October 2014 Meeting – SASS/SCSS : Streamlining development of UI

October 2014 Meeting – SASS/SCSS : Streamlining development of UI

Speaker:Vincent Novak
Topic: SASS/SCSS : Streamlining development of UI

RSVP: Meetup

Location:Red Brick Station
8149 Honeygo Blvd
White Marsh, MD 21236

Date: Wednesday, October 29th, networking begins at 6:30

Abstract:
Using object oriented styles, media queries and HTML5 to create responsive web sites and applications that move gracefully between devices can make your CSS code extensive and difficult to maintain. Using CSS pre-compiling speeds up the process of creating website styles, breaks up changes in styles for varied devices into manageable portions, and allows for site-wide style changes in just a few lines of code. The demonstration will give a quick introduction to CSS pre-compiling options, but will focus on setting up a project to leverage SASS/SCSS to streamline the development of front end UI and the basics of the SASS language.

Bio :
Vince Novak has more than 15 years of experience in the graphic design and interactive field, with a strong understanding of user experience design and an equal amount of print design expertise. He currently serves as an Interactive Design Specialist at the JMT Technology Group in Sparks, MD. He has created websites, interactive media, brand identities and integrated ad campaigns in the sportswear, financial, technology and government spaces. Mr. Novak has led teams of designers and web developers recognized by several professional organizations for their outstanding work. Aside from holding a bachelor’s degree in graphic design from the Maryland Institute, College of Art, Mr. Novak also holds several awards in the design and multimedia industries.

Specialties: User Experience Design and Strategy, HTML5 and CSS development, Responsive Design, Information Architecture, Video and Audio Production, Adobe Creative Suite, Photography, Print Production, and knows enough PHP, ASP.NET, Javascript, JQuery, Drupal, WordPress and Umbraco to be dangerous.

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