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- A Code Review, Or Yet Another Reason to Love the Web | Brad Frost
I love this back and forth between Brad and Jonathon. I think they’ve both got some good ideas: I agree with Brad that you can start marking up these kind of patterns before you’ve got visual designs. I agree with Jonathon that it’s often better to have a generic wrapper element to avoid making as
- The Woman Who Put Men On The Moon [Comic]
Margaret Hamilton: Never let fear get in the way! Don’t be afraid to continue even when things appear to be impossible, even when the so-called “experts” say it is impossible. Don’t be afraid to stand alone, to be different, to be wrong, to make and admit mistakes, for only those who dare to fail g
- You Know What? Fuck Dropdowns
An entertaining presentation from South By Southwest on the UI element of last resort. It’s funny because it’s true.
- GitHub - shawnbot/custom-elements: All about HTML Custom Elements
- Join Fractal on Slack!
If you’re planning on giving Fractal a test drive, jump into this Slack channel. Mark and others will be able to help you out with any questions that aren’t covered in the docs.
- amphtml/DESIGN_PRINCIPLES.md at master · ampproject/amphtml · GitHub
These design principles are meant to guide the ongoing design and development of AMP. They should help us make internally consistent decisions. I’ve added these to my collection of design principles.
- A workshop for codebar students: Build a portfolio or blog site | Charlotte Jackson, Front-end developer
Charlotte did a fantastic job putting this workshop together on the weekend. It was inspiring!
- Sci Hack Day Dublin on Twitter: "We LOVE the florescent E. coli version of our logo. Done by the lovely @TCDiGem at @DublinMaker https://t.co/wW5gSHiMCu"
When I designed the Science Hack Day logo, I never expected to one day see it recreated with florescent E. coli.
- Science and Culture: The value of a good science hack
The story of Science Hack Day …as told in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America! (a PDF version is also available)
- Stop the overuse of overflow menus — Medium
The trouble with overflow menus is that you didn’t actually take anything away, you just obnoxiously obfuscated it. Words of warning and advice from Daniel. Instead of prioritizing, we just sweep complexity under the rug and pretend that it doesn’t exist.
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