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Designcember Community Highlight

» interview

I was Interviewed by Rachel Andrew for the web.dev Designcember (and finally got around to posting a link here)

What’s Happening in CSS & Sass

» podcast

A podcast focusing on front end development but also covering a wide range of web development and design topics. We talked about CSS, Sass, and work being done in the W3C CSS Working Group.

Design Systems AMA

» podcast

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

On Sass & CSS

» podcast

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.

Introducing Sass Modules

» elsewhere

Sass recently launched a new module system. The new syntax will replace @import with @use and @forward – a big step forward for making Sass partials more readable, performant, and safe.

Resilient Web Systems

» workshop

From building beautiful sites to maintaining complex design systems across multiple applications, CSS is the web-language of design.

Agile Design Systems

» talk

Style Guides & Pattern Libraries are great tools for documenting the relationships between code and design, but beautiful docs are only half the battle.

Don’t Use My Grid System

» talk

Explore the history of web layout with the creator of Susy – why grid systems exist, how they work, and practical tips to avoid using them.

Loops in CSS Preprocessors

» elsewhere

No matter what acronym drives your selectors (BEM, OOCSS, SMACSS, ETC), loops can help keep your patterns more readable and maintainable, baking them directly into your code. We’ll take a look at what loops can do, and how to use them in the major CSS preprocessors.

Versioning Show, Episode 8

» podcast

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.

Code Patterns for Pattern Making

» talk

Style Guides & Pattern Libraries are great tools for documenting the relationships between code and design, but beautiful docs are only half the battle.

Jump Start Sass

» book

Using Sass, you can write your stylesheets in a more concise, dynamic, and readable way, and cut down many of the repetitive tasks that come with writing vanilla CSS. This book provides a thorough introduction to Sass for the beginner. Co-writen with my friend Kitty Giraudel.

Herman

» open source

Design systems streamline development, communication, and consistency – but often rely on dedicated teams and extended budgets.

Accoutrement

» open source

Design systems must be meaningful to both humans and machines Accoutrement provides Sass design-token management that improves readability and consistency, while encouraging automation.

Sass Map Magic

» talk

Maps are a powerful data type in Sass – perfect for managing color and scale palettes, framework configuration, data storage, and more.

Sassy Toolkits

» talk

a case-study in building and sharing open-source Sass

True

» open source

True is a full-featured unit-testing library for Sass. The core functionality is written in pure SassScript, so it can be used anywhere Sass is compiled. Advanced features are available with our JS test-runner integration.

Susy

» open source

Susy was a lightweight grid-layout engine for Sass, originally released in 2009. Over time, it became one of the most popular layout frameworks on the web, before retiring in 2020.