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  • Layouts in the world of mobile devices

    Laying out content on the web is one of the many challenges of responsive web development. Positioning content and ensuring consistent behaviour on smaller to larger screen devices requires hacks and workarounds that can be frustrating to wrestle with and when employed wrongly, can make code harder to maintain. Fortunately, the rise of responsive web development has also increased the number of tools that we can use in order to make our workflow easier. The new CSS Grid specification is one of such examples that gives us the power to control grid structures through CSS instead of HTML making laying out content to be easier. In this talk, I will walk you through the future of laying out content on the web.

  • Responsive Web Bloopers at Viki

    How hard can responsive web be? It sounds simple: design for a number of screen sizes and just throw in several media queries and your website is now "responsive"! Unfortunately, this is not the case and responsive web hasn't made our job easier. Adopting responsive web design will force you to change your design, development, and testing workflow. Problems may also arise in different stages of the workflow. In this talk, we will talk about responsive web blunders at Viki, how we overcome it, and some tips on how you can avoid it.

  • Breaking down SVG animation

    Looking at complex animation from a beginner's perspective