Note: If you're curious how this site itself was built (using Serve), check out the code on GitHub. There is also a slide deck from the HTML5.tx conference, explaining how Serve was used to build Unsemantic.com.
However, "no man is an island" and this came about due to the influence of good ideas from a number of other people.
In alphabetical order (by first name), thanks to…
Adam Stacoviak — for the idea to "namespace" the
grid-containerclass, from Grid Coordinates.
- Chris Eppstein — for his tireless work on Sass and Compass.
- Dale Sande — for his presentation on Silent Classes in Sass.
- Ethan Marcotte — for his seminal article on Responsive Web Design, that redefined our field.
- Jeff Croft — for writing about Frameworks for Designers before CSS frameworks were cool.
- John W. Long — for creating the Serve prototyping framework.
Joon Park — for inventing the
pull-xapproach, initially added as part of 960.gs.
- Mark Boulton — for his articles (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) on grid design.
- Mike Townson — for reporting a bug related to Windows Phone IE and desktop IE10 "snap mode."
Nicholas Gallagher — for his article on using Sass to
@importpartials within a
- Nicole Sullivan — for her presentations on OO CSS and Our Best Practices are Killing Us.
- Wynn Netherland — for insisting that all his friends at least try to use Sass and Compass.