Due to Covid we had to cancel our 2020 and 2021 editions. But we were back on 9th & 10th of June, with the 8th edition of one of the longest running CSS conferences, CSS Day!
On June 8 and 9, 2023, we'll return for our 9th edition!
CSS Day started out in 2013 as a single-day, laser-focused, advanced CSS conference, and we started intertwining design sessions a few years ago. Our attendees and speakers are a mix of CSS designers, developers, spec writers and browser vendors, who take pride in what they know and do. We're a conference with an informal vibe and plenty of breaks, where each person can approach one another.
Our line-up and topics
- Amit Sheen: Keyframe Animations
- Rachel Andrew: Interop 2022
- Tab Atkins-Bittner: Organizing Your CSS
- Adam Argyle: Scroll Snap
- Jeremy Keith: CSS History & Future
- Maike Klip: Service Design
- Michelle Barker: CSS Layout
- Marcin Wichary: Complexity and History
- Bramus Van Damme: CSS Cascade
- Ben Evans: Painting with CSS
- Ana Ferreira: Working Remote
- Chen Hui Jing: MC
- Stephen Hay: Design Systems
- Chris Lilley: CSS Color
- Lea Verou: CSS Variables
See this year's slides and talks, or subscribe to our mailing list if you want to be updated as soon as we have news about next year. Our YouTube channel will have all sessions in the upcoming weeks.
- Michelle Barker, “[...] probably the best I’ve ever been to in terms of speaker quality, organisation and atmosphere”
- Brecht De Ruyte, “This was an amazing CSS Day edition”
- Michèle van den Aardweg, “we wrote down our notes and some takeaways from this great first day” & “We really enjoyed this conference and were amazed and energised by all these great talks”
- Chen Hui Jing, “I was more inspired in the first 3 hours of the conference than I had been since COVID started and things shut down”
- James, Roos & Wessel, CSS Day 2022: onze favoriete presentaties
- Jeremy Keith, “And of course the conference was great too”
- Florian Schroiff, “CSS Day heeft op allerlei vlakken onze horizon verbreed”
- Judith Plath, “The conference provided so much context for me; why we do things the way we do, where we’re coming from and how this informs where we are going”
- Thijs Kramer & Bernd de Ridder, “All in all, CSS Day 2022 was a very interesting conference day for us”
- Egor Kloos, “After two days of inspiration, shared purpose and a glut of knowledge, we are all the richer for attending CSS Day, and we look forward to the next one”
- Laurence Hughes and Ryan Deegan, “And what a fantastic event!”
- Hendrik Drent, “I learned a lot from the more in-depth ones and enjoyed listening to the more general and entertaining talks”