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Must-Watch CSS Awesome

This is a collection of well-received talks about CSS, covering topics such as CSS Grid, flexbox, frameworks, variables, Sass, SVG, performance, tooling, and more.

Like JavaScript? Check out Must-Watch JavaScript! For other great lists check out @sindresorhus's curated list of awesome lists.

2020

  1. 10 Modern Layouts in 1 Line of CSS: Una Kravets, (Google Chrome Developers YouTube Channel)
    21:38

2019

  1. Build a Classic Layout FAST in CSS Grid: Miriam Suzanne, (Mozilla Developer YouTube Channel)
    8:29
  2. CSS Animation - Beyond Transitions: Steven Roberts, CSSConf Budapest
    28:01
  3. Using Devtools to Understand Modern CSS Layouts: Chen Hui Jing, CSSConf EU
    32:39
  4. Hello Subgrid!: Rachel Andrew, CSSConf EU
    32:56

2018

  1. Resilient CSS: How to Write CSS That Works in Every Browser, Even the Old Ones: Jen Simmons (Layout Land playlist)
    55:04
  2. Creative Text Effects with CSS: Mandy Michael, Talk.CSS
    40:46
  3. Learn CSS Grid: Wes Bos, Laracon
    44:59

2017

  1. CSS [Variable] Secrets: Lea Verou, SmashingConf Barcelona
    49:57
  2. CSS Grid Layout: Rachel Andrew, Frontend NE
    59:14
  3. The Power of CSS: Una Kravets, Front-Trends
    30:57
  4. CSS and the First Meaningful Paint: Patrick Hamann, CSSConf EU
    37:56
  5. CSS Grid in Production: Benjamin De Cock, dotCSS
    16:05

2016

  1. CSS in 2016 and Beyond: Christian Vuerings, SFHTML5
    17:15
  2. CSS Variables: var(--subtitle): Lea Verou, CSSConf US
    56:57
  3. Laying out the Future with Grid and Flexbox: Rachel Andrew, View Source Conference
    25:45
  4. Reactive Animations with CSS Variables: David Khourshid, JSConf Iceland
    31:02
  5. Practical Blend Modes in CSS: Una Kravets, SmashingConf Freiburg
    47:04
  6. Real Art Direction on the Web: Jen Simmons, View Source Conference
    31:41
  7. You Might Not Need a CSS Framework: Belen Albeza, View Source Conference
    22:46
  8. The Dark Side of Polyfilling CSS: Philip Walton, dotCSS
    22:57

2015

  1. mdo-ular CSS: Mark Otto, jQuery UK
    30:06
  2. PostCSS: The Future After Sass and LESS: Andrey Sitnik, CSSConf US
    29:09
  3. Your Very Own Component Library: Alex Sexton, JSConf AR
    20:03
  4. Let's Move: Benjamin De Cock, CSSConf AU
    24:52
  5. Motion Design with CSS: Val Head, OpenVis Conf
    29:39
  6. Cascading Shit Show: Jacob Thornton, Code Genius
    42:07
  7. Inline Styles Are About to Kill CSS: Colin Megill, CSSConf US
    36:11
  8. Let's Talk About Our CSS: Michelle Bu, TXJS
    18:11
  9. CSS for Software Engineers for CSS Developers: Harry Roberts, SmashingConf Freiburg
    51:14
  10. Photoshop Is Dead!: Editing Images in CSS: Una Kravets, CSSConf EU
    28:42
  11. Enhancing Responsiveness With Flexbox: Zoe M. Gillenwater, CSSConf EU
    37:13
  12. Move Slow and Fix Things: Daniel Eden, dotCSS
    15:06

2014

  1. What Is a CSS Framework Anyway?: Harry Roberts, Industry Conf
    48:48
  2. CSS Is a Mess: Jonathan Snook, Beyond Tellerand
    53:49
  3. 10 Commandments for Efficient CSS Architecture: Kushagra Gour, CSSConf Asia
    35:55
  4. Slaying the Dragon: How to Refactor CSS for Maintainability: Alicia Liu, Front-Trends
    33:21
  5. CSS in Your Pocket - Mobile CSS Tips from the Trenches: Angelina Fabbro, CSSConf US
    34:19
  6. Styling and Animating Scalable Vector Graphics with CSS: Sara Soueidan, CSSConf EU
    29:16
  7. Play Nice With CSS Tools and Methodologies: Brad Westfall, HTML5DevConf
    42:47
  8. Build Scalable, Automated CSS: Christian Lilley, CSSConf Asia
    48:47
  9. CSS and the Critical Path: Patrick Hamann, CSSConf EU
    33:42
  10. All the Right Moves: How to Put Your UI in Motion: Val Head, Multi-Mania
    45:49
  11. Present and Future of CSS Layout: Tab Atkins, CSS Day
    49:31
  12. Thinking Beyond "Scalable CSS": Nicolas Gallagher, dotCSS
    28:46
  13. Web Components & the Future of CSS: Philip Walton, SFHTML5
    40:02
  14. CSS Performance Tooling: Addy Osmani, CSSConf EU
    46:27
  15. 3.14 Things I Didn’t Know About CSS: Mathias Bynens, CSS Day
    45:35
  16. Effortless Style: Heydon Pickering, CSS Day
    49:51

2013

  1. When Bootstrap Attacks: Pamela Fox, CSSConf US
    28:48
  2. CSS in the 4th Dimension: Lea Verou, JSConf Asia
    44:49
  3. Automated CSS Testing: Jakob Mattsson, JSConf Asia
    42:07
  4. CSSConf EU Keynote: Nicole Sullivan, CSSConf EU
    20:57
  5. CSS Application Architecture: Nicolas Gallagher, SmashingConf Freiburg
    38:36
  6. Realigning & Refactoring UI: Jina Bolton, SassConf
    48:08
  7. Normalizing Designs for Better Quality CSS: Harry Roberts, CSSConf EU
    43:40
  8. Automating the Removal of Unused CSS: Addy Osmani, Velocity Europe Conference
    5:57
  9. The Humble Border-Radius: Lea Verou, Future of Web Design
    37:07
  10. Sass and OOCSS Sitting in a Tree K-I-S-S-I-N-G: Nicole Sullivan, TXJS
    27:50
  11. Architecting Scalable CSS: Harry Roberts, Beyond Tellerand
    41:57
  12. More CSS Secrets: Another 10 Things You May Not Know about CSS: Lea Verou, W3Conf
    60:39

2012

  1. Open Source Tools and Libraries for Designers: Julie Ann Horvath, HTML5DevConf
    29:39
  2. GitHub's CSS Performance: Jon Rohan, CSS Dev Conf
    40:50

2010

  1. Handcrafted CSS: Dan Cederholm, Build Conference
    44:29
  2. The Top 5 Mistakes of Massive CSS: Nicole Sullivan, Build Conference
    37:53

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