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A Redesign with CSS Shapes

Here at An Event Apart (an A List Apart sibling) we recently refreshed the design of our “Why Should You Attend?” page, which had retained an older version of our site design and needed to be brought into alignment with the rest of the site. Along the way, we decided to enhance the page with some cutting-edge design techniques: non-rectangular float shapes and feature queries.
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