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Interview with Geoff Kimball of ZURB Foundation

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Interview with Geoff Kimball of ZURB Foundation

Foundation hit the scene in 2011 when interaction design company ZURB decided to create a responsive frontend framework for development.

Fast forward to today, and one open-source project is now three: Foundation for Sites, Foundation for Apps, and Foundation for Email. With the release of Foundation 6 and the static site generator Panini, ZURB designer Geoff Kimball presented the new iteration at the Static Web Tech Meetup, and took time to talk to Netlify about his preference for streamlining the build process, Gulp vs. Grunt, and the problem with following the zeitgeist.

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