Portland Web Design


Writing css for responsive web design can get out of control quickly. Write some media queries for your layouts, some more for your menus, and even more to catch all the little details in a well-crafted design and they really add up.

I created a Sass extension called Breakpoint that lets you boil your media queries to their essential properties, and to give each one a meaningful name. This helps you write your styles more quickly, while also creating more maintainable and future-proof code. I’ll demonstrate why this is needed and how it’s become indespensible in my RWD toolset.

5 thoughts on “Portland Web Design

  1. Robert Petras

    In the last week +Mason Wendell and +Sam Richard held a fascinating
    presentation about how to develop a responsive web design using CSS Sass,
    Compass, Breakpoint and Singularity grid system at the Drupal Conference
    2013, Portland. I hope you will enjoy it. They talk about the sassy way in
    general with some examples but there is a Drupal related question & answer
    section at the end part of their speach.

    #CSS #Sass #Drupal 

  2. Daniel S. Reichenbach

    Interesting to see I am not the only one mingling with the combination of
    Compass, Breakpoint, and Singularity.

    #CSS #Sass

  3. Robert Petras

    In the last week +Mason Wendell and +Sam Richard held a fascinating
    presentation about how to develop a responsive web design using CSS Sass,
    Compass, Breakpoint and Singularity grid system at the Drupal Conference
    2013, Portland. I hope you will enjoy it. They talk about the sassy way in
    general with some examples but there is a Drupal related question & answer
    section at the end part of their speach.

    #CSS #Sass #Drupal 

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