Intro to Singularity
Singularity lets you toss out your old, stodgy grid system and create a system of columns and gutters that actually works with your content, allowing different layouts at different breakpoints, a visual order that isn’t tied to your source order, and no more terrible presentational class names.
In this one hour session, I cover how to use Singularity and combine it with Breakpoint, why writing media queries to your content is a superior approach to trying to fit your content into prefab media queries, and how separating your visual and source order leads to a better experience on mobile devices and desktop displays.
(The code samples which were broken on this demo have since been fixed. The new version of Singularity was incompatible with the version of Ruby Sass that I had Sassmeister configured to use.)