There are several approaches you can take to review code and this article shares a few guidelines that could potentially be worth applying to your day-to-day review process. (alphasmanifesto.com)
Tanner Christensen shares an insight into how the Facebook design team generally conduct critiques. She highlights what makes critiques work well and what often causes issues. (medium.com)
A quirky way to explain CSS selectors but it works. (medium.freecodecamp.com)
Ire Aderinokun’s blog posts during the last year have been exceptional and this one is just another reminder that you should subscribe to her blog. She dives into the in’s and out’s of the ‘for’ loop. (bitsofco.de)
Tools / Resources
This handy resource features the most popular properties and explains them with illustrated and animated examples. (cssreference.io)
A neat tool that helps you match the x-height and width of a websafe font and a webfont that you’ve chosen to minimise the flash of unstyled text experience. (meowni.ca)
Keen to get a good overview of Redux? Well Mark Erikson has your back. He has put together 5 great articles that look at various aspects that will give you a deep understanding and turn you into a pro in no time. (blog.isquaredsoftware.com)
A handy list of books and articles put together by Gregg Bernstein that are suitable for researchers, designers or product managers of any level of expertise. (gregg.io)
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