On CSS Grid Layout

This represents the collection of posts I’ve written on CSS Grid Layout. I’m by no means an expert yet, but I’ve been working on this group of posts since before Grid was launched to browsers.

The specification is amazing, and I want to make sure everyone knows all about it. Other authors you should checkout if you’re interested in Grid are Rachel Andrew and Jen Simmons. They’ve both been my inspiration in digging deeper into this spec and writing about it.

Make a More Flexible Cover Screen with CSS Grid

Our design trends are about to get a facelift. Grid Layout is coming in the next release of modern browsers. It's important to get a grip on its utility. Let's take a common trend in editorial and marketing design - the "cover page" banner area.

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Start Exploring the Magic of CSS Grid Layout

Grid is an amazing new CSS Specification coming to major browsers in 2017. When it’s ready for use in production, it’s going to drastically change the way we do layout on the web. Currently, there’s no real browser support. Edge and IE10/11 "support" grid, but they implemented an early version of the specification and it’s significantly broken.

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I Converted My Blog to CSS Grid Layout and Regret Nothing

With the death of Lella Vignelli last week (Dec. 21, 2016), I read for the first time The Vignelli Canon. The layout of the pages inspired me. I knew that I wanted to give a quick update to some of my blog posts to mirror some of the design from that book -- a book that talks about grids, as well.

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