As The Grid Turns: Next Generation CSS Layout With Rachel Andrew at An Event Apart Boston 2015
Since the early days of the web, designers have been trying to lay out web pages using grid systems. Likewise, almost every CSS framework attempts to implement some kind of grid system, using floats and often leaning on preprocessors. The CSS Grid Layout module brings us a native CSS Grid system for the first time—a grid system that does not rely on document source order, and can create complex layouts which are easily redefined with media queries. In Rachel Andrews’s “CSS Grid Layout” session at An Event Apart Boston 2015, by following along with practical examples, you’ll learn how Grid works, and how it can be used to implement modern layouts and responsive designs.
Based in Bristol, England, Rachel Andrew (@rachelandrew) is one half of web development firm edgeofmyseat.com, the creators of the Perch CMS. Her day-to-day work can include anything from product development to DevOps to CSS, and she writes about all of these subjects on her blog at rachelandrew.co.uk.
Rachel has been working on the web since 1996, and writing about it for almost as long. Her books include the bestselling CSS Anthology from Sitepoint; recent ventures into self-publishing have seen her write The Profitable Side Project Handbook, and CSS3 Layout Modules, 2nd edition. Rachel is a regular columnist for A List Apart and other publications online and print. When not writing, Rachel often acts as a technical editor for other authors.
Rachel is but one of twelve extraordinary presenters appearing at An Event Apart Boston 2015. See them all! Following the two-day conference of twelve great sessions comes A Day Apart: Everything You Wanted to Know About Responsive Design…And Less!, led by Brad Frost (Atomic Design). You can register just for the two-day conference, just for A Day Apart, or save $100 when you sign up for all three days. Check the schedule for details, and save an additional $100 if you register now through March 16.