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Episode 6 Getting help when sex is painful - Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapist Rachel Andrew

She's Out There

When Rachel Andrew graduated from her master’s degree, her mother crocheted a vulva for her. Not your everyday graduation present but a useful tool for a continence and women’s health physio looking for a way to discuss anatomy in a comfortable way. Women’s Health Tasmania CEO Jo Flanagan talks with Rachel about the very hopeful news on treatment for women who experience painful sex.

16mins

24 Sep 2020

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Rachel Andrew on contributing to CSS and CSS Layout

CaSE: Conversations about Software Engineering

Joy Heron interviews Rachel Andrew about CSS CSS Layout Newsletter Twitter - @rachelandrew Rachel Andrew Website Rachel Andrew Noti.st Site Perch CMS Notist CSS Working Group CSS Working Group Github CaSE Podcast Episode on Modern CSS Accessibility Insights

46mins

28 May 2020

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How Can I Run Online Workshops? with Rachel Andrew

Smashing Podcast

We’re talking about running online workshops. How can a traditional event adapt when participants can't attend in person? Drew McLellan talks to Rachel Andrew to find out.

34mins

21 Apr 2020

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371: Technical Writing with Rachel Andrew

ShopTalk

Show DescriptionIf you've ever wondered how to become a technical writer - or even a guest writer - for sites like CSS Tricks or Smashing Magazine, this episode is for you. We're talking with Rachel Andrew about how to submit technical articles, becoming a better writer, and tips for getting articles accepted. Listen on Website […]

1hr 9mins

29 Jul 2019

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Art Directing the Web and CSS Grid with Rachel Andrew

Unfinished Business

I’m your host, Andy Clarke, and I’m writing a Hardboiled Web Design book about Art Directing for the Web. You can find out more about that at stuffandnonsense.co.uk/books. Over the next few weeks and months, I’ll be discussing art directing for web with my guests, some of the most experienced art directors and designers working on the web today. In this episode, Rachel Andrew and I discuss Art Directing the Web and CSS Grid. Sponsor: This season of Unfinished Business is proudly sponsored by CoffeeCup Software, and in particular their new CSS Grid Builder. CSS Grid Builder is currently free while CoffeeCup develops it and if you like what they’re doing, you can throw a few dollars their way to help fund its development. Find out more and download CSS Grid Builder at https://cssgrid.cc

49mins

23 Apr 2018

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Managing Your Time: Rachel Andrew

Pursuit Podcast

Want to start working for yourself but not sure how to fit it all into a workday? Or you're already working for yourself and want to better manage your busy schedule? Expert consultant, internationally recognized speaker and co-founder of Perch CMS Rachel Andrew joins us to talk about being busy, fitting it all in and work/life balance.

26mins

9 Jan 2018

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Non Breaking Space Show 137: Rachel Andrew — The New CSS Layout Technologies

Goodstuff Master Audio Feed

Rachel Andrew returns! Rachel is a sought out expert on web design layout technologies like CSS Grid and Flexbox, an invited expert to CSS Working Group, and author of several books. Her latest book, The New CSS Layout, is out now from A Book Apart. This episode of Goodstuff Master Audio Feed is sponsored by: UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 2:05 Why did you write The New CSS Layout? 4:30 What do you think of CSS display table layout in 2017? 6:50 Any 3rd party item probably solves problems you’re not dealing with. 10:00 Are people not learning or writing CSS these days? 15:30 The challenges with CSS Grid. 17:38 Where should developers go for help? 20:00 What is a block formatting context? 24:50 Using CSS multi-columns. 28:00 Doing design without media queries 30:00 Source Order vs. Display Order 33:00 Views on fallbacks, feature queries 35:50 Future of non-rectangular grid elements 38:00 CSS Round display coming in the future 39:10 What is Perch CMS and how might people use it? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Rachel Andrew Rachel Andrew on Twitter 📘 The New CSS Layout Grid by Example Rachel Andrew on NBSP Episode 82 - The Future of CSS Layouts Rachel Andrew on NBSP Episode 8 DaveRupert.com - For Loops are Bad CSS Dev Conf 2017 New Orleans W3C CSS Working Group Perch CMS Perch Runway Non Breaking Space Show on TuneIn Non Breaking Space Show for Android Non Breaking Space Show on Google Play Non Breaking Space Show on iTunes Non Breaking Space Show on Facebook 📺 Non Breaking Space Show on YouTube Non Breaking Space Show Newsletter

