Just follow along – it is a very valid point.
The NeXT was truly amazing. A machine for the future.
This is a must read!
Let the users learn how you interact with them!
posted on Friday October 23rd 2020in Design
I like the first one: Maybe don’t. 😎
Everyone making software should know a little UX design.
Get them while they are fresh!
Is it just me or has everything got support for animated GIFs now?
These are some neat tools to check rendering in different screen sizes.
This article does a fantastic job on showing how to use icons in apps.
It is not trivial to make great user stories that serve their purpose throughout a diverse team.
Changing team composition furthermore leaves the user stories with a set of changing requirements.
I wouldn’t call the code stupid – but the point is that you shouldn’t try and make fancy smart huge oneliners and clever contructs that are hard to understand for outsiders.
This is a good rule of thumb – write the code you yourself would want to support. Forever.
This article is a treasure chest of good advice on how to architect your database and queries.
Introduction to web application architecture.
Can’t we just call it application architecture at this point? 🤷♀️
There is an important difference!
This is all very very good information for anyone dealing with CSS.
Many of the points here is something we all should be able to answer but probably aren’t!
This research is good and the Material Design has been improved – overall this is a good tale on how to iterate the small things.
posted on Wednesday July 22nd 2020in Design
Well…. I’d be damned….
Dark mode might not be the best choice after all.
posted on Thursday May 28th 2020in Design
This is certainly one way to do it.
The inspiration from C# and .NET can clearly be observed.
posted on Sunday April 19th 2020in Design
This is a great observation on the more…. functional way of programming software.
I completely agree that using classes sometimes lead to overly complex code and state management that isn’t very desirable.
I think this article has a very good point (to say the least),
The designers I work with wouldn’t be comfortable in open source. The disconnect and the level of commitment (or lack there of) would make it impossible.
This might explain the… ehm… “technical” look and feel of much FOSS. 🤣