From prototype to development

Marius Hauken (Netlife Research)
Robin Sandborg (Netlife Research)

Short workshop - in English

Prototyping is a key factor for being able to test your products  on real users and avoid wasting time on building stuff you don’t need.  

 
When prototyping with HTML and CSS, it’s all too common to discover that your code has become an unmaintainable beast with little or no reuse value. In this workshop we’ll be talking about SCSS structure with BEM, and how this can help you create a cohesive library of modules. You will be working hands on with creating modules and learn about how these modules can be used as a design tool.
 

In this workshop you are going to learn

  • How to structure your SCSS so that you and your team have more control
  • How to avoid the specificity-monster in CSS
  • How to work with modules in your design and how this makes development and prototyping easier
  • How to handle complex, responsive layouts in CSS
  • Tools and techniques to support your workflow when working on responsive design projects

Intended for

  • professional designers
  • developers
  • anyone that wants to better understand responsive design
  • You should at least be familiar with some basics of responsive design, HTML5 and SCSS.
 

What to bring

  • Your laptop with your favorite text editor
  • Some way to easily set up SCSS compilation (ie Codekit, grunt, terminal)
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