Posts Tagged ‘dave olsen’

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  1. 03 Oct, 2017

    What’s Next for Pattern Lab

    Pattern Lab is an open-source tool for building UI design systems. I’ve been using it to build production-ready frontend code for the last four and a half years, and I’m watched it grow from humble beginnings into powerful software that […]

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  2. 12 Dec, 2015

    Pattern Lab Node 1.0.0 Released

    Brian Muenzenmeyer (@bmuenzenmeyer) has done a fantastic job of bringing Pattern Lab Node to life, and it’s now officially in 1.0 status. Brian wrote about what’s changed, and I’m exciting to see things moving forward! Speaking of moving forward, Dave Olsen is working […]

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  3. 20 Apr, 2015

    The What and Why of Pattern Lab

    Dave Olsen (@dmolsen), the beloved developer of the Pattern Lab project, gave a great presentation about why Pattern Lab matters and what it can do.

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  4. 13 Nov, 2014

    The Death of Lorem Ipsum & Pixel Perfect Content

    Dave Olsen (@dmolsen) nails it. In his talk at Confab EDU, Dave addresses the frustrations of our web design and development process, and how a pattern-driven workflow can help. Dave describes the many benefits of pattern-driven workflow: Patterns encourage communication […]

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  5. 21 Apr, 2014

    Pattern Lab discussion

    Earlier today Dave Rupert, Addy Osmani, and several others had a great discussion about Pattern Lab, node, and what’s next. There are some interesting nuggets in there.

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  6. 17 Nov, 2013

    Nitch Podcast: Pink With a Hint of Orange

    In this episode of the Nitch podcast, Kelli Shaver and Jonathan Stark talk about Pattern Lab. Jonathan and I worked on Entertainment Weekly and TechCrunch together, so he was able to share his perspective on Pattern Lab and how we […]

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  7. 24 Sep, 2013

    Planning for Content Beyond the Web

    Here’s Dave Olsen with a fantastic read about thinking about and creating future friendly content. The problem is that, even when using responsive design, the content on our websites isn’t really able “to go everywhere.” Responsive web design only affects […]

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  8. 28 Aug, 2013

    Pattern Lab Gets a Behind-the-Scenes Makeover

    Dave Olsen gives a great overview of all the great work he did to improve Pattern Lab.

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