Tuesday, July 15, 2014

CSS Summit 2014 Slides: Making Your Site Printable

CSS Summit

This afternoon I awkwardly stumbled through my talk for CSS Summit, Making Your Site Printable. I can tell you that speaking to a screen instead of to a room full of people is a whole different experience than I was expecting. Fortunately for you I do not have an audio/video recording. I do however, have all the slides.

Slides

Making Your Site Printable: CSS Summit 2014 from Adrian Roselli

Links

Links to resources referenced in the slides (in the order they appear):

Ticket Giveaway

I'd like to note that thanks to the generosity of CSS Summit, I was provided with two tickets to today's talks that I could give away as I saw fit. I opted to offer them to two deserving young women from the Buffalo chapter of Girl Develop It (neither heckled me):

The Twitters

Finally, one of the novel things about an online conference is that attendees seem to be more active on Twitter. I got feedback and questions, and even fielded a few sub-tweets (I happen to know the print styles aren't glamorous, but most of the fundamentals aren't). I've collected the tweets in a Storify, which I have embedded here:

Update: July 21, 2014

Based on the activity from these two tweets alone, I am really hopeful that web developers are starting to see that print styles have value and belong in a responsive workflow. Only time will tell. The tweets:

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