Tag: FRONT-END

Readings for Lunch — [ 14 Sep 2017 ]

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The Uncomfortable – A collection of deliberately inconvenient everyday objects by Athens-based architect Katerina Kamprani (source)

THINK

Lazy creative

Our brains are lazy. Well, that’s not exactly fair. Our brains are great at conserving energy.

But, the more constraints we are given, the more creative we get. The constraints knock us off of our lazy path to less creative and familiar solutions.

FRONT-END

Is there any value in people who cannot write JavaScript?

“Is there a place in the industry for people who just write css and html?” – Mandy Michael thoughts and considerations triggered by this question.

Also, Brad Frost on the same line of thought: Full-stack Developers

Readings for Lunch — [ 22 Feb 2016 ]

IMAGE OF THE DAY
Stjerntind (Lofoten) by Stian Klo (source) – Via Liliana Bragadin

FRONT-END

Frontend Design

A frontend designer lives in a sort of purgatory between worlds, somewhere between design – a world of personas, pixels, and polish – and engineering – a world of logic, loops, and linux.

DESIGN

The design process of the Arriva logo

Veerle Pieters explains her creative process behind the ideation of the logo – and the whole branding – for a small start-up company. Very insightful.

Readings for Lunch — [ 09 Dec 2015 ]

IMAGE OF THE DAY
An old photograph of the inside of an apartment at Casa Batlló in Barcelona. (source)

FRONT-END

Animated SVG vs GIF

Sara Soueidan makes the case for the use of SVGs as preferable format for many cases of animated images.

WEB PERFORMANCE

Big Rig

This new tool will help you to obtain extended information on what your web page is doing during critical RAIL actions.

Readings for Lunch — [ 27 Nov 2014 ]

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FRONT-END

Design Engineering

What is a Front End Developer? Jonathan Snook shares his point of view, with a great definition of what being a FED means today.

TOOLS

Blocs

A new web-design application (available here) that takes a componentized approach to constructing pages, allowing users to build pages in a very easy way.

Readings for Lunch — [ 17 Oct 2014 ]

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FRONT-END

Primed and Ready to Go

"It’s absolutely essential to treat front-end development as part of the design process. However, the (foolish, artificial) line between design and development “phases” gets in the way of true collaboration between disciplines." – Dixit.

OPEN-SOURCE

Sheesh…

"Next time you’re impatiently waiting for an update to a piece of FOSS, read this before shooting your mouth off."@telemachus