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We start by talking about design systems and design tooling – how they differ, and the problems they solve.

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The panel considers how design systems help teams communicate. Miriam shares tools that make design systems easier. The panel discusses different aspects of design. Miriam explains the advantages and disadvantages of using CSS-in-JS, and why she uses CSS with Vue. The panel discusses Miriam’s VueConf talk “Dynamic CSS with Vue”. Miriam explains what her vue applications look like and shares advice for organizing CSS in Vue. She shares the top three CSS features that are the most underutilized.

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27 ‘interview’ episodes

2021

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Web Ecosystem Health Part VI @ Igalia Chats

Igalia’s Brian Kardell sits down to chat with Miriam and Rachel Andrew about who works on standards, and who pays for that work.

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CSSWG, Container Queries, Scope, and Layers @ Word Wrap Show

I talk with Claire and Steph about my journey into webdev and onto the CSSWG, what I find frustrating about how others use CSS, and the three specs I’m working on.

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Container Queries & the CSSWG @ The F-Word

I chat with Bruce Lawson & Vadim Makeev about Sass & Susy, CSS Layers & compatibility, Container Queries, and the CSS Working Group.

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What Is The Future Of CSS? @ Smashing Magazine

Starting a new season of the Smashing Podcast with a look at the future of CSS. What new specs will be landing in browsers soon? Drew McLellan talks to Miriam to find out.

2020

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CSS, Sass, and Playwriting @ Enjoy The Vue

I join Ari, Ben, and Tessa to talk about getting into CSS from other languages, the absurdly massive problem CSS is designed to solve, and the mental model behind the language.

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Design Systems AMA @ Jina Anne

Jina and I answer questions about CSS, Sass, Design Systems, and more!

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Authoring the future of CSS @ Party Corgi

A spinoff of the Party Corgi Network discord. I chat with Chris Biscardi about The CSS Working Group, open-source projects, art, and music.

2019

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On Sass & CSS @ Shop Talk Show

I drop by the show to talk about Sass in 2019, design tokens, Oddbird, unused CSS, new CSS properties, and Dave & Chris’ explanation of revert.

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Design Systems & CSS Views on Vue

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Has CSS finally come of age? @ Creative Bloq

Steve Jenkins interviews me about the state of CSS, and what’s coming next for the language – from Intrinsic Design to Dynamic CSS.

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On Dynamic CSS @ Thunder Nerds

Thunder Nerds interview me before her talk at VueConf US 2019.

2018

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Fonts & more @ Views on Vue

The panel and the guest talk about grid systems, fonts, and more!

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Ethics, ES6 in Practice, and Dynamic CSS @ TalkScript

On Episode 18, the TalkScript team continues the live-ish at JSConfUS podcast series with guests Myles Borins, Tim Doherty, and Miriam Suzanne. Listen in!

2017

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Getting Started with CSS Grid CSS Tricks

It feels like CSS Grid has been coming for a long time now, but it just now seems to be reaching a point where folks are talking more and more about it and that it’s becoming something we should learning.

2016

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*Beyond Pixels Profile @ Net Magazine

Miriam Suzanne creates experimental experiences with her band and her fellow developers.

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An Interview with Miriam Suzanne CSS Tricks

Chris Coyier interviews Miriam when she joins the CSS Tricks team as a Staff Writer. We talk about gettting started in the industry, name confusion, fouding OddBird, building Susy, and more.

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Versioning Show, Episode 8 @ SitePoint

In this episode of the Versioning Show, Tim and David are joined by Miriam Suzanne, best known for Susy, a responsive layout toolkit for Sass. They discuss going from being a lurker to finding your voice, the importance of writing about what you’re learning, stumbling into fame, approaching new projects, and unit testing in Sass.

2015

2012

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Collaboration & Queer Art @ Boulder Writers’ Workshop

interview with Richard Wall of the Boulder Writers’ Workshop