Talk.CSS #15

Event location: Hackerspace

This month’s turn-out was much better than last month, because planning! But the best laid plans don’t turn out as expected either, as we ended up having to shift location to Hackerspace a couple days before the meetup. But it all worked out well, and the talks were great as well!

So this happened…



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CSS colour of the month

Link to Building video

Sayanee and Chee Aun talk about how they built, with some very interesting features.

Link to Gender inequality in the workplace video

Chris discusses the critical yet somewhat underrated issue of gender inequality in the workplace.

Link to How to choose and pair typefaces video

Zell gives us a few tips on how to pair typefaces with his unique 3x3 matrix.

Link to Websites vs Web apps video

Thomas explains the difference between web apps and websites, while sharing some best practices for building web apps.

CSS News (March 2017)

Updates and news in the world of CSS for March 2017. Our regular segment. Topics covered available here.

CSS grid demo of the month

This particular demo by Jen Simmons is best viewed if you open it in another browser and resize to your heart's content. View it full page.

See the Pen Responsive Mondrian by Jen Simmons (@jensimmons) on CodePen.

About the speakers…

Sayanee Basu

Sayanee is an engineer dabbling with web technologies and electronic sensors. She shares her learnings through screencasts on Build Podcast.

Lim Chee Aun

Head Honcho of KopiJS. Maker of products. Purveyor of stickers. (This is what happens when Hui Jing writes your bio for you)

Chris Lienert

Chris apparently has the wrong qualifications and shouldn't be here. No one told him though, and despite not wanting to work with computers, he became a web developer anyway.

Zell Liew

Zell has the wrong qualifications and shouldn't be here. Fortunately no one told him and he went and became a freelance web developer anyway.

Thomas Gorissen

Thomas likes to work with curious people on ambitious tech projects and hosts CSSConf.Asia, a little big yearly gathering of South-east Asia's web designers and front-end developers.

All videos courtesy of Engineers.SG.

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