Talk.CSS #31

Event location: HackspaceSG

It’s always fun to be hosted by Hackerspace. I was super excited to finally have Sarah here as a speaker. If you’ve been with us since the early days, you may have enjoyed some delicious baked goods from time to time out of her oven. Elijah (AKA mini Chris) also made a guest appearance! Talk.CSS alum, William, also came back to share his months of hard work and research on scroll-bouncing. Check out his Smashing Magazine article too.

So this happened…



rgba(205, 133, 63, 1)

CSS colour of the month

Link to Learning Difficulties and Design video

A very meaningful and informative talk on learning disabilities and how the design decisions we make can help or hinder our users.

Link to Scroll Bouncing On Your Websites video

William shares his results of the months of research he did to prevent scroll-bouncing on his app, plus some interesting discussions after.

CSS News (August 2018)

Updates and news in the world of CSS for August 2018. Our regular segment. Topics covered available here.

About the speakers…

William Lim

William is a software developer. He is currently building an indie game called Larinite.

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.

Sarah Lienert

Sarah likes to bake things for Talk.CSS and teach children.

All videos courtesy of Engineers.SG.

The SingaporeCSS monthly

Couldn't make it to Talk.CSS? Missed our regular segment of HTML & CSS news of the month plus interesting links? Here it is in newsletter form :)

powered by TinyLetter