Let’s Define Exactly What Atomic CSS is

Writing code is only one small piece of being a developer. In order to be efficient and capable at our jobs, we must also excel at debugging. When I dedicate some time to learning new debugging skills, I often find I can move much quicker, and add more value to the teams I work on. I have a few tips and tricks I rely on pretty heavily and found that I give the same advice again and again during workshops, … Read article “Debugging Tips and Tricks”

Text Effects with CSS (and a little contenteditable trick)

The subject of AMP came up at a meetup I was at the other day. It came up in a “Hey have y’all seen this thing yet?” context. Some people have heard of it, some hadn’t. Even among those who had heard of it, the vibe was mostly: “this is newfangled tech. It’s the future, probably. I guess it’s a thing I gotta learn, I just haven’t gotten around to it yet.” Which makes sense. It’s just like hearing about … Read article “Need to Catch Up on the AMP Debate?”

Real CSS Tweets (Vol. I)

Between the urgency of their work and the size of their resources, spending months on a full redesign isn’t something they can afford to do. Given that, a free theme for, say, WordPress can yield a considerable amount of value, especially to budget-constrained organizations. They can launch their redesign more quickly, and continue reaching the people who need their information most.