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What journey maps don’t tell can make a big difference
In human centred design we aim to make things work better for the people we are designing for. One exercise we often do to achieve understanding is laying out journey maps. We build journey maps to…
ux  journey-mapping 
16 hours ago
mixn/carbon-now-cli: 🎨 Beautiful images of your code — from right inside your terminal.
GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 85 million projects.
screenshot  terminal  code  tools 
5 days ago
Brutalist Web Design
Guidelines for web design that adhere to the tenets and ethos of Brutalism
webdev  webdesign  brutalism  minimalism  design  guidelines 
5 days ago
A Really Bad Month – Spiralbound – Medium
Not all that long ago, I had a boyfriend. Then I went to visit my grandma for the weekend.
haunting  art  storytelling 
5 days ago
Don’t Buy into the Backlash -- the Science on Meditation Is Clear | Thrive Global
Meditation isn’t just the latest fad to be fed into the cultural what’s-in-what’s-out machine. It’s a matter of public health.
mindfulness  meditation  research  neuroscience 
8 days ago
BEM For Beginners: Why You Need BEM — Smashing Magazine
CSS styles isolation is the most frequent start point of the BEM usage. But this is the least that BEM can give you. BEM brings a system approach in your project and keeps it from the mess.
css  bem 
9 days ago
Fuzzing Dates with Elm-Test
Elm, with its elm-test library, allows for a property-based style of testing with its Fuzz test runner and suite of helpers.
elm  elm-lang  testing  fuzzers 
13 days ago
How to do your first user research interview – UX Collective
First thing, you need to decide what do you want to know from users. For which questions do you want to get answers. We need to prepare a plan of interview or/and a list with questions. And after the…
UX  interviews 
13 days ago
How CSS works: Understanding the cascade – LogRocket
The cascade can be a powerful tool, but using it wrong can lead to brittle stylesheets that give front-end developers nightmares any time they have to make a change.
css  design 
4 weeks ago
Event Sourcing with F# and Azure Cosmos DB | SkillsCast | 4th June 2018
F#unctional Londoners Meetup Group community cast. Roman Provazník: "I wish I knew this last year! Nobody told us it's important to store this value. What ju...
event-sourcing  f-sharp  azure  azure-cosmos-db 
4 weeks ago
Pinterest
Discover recipes, home ideas, style inspiration and other ideas to try.
art  inspiration  tree 
4 weeks ago
Generative Artistry
Generative art tutorials, news and love.
art  coding  awesome  creative-coding  learning  tutorials 
5 weeks ago
Don’t Use My Grid System (or any others) - Miriam Suzanne - btconfDUS2018 on Vimeo
Web layout has always been a hack — compounded by responsive design, web application needs, and the desire for consistency. Join the creator of Susy (a meta…
css  grids 
5 weeks ago
Pinterest
Discover recipes, home ideas, style inspiration and other ideas to try.
art  inspiration 
5 weeks ago
Pinterest
Discover recipes, home ideas, style inspiration and other ideas to try.
art  inspiration 
5 weeks ago
Pinterest
Discover recipes, home ideas, style inspiration and other ideas to try.
art  mondrian  letters  alphabet 
5 weeks ago
Pinterest
Discover recipes, home ideas, style inspiration and other ideas to try.
art  mondrian  letters  alphabet 
5 weeks ago
Pure CSS Cards Against Developers(Tap to choose!) 😈😅 #CodePenChallenge
The great debate 😅 Not exactly a blog card but this is what sprang to mind first. I'll try get some blog cards done. Click to toggle choice of order!...
css  cards 
5 weeks ago
CSS Bear Toggle
A beary cute toggle....
cute  art  ui  css  toggle  examples 
5 weeks ago
Pixelpusher: Real-time peer-to-peer collaboration with React
We have been conditioned to accept certain truths in software development. We accept that our software won’t work in an airplane, on the subway, or in an elevator. We accept that our apps will only…
art  pixel-art  inspiration  collaboration  peer-to-peer 
5 weeks ago
Exercism driven learning – Philippe – Medium
I often get distracted by new things to study. Some are rather old, Erlang, Haskell, and others are fairly new, PureScript, Rust. I am not looking to master these skills, but at least understand how…
interesting  problem-solving  problem-driven 
6 weeks ago
Z-Index Explained: How to Stack Elements Using CSS – freeCodeCamp
I have always struggled with the CSS property z-index. It sounds so easy at first. Elements with a higher z-index value are displayed in front of those with a lower z-index value. Still, a lot of…
z-index  css  html 
6 weeks ago
Kanbasu
A lightweight, responsive and customizable CSS framework written in Sass.
css  framework  css-framework  sass  scss 
6 weeks ago
gicentre/litvis: Literate Visualization: Theory, software and examples
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
elm  elm-lang  visualization  explorable-explanations 
6 weeks ago
Chaining HTTP requests in Elm | Allo-Media Technical Blog
Sometimes in Elm you struggle with the most basic things. Especially when you come from a JavaScript background, where chaining HTTP requests are relatively easy thanks to Promises or async/await.
elm  elm-lang  http  chaining  andThen 
6 weeks ago
GDPR Hall of Shame
Thoughts, stories and ideas.
funny  fail  humor  privacy  GDPR 
6 weeks ago
Toward a Functional Programming Analogy for Microservices
Is the reactive, immutable, functional style of microservices enabled by Kafka and its Streams API the right fit for your application?
microservices  event-sourcing  data  functional  programming 
6 weeks ago
Bobby Calderwood - toward a functional programming analogy for microservices
We're posting the full videos and transcripts from Emit 2017! Here's Bobby from CapitalOne with his talk on microservices.
functional  programming  distributed  systems  serverless  pattern  event-sourcing  cqrs  kafka 
6 weeks ago
FullHuman/purgecss: Remove unused css
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
tools  css  performance 
7 weeks ago
aftertheflood/sparks: A typeface for creating sparklines in text without code.
