Really nice bunch of sketches encapsulating the talks. Great idea.
One of the problems that HTML5 aims to solve is that of heading levels, particularly in documents where content is cut and pasted from other documents or inserted through syndication from another source. In previous versions of HTML you need to manually make sure that any headings in the inserted or copied content are of the right level, i.e. h1-h6.
In his Design Principles presentation at An Event Apart in Atlanta, GA 2011 Jeremy Keith outlined the design principles behind the World Wide Web and how they continue to shape its future.
Luke Wroblewski’s notes from the presentation.
In his Smoke Gets In Your Eyes presentation at An Event Apart in Atlanta, GA 2011 Andy Clarke showcased what is possible with CSS3 animations using transitions and transforms in the WebKit browser.
Luke Wroblewski’s notes from this talk.
While the following list does not include all of the great new properties in the CSS3 specification, this selection of the top 10 will give you a great start with your front-end coding projects.
Great roundup from .net magazine.
If you ever wondered why the HTML specs take so long to thrash out, here’s an insight into just what goes into the W3C HTML working group consultations. Incredibly detailed and well argued post from Steve Faulkner. Awesome chops.
Hate to admit it, but this Microsoft stuff is clever and slick.
Most impressively, the event and the specifics presented (iOS 5, iCloud, OS X Lion) during it were clearly staged to deliver an inspiring but chilling message: Whether you’re a prospective customer, developer, channel partner, or competitor, “resistance is futile.”
Interesting article on Apple strategy.
Interesting proposal from Adobe.