RCSS Preprocessor by Rain Creative Lab

MiniFFC #16 in pictures: the business of design, PhoneGap, RCSS

To use Ely’s term, it was a very intimate setup at Commune for the January 2014 MiniFFC web design meetup.

Rina Malonzo of PortfolioMNL on The Business of Design

Rina Malonzo of PortfolioMNL on The Business of Design

Rina covered the essential factors in dealing with clients, pricing, growing your business, and picking out work for your portfolio.

The Business of Design by PortfolioMNL

The Business of Design by PortfolioMNL

You can download the slides by clicking above. For more in-depth training about this, there’s the Going Pro workshop series happening this March.

Chard Gonzales on PhoneGap

Chard Gonzales on PhoneGap

Chard gave an overview of mobile app development tool PhoneGap.

PhoneGap

PhoneGap

There are lots of gotchas when using it, so a lot of the discussion centered around this. One major consideration is: should you provide the same interface across all mobile platforms, when they all have unique UI features and guidelines?

JP de Guzman on RCSS

JP de Guzman on RCSS

JP built his own CSS preprocessor called RCSS (not to be confused with RECESS, though both are pronounced the same way).

RCSS Preprocessor by Rain Creative Lab

RCSS Preprocessor by Rain Creative Lab

It’s server-side, PHP-powered, and looks to be just as robust as the ones you’re already familiar with. Check out the syntax, features, and other documentation by clicking above.

JFFC logo Caritakathon logo

MiniFFC took a break in February because of JFFC but it’s coming back this month, not to mention we’re holding Caritakathon much earlier this year. Org registrations are up and team signups will open soon.

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