Rachel’s upcoming schedule

Rachel Andrew is presenting at these upcoming events.

Seattle, WA, USA

An Event Apart Seattle

Making Things Better: Redefining the Technical Possibilities of CSS

For years we’ve explained that the web is not like print; that a particular idea is not how things work on the web; that certain things are simply not possible. Over the last few years, rapid browser implementation of advances in CSS have given us the ability to do many of these previously impossible things. We can use our new powers to build the same designs faster, or we can start to ask ourselves what we might do if we were solving these problems afresh.

In this talk, Rachel will look at the things coming into browsers right now which change the way we see web design. CSS subgrids allowing nested grids to use the track definition of their parent; logical properties and values moving the web away from the physical dimensions of a computer screen; screen experiences which behave more like an app, or even paged media, due to scroll snapping and multidimensional control. By understanding the new medium of web design we can start to imagine the future, and even help to shape it.

04 March 2019

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Cleveland, OH, USA

Rustbelt Refresh

Next Steps With CSS Layout Workshop

In this workshop you’ll explore the new features available for CSS Layout. Learn the emerging best practices for using Grid and Flexbox. Discover how to support browsers without support, and ensure that our new powers don’t lead to us causing accessibility problems.

I’ll also be taking a look at how the web is moving away from physical dimensions – mapping layout to the top, right, bottom and left of the physical screen – to using logical properties and values. By the end of the day you will have a better understanding of how layout works, and have plenty of code examples and resources to use as a reference as you start to implement these techniques in your work.

08 March 2019

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Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Frontend NE

Grids All The Way Down

Two years have passed since Grid Layout launched across all major browsers. However as it was landing and becoming available for us to use in production, work on the spec continued. Due to this work, Level 2 of the Grid Specification contains the most wanted feature as people come to grips with the spec - subgrid.

In this talk I will explain what subgrid is, the problems that it will solve for web designers and developers, and the things that it will make possible. I’ll also take a look at some of the other things that are coming to CSS Layout, and how you can get involved in pushing all of these new things forward.

03 April 2019

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San Francisco, CA, USA

Smashing Conference

Next Steps With CSS Layout Workshop

In this workshop you’ll explore the new features available for CSS Layout. Learn the emerging best practices for using Grid and Flexbox. Discover how to support browsers without support, and ensure that our new powers don’t lead to us causing accessibility problems.

I’ll also be taking a look at how the web is moving away from physical dimensions – mapping layout to the top, right, bottom and left of the physical screen – to using logical properties and values. By the end of the day you will have a better understanding of how layout works, and have plenty of code examples and resources to use as a reference as you start to implement these techniques in your work.

15 April 2019

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Boston, MA, USA

An Event Apart Boston

Making Things Better: Redefining the Technical Possibilities of CSS

For years we’ve explained that the web is not like print; that a particular idea is not how things work on the web; that certain things are simply not possible. Over the last few years, rapid browser implementation of advances in CSS have given us the ability to do many of these previously impossible things. We can use our new powers to build the same designs faster, or we can start to ask ourselves what we might do if we were solving these problems afresh.

In this talk, Rachel will look at the things coming into browsers right now which change the way we see web design. CSS subgrids allowing nested grids to use the track definition of their parent; logical properties and values moving the web away from the physical dimensions of a computer screen; screen experiences which behave more like an app, or even paged media, due to scroll snapping and multidimensional control. By understanding the new medium of web design we can start to imagine the future, and even help to shape it.

06 May 2019

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Utrecht, Netherlands

Frontend United

Next Steps With CSS Layout Workshop

In this workshop you’ll explore the new features available for CSS Layout. Learn the emerging best practices for using Grid and Flexbox. Discover how to support browsers without support, and ensure that our new powers don’t lead to us causing accessibility problems.

I’ll also be taking a look at how the web is moving away from physical dimensions – mapping layout to the top, right, bottom and left of the physical screen – to using logical properties and values. By the end of the day you will have a better understanding of how layout works, and have plenty of code examples and resources to use as a reference as you start to implement these techniques in your work.

16 May 2019

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Utrecht, Netherlands

Frontend United

Grids All The Way Down

Two years have passed since Grid Layout launched across all major browsers. However as it was landing and becoming available for us to use in production, work on the spec continued. Due to this work, Level 2 of the Grid Specification contains the most wanted feature as people come to grips with the spec - subgrid.

