Jumping into CSS Grid

Following a day-long workshop with Rachel Andrews at UX Immersion conference, I came away empowered and inspired to try using CSS Grid. I wanted to try a new project built entirely with grid. I choose to redo our family Christmas card insert. Each year my wife Selena lays out an elaborate Christmas card insert to provide update on the family. This is part of the 2017 insert:

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Greg Robleto

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Product Design and Development Lead at The Motley Fool writing mostly about design and front-end development. Thx for reading.

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