Gridset + Sass = Clean, Semantic Layouts

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We have been using the new Gridset Sass output for a few weeks now to wrangle a few Drupal-generated sites, and we think you will find it as exciting to use as we do. You can read all about how it works here: https://gridsetapp.com/documentation/sass/ If you don’t already have a Gridset account, you can start…

Half-price November!

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Sign up for a monthly Unlimited Subscription by the end of November, 2012, and get 50% off your first month. This is the perfect opportunity to see how Gridset can make building your responsive layouts much more painless.

Boagworld podcast talks Gridset

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Paul Boag and the team reviewed Gridset alongside Trello and SoundGecko in the most recent Boagworld podcast. You can listen back to the show, or else read the transcription. Or do both! Here’s a quick excerpt of what Paul had to say, taken from the transcription: So it’s all very cool and very powerful. It…

The New Gridset CSS

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This week, we’re pushing out a new version of the Gridset CSS. This update fixes some bugs, dramatically improves performance, and makes easy some layout techniques that were previously very difficult to execute.

.net talks to Mark Boulton about Gridset

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After months of testing and tweaking, we launched Gridset last Thursday, 16 August. Mark spoke with .net magazine shortly afterwards to explain what Gridset is, how it works, and how it benefits designers working on responsive web design. Here’s a taster of what he said: The core principles of designing grids don’t change. What changes…

Design Shack tutorial

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Joshua Johnson of Design Shack has written up a great Gridset tutorial. Using a detailed sample project and an abundance of screen grabs, the article shows just how straightforward the grid creation and integration process is. He’s also posted up his finished demo page so you can see his results in action. Johnson commented: The…

The Next Web on Gridset

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We might still be in beta at the moment, but word is getting out. The folks at The Next Web have published a short and sweet write-up on Gridset, explaining what we’re doing and linking people to our grid specimens. Here’s what they have to say: Way back when, before the Web and other digital…

Big, Brainy CSS

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The raw CSS generated by Gridset can be large, but that’s because it’s much smarter than your average stylesheet. An even 12 column grid can weigh in at about 105kb when generated by Gridset (just big enough to make any developer cough in her latte) but trust us: the benefits far outweigh the costs.

New Gridset Blog is Up!

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Welcome to the Gridset blog where we are going to get into the nitty-gritty details of grids, typography, and the latest features of our little tool named Gridset. Be sure to check in often to see what is new with the app, and how to get the most out of your layouts.