In this talk I will explain what subgrid is, the problems that it will solve for web designers and developers, and the things that it will make possible. I’ll also take a look at some of the other things that are coming to CSS Layout, and how you can get involved in pushing all of these new things forward.

17 May 2019

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Odense, Denmark

Umbraco Codegarden

Grids All The Way Down

Two years have passed since Grid Layout launched across all major browsers. However as it was landing and becoming available for us to use in production, work on the spec continued. Due to this work, Level 2 of the Grid Specification contains the most wanted feature as people come to grips with the spec - subgrid.

In this talk I will explain what subgrid is, the problems that it will solve for web designers and developers, and the things that it will make possible. I’ll also take a look at some of the other things that are coming to CSS Layout, and how you can get involved in pushing all of these new things forward.

22 May 2019

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Bristol, UK

Pixel Pioneers

Grids All The Way Down

Two years have passed since Grid Layout launched across all major browsers. However as it was landing and becoming available for us to use in production, work on the spec continued. Due to this work, Level 2 of the Grid Specification contains the most wanted feature as people come to grips with the spec - subgrid.

In this talk I will explain what subgrid is, the problems that it will solve for web designers and developers, and the things that it will make possible. I’ll also take a look at some of the other things that are coming to CSS Layout, and how you can get involved in pushing all of these new things forward.

07 June 2019

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Toronto, ON, Canada

Smashing Conference

Next Steps With CSS Layout Workshop

In this workshop you’ll explore the new features available for CSS Layout. Learn the emerging best practices for using Grid and Flexbox. Discover how to support browsers without support, and ensure that our new powers don’t lead to us causing accessibility problems.

I’ll also be taking a look at how the web is moving away from physical dimensions – mapping layout to the top, right, bottom and left of the physical screen – to using logical properties and values. By the end of the day you will have a better understanding of how layout works, and have plenty of code examples and resources to use as a reference as you start to implement these techniques in your work.

24 June 2019

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Washington, DC, USA

An Event Apart Washington DC

Making Things Better: Redefining the Technical Possibilities of CSS

For years we’ve explained that the web is not like print; that a particular idea is not how things work on the web; that certain things are simply not possible. Over the last few years, rapid browser implementation of advances in CSS have given us the ability to do many of these previously impossible things. We can use our new powers to build the same designs faster, or we can start to ask ourselves what we might do if we were solving these problems afresh.

In this talk, Rachel will look at the things coming into browsers right now which change the way we see web design. CSS subgrids allowing nested grids to use the track definition of their parent; logical properties and values moving the web away from the physical dimensions of a computer screen; screen experiences which behave more like an app, or even paged media, due to scroll snapping and multidimensional control. By understanding the new medium of web design we can start to imagine the future, and even help to shape it.

29 July 2019

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Chicago, IL, USA

An Event Apart Chicago

Making Things Better: Redefining the Technical Possibilities of CSS

For years we’ve explained that the web is not like print; that a particular idea is not how things work on the web; that certain things are simply not possible. Over the last few years, rapid browser implementation of advances in CSS have given us the ability to do many of these previously impossible things. We can use our new powers to build the same designs faster, or we can start to ask ourselves what we might do if we were solving these problems afresh.

In this talk, Rachel will look at the things coming into browsers right now which change the way we see web design. CSS subgrids allowing nested grids to use the track definition of their parent; logical properties and values moving the web away from the physical dimensions of a computer screen; screen experiences which behave more like an app, or even paged media, due to scroll snapping and multidimensional control. By understanding the new medium of web design we can start to imagine the future, and even help to shape it.

26 August 2019

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Denver, CO, USA

An Event Apart Denver

Making Things Better: Redefining the Technical Possibilities of CSS

For years we’ve explained that the web is not like print; that a particular idea is not how things work on the web; that certain things are simply not possible. Over the last few years, rapid browser implementation of advances in CSS have given us the ability to do many of these previously impossible things. We can use our new powers to build the same designs faster, or we can start to ask ourselves what we might do if we were solving these problems afresh.

In this talk, Rachel will look at the things coming into browsers right now which change the way we see web design. CSS subgrids allowing nested grids to use the track definition of their parent; logical properties and values moving the web away from the physical dimensions of a computer screen; screen experiences which behave more like an app, or even paged media, due to scroll snapping and multidimensional control. By understanding the new medium of web design we can start to imagine the future, and even help to shape it.

28 October 2019

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