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[CSSconf.eu 2013] Harry Roberts - Normalising designs for better quality CSS

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Published on Sep 18, 2013

CSSconf.eu - http://cssconf.eu - Berlin, September 13, 2013

Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/csswizardry/n...

Talk description: "It's hard to deny that websites need to be well designed; a pleasing UI, a seamless and pleasant UX, and a great personality really encourage users to interact and enjoy using your site, product or service. However, the design is only one part of a finished product; your product is built on code, and oftentimes it is necessary to sacrifice certain aspects of a design in order to keep the codebase itself leaner, faster, and more enjoyable to work with. In this talk Harry aims to share some of his die-hard pragmatic approaches that he employs in order to push back on designs to produce far better quality code."

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