Sass helpers that will keep similar styles together and reduce duplication. You'll have smaller, easier-to-maintain styles and a more cohesive form styling strategy.
Use BEM as a foundation and recommended best practices to keep form styles sane and difference explicit. No more wondering how to name your classes.
Markup and structural styling for common form types including Login, Contact, and Event Registration. This is the inspiration treasure chest that keeps you from staring at a blank editor.
This isn't based on academic ideals or 10 page sites. The concepts are based on what I've learned building HTML templates for sites with hundreds of pages which are translated into multiple languages.
See how I leverage Grunt, NPM, and Bower plus common Sass libraries to improve my Sass workflow. Plus, see how source maps make debugging easier.
There is no strong design theme included - the concepts in the book are based on best practices for marking up and styling forms so you can more easily manage your own style.