Style Guides and Pattern Libraries are great tools for documenting the relationships between code and design, but beautiful docs and consistent UI are only half the battle. Somewhere, behind the scenes, those patterns have to live in our code, and hopefully make life easier for developers. We can go beyond "living" style guides to find tools that encourage and document pattern-making from the ground up, across projects, without adding developer overhead. From Sass maps and Jinja macros, to front-end architecture and style-guide generators — let's talk about the code patterns that make our UI patterns possible.
About the Speaker:
Miriam Eric Suzanne (http://miriamsuzanne.com) is an author, performer, musician, designer, and web developer — working with OddBird, Teacup Gorilla, and CSS Tricks. She's the author of Riding SideSaddle* and The Post-Obsolete Book, co-author of Jump Start Sass and 10 Myths on the Proper Application of Beauty Products, and creator of the Susy and True open-source toolkits.
Twitter (http://twitter.com/mirisuzanne) | Github (http://github.com/mirisuzanne) | Website (http://miriamsuzanne.com) | Oddbird (http://oddbird.net)
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