I’ve started to call this problem … Read article “Chrome Bias (and Finding Things To Like in Firefox)”
This is not a handbook. It’s more like a history book.
High five to Dave Gandy and the Font Awesome team:
Around 80 million people in the EU are disabled and this number is growing. The unfortunate truth is that many of them can’t use all the opportunity of … Read article “High Contrast, A PostCSS Plugin Story*”
How did each of them “do”? Let’s take a look. But bear in mind… this ain’t scientific. This is just me … Read article “Comparing Social Media Outlets for Developer Tips”
I would normally be a #2 kinda guy — slice off the top and bottom a bit, make sure there is ample padding, … Read article “Create Diagonal Layouts Like it’s 2020”
Since emcee-ing is a rather visible … Read article “Emcee Tips for a Conference or Meetup”
Buy or build is a classic debate in technology. Building things yourself might feel less expensive because there is no line item on your credit card bill, but has cost in the form of time. Buying things, believe it or not, is usually less expensive when it comes to technology that isn’t your core focus. Build your core technology, buy everything else.
Sounds kind of like a hard problem doesn’t it? We often don’t have product shots in thousands of colors, such that we can flip out the with . Nor do we typically have products in a vector format such that we can apply SVG fills to them and such.