Tom Johnson feels that our tools are still using methods, workflows, and features from graphic and visual design. Which is pretty true. A solid rant. (uxdesign.cc)
The first of a three part series that looks at designing and building a simple Progressive Web Application called ‘In/Out’, built without a framework. (smashingmagazine.com)
There are several ways to make CSS load asynchronously, but none are as intuitive as you might expect. Scott Jehl explains. (filamentgroup.com)
There are various reasons to split code into components. In this post Kent C Dodds looks into it and explains the pros and cons. (kentcdodds.com)
A new version of Slack is rolling out, built from the ground up to be faster, more efficient, and easier to work on. This post digs into how they went about doing the rewrite and why. (slack.engineering)
Tools / Resources
A beautiful changelog for your product in seconds. Keep your users up to date and engaged with every update your team ships. (changefeed.app)
Themeable, statically extracted CSS‑in‑JS with near‑zero runtime. (github.io)
We are looking for a Sr. Product Designer to help create and refine features that drive growth and make our customers happier. (stickermule.com)
We’re looking for Product Designers to join our team as we continue to build beautiful, helpful and easy-to-use software that powers human connection. (sproutsocial.com)
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