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awesome! cheers
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Thanks +Paul Irish. And hey, congrats to you guys on your marriage!
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✎Concurrent http://bradfrostweb.com/blog/post/concurrent/ On struggling with the many considerations of design
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I always wanted to be the USS Enterprise
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+Brad Frost any UK talks likely in the next few months?
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✎ Labelmask, an alternative to input masks: http://bradfrostweb.com/blog/post/labelmask/ … Demo here: http://bradfrostweb.com/demo/labelmask/ 
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from a user experience standpoint i think you nail it. nice use of 'hinting' to avoid hijacking expected behaviors.

from a coding standpoint the only obvious suggestion i have is to move your string literals (such as the .labelmask class selector) to a configuration object with a reasonable default in case someone ever wants to use something different. 

http://rmurphey.com/blog/2009/10/15/using-objects-to-organize-your-code/

it's also awesome to see the community working quickly to iterate on each other's code and ideas. i was stoked about polite space. now i'd say it's already been improved upon.

but i'm most excited about your forthcoming techno remix of that screen reader video. 
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Super excited to announce The Summit, a one-day retreat to plan websites that last http://thesummitretreat.com/ with +Josh Clark +Dan Mall +Jennifer Brook and +Jonathan Stark

To make great responsive websites, an organization needs to radically evolve its process. Thats what we're focusing on.
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+1 Your post has the word retreat in it
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✎ Designing with Dynamic Content http://bradfrostweb.com/blog/post/designing-with-dynamic-content/ 

I talk about design systems, resiliency, Pattern Lab, and "Sara" without an "h".
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I just made some improvements to ish. http://bradfrostweb.com/demo/ish/#disco  URLs with states (like Disco Mode) are more shareable now!
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✎ How to use Grunt with Pattern Lab http://bradfrostweb.com/blog/post/using-grunt-with-pattern-lab/ 

I'm really happy with my design and develop workflow!
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+Brad Frost  I'm loving Pattern Lab so far. One thing that would be helpful is an article describing your process  and best practices for creating patterns. One that would answer questions like:

Should I build patterns from the top down or bottom up, What are the pros and cons of taking each approach?,
What are some things to consider when transferring Pattern Lab work products over to an actual development environment that will be pushed to production? What does that transfer processes and relationship between components look like?

I'm not sure if you have already touched these topics in your previous posts but they are just some questions off the top of my head. Thanks!
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✎ HTML Wireframes http://bradfrostweb.com/blog/post/html-wireframes/ Be more realistic and iterative in the browser
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Work hard. Don't be an asshole. Share what you know. https://the-pastry-box-project.net/brad-frost/2014-May-1
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Words to live by.
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Thrilled an honored to be talking about atomic design at An Event Apart in San Diego! http://aneventapart.com/event/san-diego-2014 

Use code AEAFRST for $100 off
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Whomever designed that website did a nice job.
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I am a web designer, speaker, writer, consultant, musician, and artist in beautiful Pittsburgh, PA. Married to the lovely @minifrost and @ziggyfrostis my dog.
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