Creating a Front-end Style Guide

  • June 23, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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The Audience

This talk is recommended for Front-end Developers working on mid to large sized software projects. We will be talking code!

The Talk

A number of websites such as GitHub, BBC and CodeForAmerica utilize live style guides to enforce visual consistency throughout their site and facilitate rapid building of user interfaces. You can think of a style guide as a living document of your front-end code and design decisions, outlining the elements and patterns used throughout your website. 

Front-end focused Software Engineers Dave and Diego will talk through how we created our Style Guide and Pattern Library -http://neue.dosomething.org - and how we use it on a daily basis at DoSomething.org. Creative Lead, Crystal Ruth Bell will explain how we make design decisions as an organization.


Dinner and beer will be provided!

DoSomething will serve Chipotle burritos and a selection of beer.

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  • Chinmay

    Unfortunately I could not make it. Is there any video or slides that could be uploaded for those who missed?

    1 · June 24

  • Jovena W.

    Thanks for the positive feedback. I'm glad that the info was helpful!

    June 24

  • Paul D.

    Awesome time! Oh and plenty of food :)

    1 · June 24

  • JD R.

    It was nice to see the approach they took to their guide.

    1 · June 24

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