Refresh Pittsburgh

A community of web designers & developers working to refresh the web design industry in Pittsburgh.

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Left Field Meeting Space

Your Eyes Can Deceive You; Don't Trust Them!

Kate Holloway

The What & Why of Pattern Lab

Dave Olsen

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Workshop: Making Things Move with CSS and JavaScript

Refresh Pittsburgh Presents:

Making Things Move with CSS and JavaScript

A workshop on making the most of your standards-based transitions, animations and interactions.

A workshop with Val Head on Friday June 29th, 2012 from 10:00am to 4:30pm

There are a million ways to make things move for the web these days. There are so many new possibilities with CSS3 properties and more. We’ll look at how to get the most out of your transitions and animations with CSS and look at how to mix in some JavaScript for even more powerful options.

This workshop aims to give you a jump start in current standards for animating and motion on the web as well as a solid foundation for the design thinking behind them. We’ll get our hands dirty with some code (CSS and JavaScript) and some solid examples for you to take home. And we’ll also spend time on the why and how behind our animation decisions.

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HTML5 Workshop with Daniel Mall

In association with our flagship event, Web Design Day, we are proud to announce an upcoming workshop that we have been working on for a while.

Designing (for) Interaction

A Pragmatic Workshop on HTML5, CSS3, Typekit, and a Sprinkle of jQuery

A workshop with Dan Mall, Saturday June 4th, 2011.
9:30am to 4:30pm

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Developments over the last few years have completely changed the way we build websites. For those too busy to read specs and approach it academically, we’ll spend a good portion of the day together, learning how to build a modern website in a practical, efficient way. If you can already hack your way through HTML and CSS, this workshop will be perfect for taking those skills to the next level.

We’ll cover new HTML5 tags and their semantics, learn a few new key CSS3 features, implement some non-standard fonts with and without Typekit, try out transitions and translations with with CSS and JavaScript (using jQuery), and pick up a few best practices along the way.

At the end of the day, we’ll have built a fully functioning site you’ll wish you could put on your mantelpiece.

Registration opens on Monday, April 18th at noon and there are only 30 seats available.

Check out our workshop page for complete event details!