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
metrics  font  visualization 
7 weeks ago
Currying with Style in Elm – Alexander Boring – Medium
I started getting into functional programming a few months ago with Elixir and Elm, and it has been an incredible learning experience, teaching me to think differently about code. One of the coolest…
elm  elm-lang 
7 weeks ago
Record and replay individual visitor interaction with Elm
Something similar to what David Gilbertson nicely describe in his article A user encounters a JavaScript error. You’ll never guess what happens next!! Elm has an official “History Explorer” that…
elm  elm-lang  interesting  ui 
7 weeks ago
Some notes on what gc logging options to include...
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
gc  jvm  options  configuration 
8 weeks ago
The most uncommon HTML5 tags you can use right now – codeburst
I’m pretty sure that you all are using HTML5 based files, using the most known tags as, <header>, <section>, <article> and <footer>, among others, but there are a couple of those missing in order to…
html5  web  webdev  webdesign 
8 weeks ago
How to build a beautiful blog | Scrimba.com
Learn how to create a stunning website using modern HTML and CSS
css  learning  resources  tutorials 
8 weeks ago
Learn This One Weird 🙊 Trick To Debug CSS – freeCodeCamp
Hi! 👋 I’m Zaydek! When I first set out to learn how to make websites, it was far more painful than anticipated. After all, I’m an experienced graphic designer and programmer — how could websites be…
css  debugging  webdev  tools  web 
8 weeks ago
The Best Books to Understand Complex Systems – The Mission – Medium
Developing a basic understanding (and a sense of intuition) around how complex systems work may be the most important things I’ve learned in the last five years. Complex systems are any system with…
systems  systems-thinking  complexity 
8 weeks ago
A Beginner’s Guide to Data Engineering — Part I – Robert Chang – Medium
The more experienced I become as a data scientist, the more convinced I am that data engineering is one of the most critical and foundational skills in any data scientist’s toolkit. I find this to be…
data  data-science  science  engineering  discipline 
8 weeks ago
Elm first impressions from prod – Anders Hovmöller – Medium
(If you’re coming from /r/elm to read this, please post questions here. I was banned there so can’t reply) Since writing my scathing initial article on Elm I’ve mollified my position and eventually I…
elm  elm-lang  opinion  impressions 
8 weeks ago
Media queries in Elm – Lucamug – Medium
The use of Elm combined with Style-elements allow us to be creative with media queries. This app, a simple html page editor, can generate a mobile preview that is quite accurate without using iframes…
elm  elm-lang  css  responsive-design 
8 weeks ago
elm-ethereum/Utils.elm at edd737a70e6de78d514da8c045cf0be6c6100b6f · cmditch/elm-ethereum
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
elm  elm-lang  http  examples 
8 weeks ago
SPA in Elm: Part 1 – 3∑: Elm, Erlang & Elixir – Medium
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
elm  elm-lang  spa  examples 
9 weeks ago
SPA in Elm: Part 2 – 3∑: Elm, Erlang & Elixir – Medium
Previously we’ve created a simple, but working elm application. In this part we’ll add some code to make it multiscreen. Except that, we’ll add global counter that will show button clicks on all…
elm  elm-lang  spa  examples 
9 weeks ago
Http in Elm – Pat Wentz – Medium
Any modern technology that is looking to conquer the JavaScript world must provide an easy way to make AJAX requests in order to provide an effective UI for its users. Frameworks like Ember, React…
elm  elm-lang  http  reference  resources 
9 weeks ago
Design Systems
The best resource for learning, creating, and evangelizing Design Systems.
design  design-systems  design-system 
9 weeks ago
INCERTO – Medium
Chapters from Skin in the Game.
opinion  nntaleb 
9 weeks ago
React Reduction
React version of Reduction Admin Template
web  webdev  react  bootstrap  admin  framework  examples  style-guides  patterns 
9 weeks ago
Short, Self Contained, Correct Example
Describes the short, self contained,
correct example. A useful technique for debugging.
programming  advice  getting-help  howto  sscce  reference 
9 weeks ago
Carbon
Carbon is the easiest way to create and share beautiful images of your source code.
code  presentations 
9 weeks ago
dawnlabs/carbon: 🎨 Create and share beautiful images of your source code
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
code  tools  presentations  screenshots 
9 weeks ago
utkarshkukreti/elm-remotedev: Integration of Elm Application's `update` function with Redux DevTools Extension. An alterative to the official Elm Debugger.
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
elm  tools  dev  webdev 
10 weeks ago
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