How to get started with Sass

Sass is a powerful tool that brings many features from other programming languages into CSS – such as functions, variables and loops – as well as bringing its own intuitive features such as mixins, nesting and partials to name a few.

In this tutorial we'll be creating social icons using Sass loops, mixins and functions. We'll also be using the powerful nesting available in Sass.

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Steven Roberts

Steven is a digital creative from Stockton-on-Tees, UK. An experienced Head of UX, Steven has written a number of articles on web design and front-end development, as well as delivering a talk at CSSConf Budapest on the potential of CSS animations. He is currently Head of UX at Aero Commerce.