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Web Design Weekly #284

Headlines Casting Graphite in Gold Daniel Eden shares some broad themes that he has found lead to happier, more productive relationships between Designers and Engineers that are often overlooked when working together. (daneden.me) Creating truly universal React component systems (medium.com) Sponsor Web Design Weekly and reach over 24,800 passionate designers and developers Articles A Working Pattern Library Ethan Marcotte shares a few tips on how organisations can continue to build upon and utilise all the ground work that went into creating a pattern library, as [...]

Web Design Weekly #278

Headlines Developing As A Developer A really solid post that is aimed at new developers but highly applicable for all in my eyes. The post looks into the other aspects of being a good developer, not just writing code. (medium.com) CSS Animations vs the Web Animations API (bitsofco.de) Sponsor Web Design Weekly and reach over 24,000 designers and developers! Articles Writing Tidy Code Harry Roberts shares some detailed thoughts about the importance of neat and tidy code plus some handy tips to automate some rules to [...]

Web Design Weekly #283

Headlines Building Production-Ready CSS Grid Layouts Morten Rand-Hendriksen gives us an understanding of what new layout opportunities and challenges CSS Grid brings, what old problems it solves and how to start using it in production today. (smashingmagazine.com) Perfect Paragraph (betterwebtype.com) Find Top Developers Fast The search is over. Let Toptal connect you with the world’s most talented developers. Get started today. (toptal.com) Articles A React TODOs example, explained If you are still battling with some React concepts this post and code examples are a great way to [...]

Web Design Weekly #279

Headlines Mavo – Create Web Apps Entirely By Writing HTML Mavo helps you turn your static HTML into reactive web applications without a single line of programming code and no server backend. Lea Verou has also written a great introduction article over on Smashing Magazine that is worth a read. (mavo.io) Announcing JSON Feed (jsonfeed.org) Snag the hottest new domain name for designers .design domains were just released and some of the best ones are still available. Normally cost $ 35 but Web [...]

Web Design Weekly #282

Headlines The State of CSS Ryan Oglesby has put together 5 old-fashioned CSS things that you don’t need to do anymore and what you should do instead. Note, there are some good comments worth reading. (ryanogles.by) Emotional Intelligence in Design (medium.com) Get 3 Free Months of Online UX Design Courses! The Interaction Design Foundation is the largest, and oldest, provider of online UX design courses. All their courses are self-paced, which makes them perfect for both working professionals and students. Here are 7 reasons [...]

Web Design Weekly #280

Headlines A Unified Styling Language Mark Dalgleish shares some thoughts around the current CSS-in-JS landscape, why people do it, and why the CSS community should care. (medium.com) DevTools: State of the Union 2017 (youtube.com) UX teams learn from customers faster with NomNom Get all your customer feedback and user research in one place. (nomnom.it) Articles Managing resources for large-scale testing An interesting look into how engineers at Facebook can use a single API to communicate with a range of remote resources within their tests and other automated [...]

Web Design Weekly #281

Headlines The Mindfulness of a Manual Performance Audit Chip Cullen shares a great list of tips and resources to help you do a manual performance audit that gives you a true understanding of what is happening under the hood with your site. (alistapart.com) 11 things I learned reading the flexbox spec (hackernoon.com) Snag the hottest new domain name for designers .design domains were just released and some of the best ones are still available. Normally cost $ 35 but Web Design Weekly subscribers [...]