Superhero Presentation Notes | March 14, 2006

This is just a quick post to let people know the location of our How to Be a Web Design Superhero slides from SXSWi. You can download the notes in pdf format at (5.9MB). The slides are resonably informative, but for more info, check out the presentation notes over at Muffin Research.


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Have a Super Time at SXSWi 2006 | March 7, 2006

As some of you may know, I’m going to be speaking at SXSWi again this year. Last year I was lucky enough to team up with fellow Clearlefter Jeremy Keith for a tongue-in-cheek talk entitled How to Bluff Your Way in CSS.

This year I have the pleasure of joining forces with fellow Britpacker Andy Clarke, for a talk entitled How to be a Web Design Superhero. This years presentation takes place on Saturday at 11:30am in room 18ABC so feel free to drop by if the Ajax talk is full.

As a bit of fun. I’m going to be giving away a couple of copies of CSS Mastery and Blog Design Solutions for the best supehero themed outfit of the day. This could be as simple as you turning up in your favourite superman t-shirt or as involved as a full superhero costume. I doubt anybody will actually have the nerve to come in costume, but it would be funny to look out into an audience full of superheroes.

After the talk I’m going to be doing a book signing at the SXSW book store so if you want me to deface your copy of CSS Mastery with my illegible handwriting, please drop by.

Like the previous years presentation, this is a bit of fun to get the conference rolling. You won’t learn any cool new CSS tricks, or come out of our session with X-ray vision, but at the very least we hope you’ll enjoy the slides.

Slide showing Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman

Slide showing the Fantastic Four

Slide showing the Hulk

Slide showing the Justice League of America

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Amazon Ranking Gone Mad | March 2, 2006

I think the ranking system on must be broken as it currently shows CSS Mastery as being in the top 25 sellers!

CSS Mastery is ranked 19 on

Now that can’t be right!

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