Flexible, Powerful Static Website Creation with Hugo
Ridiculously Easy Layouts with Flexbox
Ready to have your mind blown? Meet Flexbox! The Flexbox (or Flexible Box) Layout Model is a set of CSS attributes that will likely change the way you think about UI layouts. Flexbox uses a dual-axis, container/item layout model allowing for powerful approaches to element space distribution, alignment, and sizing. This can be a tremendous boon for web projects with dynamic data and design flux. It may also tremendously simplify responsive layouts that are dependent on commonly complicated grid models.
This presentation will introduce the mechanics of the Flexible Box Model and demonstrate its capability for simplifying markup and styling. Comparisons will be made to other layout paradigms to illustrate strengths of the model.
Bower Power : Supercharging Front-End Manageability
Responsive Design - Planning, Execution, Management with Bootstrap 3
In only the last few years, Responsive Design patterns and paradigms have brought forth spectacular, sweeping changes in UI web production. The demands for device-compliance as well as the always-growing mobile market have made Responsive Design a necessity for many websites and web applications. While taking the Responsive approach may offer incredible opportunities, it also carries a gamut of challenges.
Dazzling Data Depiction with D3.js
Creating data visualizations for a web has historically been a daunting task. Due to a lacking standards of browser-supported visualization, often the most approachable solutions would involve proprietary platforms, 3rd-party services, browser plugins, or just static imagery.
The New UI : Staying Strong with Flexbox, SASS, and Mustache.JS
The last few years have seen spectacular, sweeping changes in the paradigms of front-end website production. New technology standards, frameworks innovations, design trends, and the always-growing mobile market have totally reshaped approaches to building the presentation layer.
This hands-on lab will investigate a powerful medley of front-end production frameworks, standards, and tools.
The Yin and Yang of Responsive Workflow
Responsive Design has revolutionized the way we create websites, yet there is a strong tendency to still use traditional workflow methodologies. Such workflows can make a project far less efficient while adding a gamut of risks. This session will explore this dilemma, propose alternate workflows for responsive website projects, and offer respective approaches and tooling options for both designers and developers.