6 Nov 2017

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Rachel Andrew — The New CSS Layout Technologies

Non Breaking Space Show

Rachel Andrew returns! Rachel is a sought out expert on web design layout technologies like CSS Grid and Flexbox, an invited expert to CSS Working Group, and author of several books. Her latest book, The New CSS Layout, is out now from A Book Apart. This episode of Non Breaking Space Show is sponsored by: UX Design Newsletter — A weekly free newsletter containing a collection of tutorials, articles, and videos about front-end design and development, plus tips on how to bring better engagement to the multi-device world curated by Christopher Schmitt. Sign up now! Time Jumps 2:05 Why did you write The New CSS Layout? 4:30 What do you think of CSS display table layout in 2017? 6:50 Any 3rd party item probably solves problems you’re not dealing with. 10:00 Are people not learning or writing CSS these days? 15:30 The challenges with CSS Grid. 17:38 Where should developers go for help? 20:00 What is a block formatting context? 24:50 Using CSS multi-columns. 28:00 Doing design without media queries 30:00 Source Order vs. Display Order 33:00 Views on fallbacks, feature queries 35:50 Future of non-rectangular grid elements 38:00 CSS Round display coming in the future 39:10 What is Perch CMS and how might people use it? Links: Christopher Schmitt Christopher Schmitt on Twitter Rachel Andrew Rachel Andrew on Twitter 📘 The New CSS Layout Grid by Example Rachel Andrew on NBSP Episode 82 - The Future of CSS Layouts Rachel Andrew on NBSP Episode 8 DaveRupert.com - For Loops are Bad CSS Dev Conf 2017 New Orleans W3C CSS Working Group Perch CMS Perch Runway Non Breaking Space Show on TuneIn Non Breaking Space Show for Android Non Breaking Space Show on Google Play Non Breaking Space Show on iTunes Non Breaking Space Show on Facebook 📺 Non Breaking Space Show on YouTube Non Breaking Space Show Newsletter

6 Nov 2017

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Episode 81: Writing & Publishing Professional Books with Rachel Andrew

UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy

A published book can magically boost your authority in the field. But how do you get started with your first one? Today our special guest is Rachel Andrew, a famous writer, speaker, co-founder of Perch CMS, and CSS Working Group Invited Expert. Rachel talks about her writing process, reviews publishing options, and shares practical tips with the new authors. Podcast feed: subscribe to http://simplecast.fm/podcasts/1441/rss in your favorite podcast app, and follow us on iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Play Music. Show Notes The New CSS Layout — Rachel's new book Perch CMS — Rachel's product with Drew McLellan The list of Rachel's 22 books An Event Apart, CSS Dev, Smashing Conf — some of Rachel's favorite conferences Notist — a new product for conference speakers by Drew and Rachel A Book Apart — Rachel's latest publisher The CSS Anthology — one of Rachel's most popular books Authority — a book by Nathan Barry How to write content for an international audience — an article by Joe Leech The Brain Audit — one of Jane's favorite books by Sean D'Souza Smashing Magazine, A List Apart — websites where Rachel helps as an editor Rachel's website Follow Rachel on Twitter: @rachelandrew Today's Sponsor This episode is brought to you by Extra, a social media automation tool for brands. What's the real cost of spending some of your most productive hours on social media management? Extra will drastically reduce the amount of time that you spend stocking up your social media queues, allowing to focus on what matters most. Sign up for early access at extra.ai Interested in sponsoring an episode? Learn more here. Leave a Review Reviews are hugely important because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes. Here's how.

41mins

24 Oct 2017

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CSS with Rachel Andrew

The Women in Tech Show: A Technical Podcast

CSS is all about how your website looks. From layout to animation, CSS has been used to make immersive web experiences. Rachel Andrew, co-founder of Perch and expert on the CSS working group of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), explains how CSS has evolved since the 90s. We talked about the types of layouts in CSS and how mobile affected its evolution.

3 Oct 2017

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