1. Smashingconf Whistler: Stephen Hay on Designing in the Browser

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    Perhaps you already “design in the browser”, or you see the advantages and would like to get started. If you already design in the browser, you might feel that Photoshop is quicker and easier. If you still design in Photoshop, you could have the idea that designing in the browser seems a bit too much like development. Luckily, there are ways to make the process easier and take advantage of the real benefits of this new approach. Join Stephen as he walks through a browser-based design from the ground up, demonstrating the thinking, tips, and tools you can use as you follow this process to a finished product.

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    • Unedited web design pt 1

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      I'm redesigning an existing site for a friend. I didn't rehearse this or anything and didn't bother to provide any sound. It's just me designing and developing mobile-first in the browser so it gives some insight into my process. I start off with tachyons as my boilerplate: http://github.com/mrmrs/tachyons And the only other setup I did was grabbed all of the images from the existing site using wget and putting them in the img directory.

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      • Designing in the browser - Divya Manian - Front-Trends 2012

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        Divya Manian on Designing in the browser - http://2012.front-trends.com/speakers/#divya-manian

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        • Your Browser is the New Photoshop — Video 2 of 2

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          Video 1 of 2: http://vimeo.com/8790087 Video 2 of 2: http://vimeo.com/8791675 (current) Presented by Matt Puchlerz & Jon Buda at Refresh Chicago on January 12, 2010 Do you spend your days in Photoshop creating comp after comp, all the while wishing for a more efficient means with which to design? The streamlined application of your dreams is now here, and its called a browser. The ever-extending capabilities of CSS now rival those of Photoshop, with designing in the browser quickly becoming the norm. Matt Puchlerz and Jon Buda will show you why web design and front-end development are inextricably linked, and how in-browser design using advanced CSS techniques foster that concept. Slides: slideshare.net/mattpuchlerz/your-browser-is-the-new-photoshop Meetup Event: meetup.com/Refresh-Chicago/calendar/12195079/ Jon’s Site: jonbuda.com Matt’s Site: matt.puchlerz.com

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          • Your Browser is the New Photoshop — Video 1 of 2

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            Video 1 of 2: http://vimeo.com/8790087 (current) Video 2 of 2: http://vimeo.com/8791675 Presented by Matt Puchlerz & Jon Buda at Refresh Chicago on January 12, 2010 Do you spend your days in Photoshop creating comp after comp, all the while wishing for a more efficient means with which to design? The streamlined application of your dreams is now here, and its called a browser. The ever-extending capabilities of CSS now rival those of Photoshop, with designing in the browser quickly becoming the norm. Matt Puchlerz and Jon Buda will show you why web design and front-end development are inextricably linked, and how in-browser design using advanced CSS techniques foster that concept. Slides: slideshare.net/mattpuchlerz/your-browser-is-the-new-photoshop Meetup Event: meetup.com/Refresh-Chicago/calendar/12195079/ Jon’s Site: jonbuda.com Matt’s Site: matt.puchlerz.com

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