I didn’t take comprehensive notes of each talk, but I did jot down little moments that flickered my brain. I’ll post them here! Blogging is fun! Again, note that these moments weren’t necessarily the main point of the speaker’s presentation or reflective of the whole journey of the topic — … Read article “Little Things That Tickled My Brain from An Event Apart Seattle”
It sometimes takes a quick 35 seconds for a concept to really sink in. Mikael Ainalem delivers that here, in the case that you haven’t quite grokked the concepts behind path-based CSS properties like clip-path and shape-outside. … Read article “8 Little Videos About the Firefox Shape Path Editor”
Academic background or not, technical education doesn’t stop once you get a job. On the contrary: nothing in … Read article “Learning to Learn”
In this article, we’ll start dipping our toes into … Read article “Look Ma, No Media Queries! Responsive Layouts Using CSS Grid”
There have been some interesting, boundary-pushing typography-related experiments lately. I was trying to think of a joke like “somethings in the descenders” but I just can’t find something that will stand on its own leg without being easy to counter.… Read article “Colorful Typographic Experiments”
I use these on just about every blog post here on CSS-Tricks, and as I’ve suspected, I’ve basically been doing it wrong forever. My original thinking was that a figcaption was just as good as the alt attribute. I generally use it to describe the image.… Read article “How do you figure?”
Andy Adams released a book for aspiring WordPress freelancers. It’s meant to take a lot of the guesswork and the roadblocks that many folks often hit when making the decision to fly solo and rely on WordPress development for a stable source of work and income.
In a sense, it’s just an app for keeping documents in one place: little notes, to-do lists, basic spreadsheets, etc. I like the native macOS Notes app just fine. It’s quick and easy, it’s desktop and mobile, it syncs… but there are enough limitations that I wanted something better. Plus, I wanted something team-based and web-friendly (shared URLs!) and Notion hits those nails on the head.