I co-founded OddBird with my brothers in 2008 to create scalable, accessible, and performant web applications with a human-centered design.
Where to find me
- @TerribleMia on Twitter
- @MiriSuzanne on Github
- @MiriamSuzanne on Codepen
- RSS feed
Miriam is an artist, developer, and open-web advocate. As a co-founder of OddBird, Invited Expert with the W3C CSS Working Group, and Sass core contributor, She has spent the last 15+ years building, teaching, and helping push the boundaries of web technology.
Miriam created the popular Susy, grid library for Sass in 2009, and then True, the leading Sass tool for unit testing. These days she’s working on extending the Sass color module to support wide-gamut color-spaces, while guiding the development of Container Queries, Scope, and Cascade Layers in CSS.
Miriam is an artist and developer working across a range of media. She makes music with Teacup Gorilla, and theater with Grapefruit Lab – in addition to being a published novelist, visual artist, and digital poet.
Miriam won a 2016 True West Award for 10 Myths on the Proper Application of Beauty Products (Buntport Theater, 2016), the stage adaptation of her debut novel Riding SideSaddle* (SpringGun Press, 2015). Recent productions include Jane/Eyre a queer adaptation of the classic novel, and Pity+Fear an exploration of identity and storytelling – both with Grapefruit Lab.
Grapefruit is a hybrid of lemon and orange. Snow is hybrid of wish and lament.
If you’re gonna dance for war, you’re gonna dance for sure. And if you’re gonna dance for peace, you will never cease.
Sass is the most mature, stable, and powerful professional grade CSS extension language in the world.
I was invited to join the CSS Working Group to help develop the next level of Cascading & Inheritance – along with Container Queries, CSS scoping, and more.