This is a collection of articles I wrote through the years.
Disclaimer: I do vent at times. Views are my own.
We (designers and developers alike), are constantly looking for the perfect platform, the perfect framework, the perfect workflow. Although we know that’s a myth. It simply doesn’t exist. We know that, we even admit it to ourselves, we simply won’t say it out loud, we might whisper it, but that’s as far as we dare to go.
I thought I’d share this in case another half designer half front-end developer runs into the same issues I had.
Unfortunately I wasn’t so smart to record my process step by step, so some info might be missing. But here is a recollection of what I remember doing when updating from Foundation 4 to Foundation 5.
I recently struggled to get back into writing, whether for lack of time or for the ability to focus on one single subject. And that’s why it took me so long to report back about my experience at MEX, last September.
Let’s be clear: networking is not my strongest skill. Partly because I’ve underestimated the importance of it, at least until now, and partly because I’m relatively shy.
As the 2012 hits the archive and gets tagged as very weird, I come to think of what I want for this 2013 that has just started.
More difficult than working with other clients.
How much time do I spend on my actual web developer job?
Makes me read less paper books.
My wishlist of this year web related events.
I do, as long as we are talking about the same thing.
Which one would you pick if you had to choose?
// Why comment lines in your code are so important, or are they?
But a working internet connection is not.
A website is not a bottle of wine, it usually doesn’t age well.
What happens when the average user doesn’t know you’re going to change the UI.
One for all and all for one… stylesheet!
my only good intention for this 2012 is to avoid good intentions and actually achieve what i feel like during the year, which, to be honest, it’s exactly what i’ve always done.
not that i’ve never had the new year’s good intentions, but i forget them along the way!
happy new year, and enjoy the new site!