Dave Smith shares some wise words about not being overwhelmed when it comes to picking a framework to learn and embrace the learning that is involved with Web Design in todays world. WordPress 4.4 was released. Philip Walton wrote a great article about native CSS variables. Enjoy.
Tyler Sticka from the Cloud Four team wrote a great piece on why it’s time to stop using icon fonts and get on the SVG train. Matt Mullenweg talked about WordPress’s new publishing and site management experience. Samantha Zhang shared some useful advice on finding the right color palette for data visualizations. Twitter’s design team wrote about designing with constraint in relation to email and more. Enjoy.
Paul Lewis and a host of other people created a little #HotDrama around the cost of using frameworks. Louis Lazaris discussed a number of DOM features that can be used to manipulate HTML. Susan Robertson shared her knowledge for working with a growing team which is especially useful for those that tend to be solo developers and so much more. Enjoy!
Lots of focus on Service Workers week. Jeremy Keith started with a great posts about his process, code and gotchas during his first experience creating a ServiceWorker. WordPress now powers 25% of websites. Ana Tudor reminds us that we should take the time to learn CSS gradient syntax as most generators produce sub-optimal code and so much more. Enjoy.
Another big week in the world of web design. Phillip Walton form Google kicked things off by blogging about specificity in CSS and proposing the question, do we really need specificity in CSS. The team at Medium blog about the use of system fonts. Dennis Gaebel shared his recent experience with working on an application with flexbox and so much more. Enjoy.
Of course this is a big call, but having utilised various parts of this file on many occasions with large amounts of success, it sure does rank as an important resource, especially as server configuration is not my strong point.
So, what is this file I am talking about?
Another big week in the world of web design. Facebook now gives staff the opportunity to simulate a 2G connection for making better decisions during development and design on Tuesdays. Rely Sharp highlights some awesome tips and tricks to debugging in this day and age. Jonathan Neal released a PostCSS plugin called Time Machine which aims to fix the mistakes in the design of CSS itself and more. Enjoy.