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Journeying towards best web practices.
Journeying towards best web practices.

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Due to illnesses, we have to postpone the Web Sherpa Summit.

The new date is April 23rd.

We hope you are still able to attend and enjoy the Summit online for that day.

If you can't, please note that recordings come with registration and you will get access to them as soon as they are available.

A side effect of the delay is that we are able to get more Sherpas for the Round Table Q+A's: Steve Fisher and Dan Rubin!

Again, the new date is April 23rd!
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April 2 and the Web Sherpa Summit is quickly approaching! Get your tickets now for this online conference. You can interact with +Laura Kalbag +Derek Featherstone Nicole Fenton and +Dan Mall during open Q&A sessions.

Act quickly and use the discount code SHERPA to save 20%
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You can squeeze one last bit of greatness out of Web Standards Sherpa and help make sure all our valuable work is archived properly.

Check out the Sherpa Summit featuring +Laura Kalbag +Derek Featherstone Nicole Fenton and +Dan Mall  in all online conference hosted by Environments for Humans.

Read the announcement detailing the end of Web Standards Sherpa and learn about the conference.
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Web Standards Sherpa and Environments for Humans are joining forces to celebrate web design best practices and bid a fond farewell to Shirley the Goat. Some of our best Sherpa guides are presenting at this one day virtual conference and there will also be two open Q&A sessions where you can ask industry experts your pressing questions.

Bring all your Sherpas to your desktop or their own mobile device on April 2nd from 9AM to 4PM.

Use the discount code SHERPA to get 20% off.
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In SASS for Big Sites, part 2, Jackie Balzer focuses on the general “care and feeding” of your Sass codebase: how to use your modular Sass to create style guides, other tools to maintain code consistency, and ways to keep your team up-to-date on coding standards and guidelines.

http://webstandardssherpa.com/reviews/sass-for-big-sites-part-2/

 
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Wonderful new post today from Jackie Balzer of Behance. SASS for Big Sites!
Sass for Big Sites, Part 1
Sass for Big Sites, Part 1
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Today Emily Gray and Drew Clemens write about Responsive Discovery. They talk about how to discover the true problem a web site is meant to solve and suggest tools used to set course on projects
Responsive Discovery
Responsive Discovery
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ICYMI, Ben Callahan wrote a great post on Web Standards Sherpa talking about how to build a collaborative work environment and encourage growth and innovation among your team members.
Facilitating Collaboration
Facilitating Collaboration
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Today Ben Callahan shares some excellent insight about making the workplace collaborative and flexible. We want our web designs to be responsive, but Ben says the workflow should be the same. #sherpa35
Facilitating Collaboration
Facilitating Collaboration
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The Web Standards Sherpa site was revamped for mobile first. Today we reflect on the process and how it was accomplished.
Reflecting on the Revamped Sherpa
Reflecting on the Revamped Sherpa
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