Creating a solid CSS architecture is extremely difficult and is in need of constant evaluation. If you are starting a fresh project or battling an existing codebase hopefully these tips from Brad Frosts help ease the pain. (bradfrost.com)
If you are looking to pack up your bags and move jobs this post offers some nice insights into making sure you nail that new gig. It’s written for designers but I feel the majority is still applicable to developers. (medium.com)
Oliver Williams has been working with CSS grid layout recently and in this post he shares what he has learnt so far. (css-tricks.com)
There isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution for mobile navigation, it always depends on your product, on your users and on the context but this post by Zoltan Kollin explores some alternatives that are worth considering. (medium.com)
Tools / Resources
In this post Ire Aderinokun gives an overview of 5 (mostly Chrome based) accessibility tools to help make sure your sites can be enjoyed by all. (bitsofco.de)
Anand Sharma shares a series of design and code principles that seem to reliably result in nice animations. (blog.gyrosco.pe)
A product managers guide to quick and effective design. (rahulgulati.com)
We’re looking people with a strong knowledge of web products and a keen sense for usability. If you are an advocate of user-centric design and have a love for developing intuitive solutions, we’d love to hear from you. (freelancer.com)
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