Una Kravets is a front-end developer, writer, and speaker who works on the Cloud Platform Team within IBM Design. She cohosts a podcast called Toolsday, loves to travel, and occasionally does calligraphy. You can find her on the internet @una.

I had the pleasure of talking to Una Kravets one Sunny Sunday, and was super excited to do so because I’m a huge fan of her work. If you’re not that familiar with what she does, here are some pretty cool links to check out:

http://alistapart.com/article/finessing-fecolormatrix
http://una.im/CSSgram
http://una.im/svg-icons
http://una.im/classy-css
http://una.im/bokeh
http://una.im/3d-effect
http://una.im/bokeh
https://github.com/una/personal-goals

The following is a transcript of my interview with Una. I learned a lot from her and wanted to share that wisdom here.


Sarah Drasner: When I think of you, I think of somebody who has been a breath of fresh air in the CSS community. You seem to ask, with good data to support your inquiries,

Una Kravets is a front-end developer, writer, and speaker who works on the Cloud Platform Team within IBM Design. She cohosts a podcast called Toolsday, loves to travel, and occasionally does calligraphy. You can find her on the internet @una.

I had the pleasure of talking to Una Kravets one Sunny Sunday, and was super excited to do so because I’m a huge fan of her work. If you’re not that familiar with what she does, here are some pretty cool links to check out:

http://alistapart.com/article/finessing-fecolormatrix
http://una.im/CSSgram
http://una.im/svg-icons
http://una.im/classy-css
http://una.im/bokeh
http://una.im/3d-effect
http://una.im/bokeh
https://github.com/una/personal-goals

The following is a transcript of my interview with Una. I learned a lot from her and wanted to share that wisdom here.


Sarah Drasner: When I think of you, I think of somebody who has been a breath of fresh air in the CSS community. You seem to ask, with good data to support your inquiries,