Speaking at CSS Summit
In just under two weeks the 6th annual online, live CSS and SASS conference, CSS Summit, will be underway and I have been asked to speak on print styles. You don’t have to deal with airports, hotels, taxis, or strangers. Heck, you don’t even need to leave your desk. The event description:
Environments for Humans brings together some of the Web’s most notable experts in [CSS] and [SASS] for an all-new, three-day online conference, the CSS Summit 2014! Bring the experts to your desktop July 15-July 17, 2014 from 9AM to 4PM (CT).
I’ll be speaking on Tuesday, July 15 at 11am CT (10am ET). The abstract for my talk should sound familiar to those who have heard me rant about print in the past:
The push for responsive web design has helped web developers consider how the sites they develop can adapt to different devices, including sizes, screen resolutions, and even contexts.
It should now be easier than ever to respond to a format that has existed since the start of the web — print.
I’ll walk through the process for making your responsive sites respond to the format we most often forget and show you how to use Google Analytics to track what pages are printed from your site.
The rest of the speaker lineup is Estelle Weyl, Jing Jin, Luis Rodriguez, Matt Carver, Jason Pamental, Rachel Andrew, Ana Tudor, Dave Arel, Russ Weakley, Rachel Nabors, Justine Jordan, Chris Eppstein, Patrick Fulton, Ben Callahan, Tab Atkins, Roy Tomeij, and Sam Richard
Whatever you do, don’t pay full price. You can get 20% off by using the discount code 20ADRIAN. So go buy some tickets now and then listen to me rant. Go ahead. Really, go on, buy a ticket.