A look into why a small team of Facebook designers build resources for designers. (medium.com)
Nathan Rambeck provides an introduction to CSS architecture that will help you design a structure for your code so your projects and teams can grow without becoming an unmanageable mess. (seesparkbox.com)
Async functions allow you to write promise-based code as if it were synchronous, but without blocking the main thread. They make your asynchronous code less “clever” and more readable. Jake Archibald explains. (developers.google.com)
This article examines the characteristics of Web Brutalism, why it can be effective and what it takes to design a Brutalist website. (medium.com)
Can’t say I have ever read an explanation about a technology quite like this but it seems to work and is entertaining. (freecodecamp.com)
Sarah Drasner looks at two different programming paradigms (functional and object-oriented) and considers how they apply to CSS and the concept of authoring versus maintenance. (css-tricks.com)
Tools / Resources
An icon set made with pure css code that has no dependencies. (cssicon.space)
The talented Etsy Design team has started blogging and sharing their experiences. With only a few articles so far I’m sure it will become a great source of inspiration in the not too distant future. (medium.com)
We’re looking for a dynamite interactive designer to join our growing team. The ideal candidate is efficient, has an eye for detail and user experience, excellent references, and some noteworthy portfolio examples to share with us. (radishlab.com)
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