Our CSS sucks. We've been building sites for over a decade using crappy, ornamentation techniques and shoddy selectors. Our styles unintentional bleed across the site. Our stylesheets are fragile and unmaintainable and full of specificity landminds. Pandas wander alone in the wilderness.
But there's no need to drown ourselves in beer. New techniques like OOCSS, SMACSS and BEM show us that planning before building can make our projects maintainable, easier to debug, and smaller with reduced CSS file sizes.
This workshop will introduce the basic techniques for CSS layering and using design components, the heart of any front-end CSS project. We will also discuss Sass organization and tips to more easily implement these ideas.