, Benjamin Franklin adores, kept a lifelong mistress?"
Mard A. Ross says: "Why? What? Me?" I agree. View the presentation!
We had this on October 30, 2007, the second field is history at least within Google Chrome: We just came across Seth Godin's post 'Thinking About Domains'.
Check out what the following people had to say: Tim O'Reilly - Dan Farber - Matt Mullenweg - Jay Cross - Brian Solis - Kevin Marks - Rafe Needleman - Steve Gillmor - Jeremy Tanner - Maggie Fox - Tom McGovern - Sam Lawrence - Stowe Boyd - David Tebbutt - Dave McClure - Chris Carfi - Rod Boothby.
We had this on February 1, 2008: Peter Merholz gives a thorough presentation on technology, features, and user experience. His words: "Don't focus on technology and features. Heck, don't focus on the 'product.' Focus on the experience you want to create, and build a system that gets you there." Listen to the presentation!
This is a product, this is a logo, this is a brand. By David Armano. View the presentation!
Straight from Barcamp Singapore 3. Speech recognition & next generation social networks. By Bernard Leong. View the presentation!
Free to manipulate ... Watch the video!
Graham Brown says: "# If only we looked like this slide from your presentation