Posts Tagged ‘Design’
Most days, your goal as a developer is to design, develop and program awesome software. However, part of the job is also finding new clients1, and you dont want to be caught off guard by unexpected legal documents2 that come up while youre establishing new clients.
Layout on the web has always been tricky, but with CSS Grid being now supported in all major browsers, most of the hacks that helped to achieve complex layouts have become obsolete. Firefox even has a CSS Grid Inspector1 built in, so that theres nothing to hold you back from making even the most challenging flexible layout reality.
UX design hasnt been the same since Sketch arrived on the scene. The app has delivered a robust design platform with a refreshing, simple user interface.
Recently, I was leading a training session for one of our clients on best practices for implementing designs using HTML and CSS. Part of our time included a discussion of processes such as style-guide-driven development361, approaches such as OOCSS2 and SMACSS313, and modular design4.
Earlier this year, support for CSS grid layout1 landed in most major desktop browsers. Naturally, the specification is one of the hot topics at meet-ups and conferences.
Some people hate writing documentation, and others just hate writing. I happen to love writing; otherwise, you wouldnt be reading this.
Industries often experience evolution less as slow and steady progress than as revolutionary shifts in modality that change best practices and methodologies seemingly overnight. This is most definitely true for front-end web development.
Someone who uses your app or website has a particular goal. Often, the one thing standing between the user and their goal is a form.