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All Constraints are Beautiful – Charlie Owen @ beyond tellerrand 2019

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The Scoville Scale of Web Font Loading Opinions – Zach Leatherman @ beyond tellerrand 2019

The Scoville Scale of Web Font Loading Opinions - Zach Leatherman from beyond tellerrand on Vimeo. Read more

I Don’t Care What Airbnb is Doing – Stephen Hay @ beyond tellerrand 2019

I Don't Care What Airbnb is Doing - Stephen Hay from beyond tellerrand on Vimeo. Read more

Napworking – Dorobot @ beyond tellerrand 2019

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Take Back Your Web – Tantek Çelik @ beyond tellerrand 2019

Take Back Your Web - Tantek Çelik from beyond tellerrand on Vimeo. Read more

hex to rgb(): Convert Hexadecimal CSS Colour Values to CSS rgb() Function Calls

Inspired by this Tweet by data visualisation and generative design expert Mike Brondbjerg I've created a tiny tool for the use case of converting CSS hexadecimal colour values to their rgb() counterparts: https://bjoernkw.github.io/hexrgb/ is there a nice online tool for converting a string of hex codes to a string of RGBs? thanks!— Mike Brondbjerg | @mikebrondbjerg@vis.social (@mikebrondbjerg) February 4, 2019 hex to rgb() is a simple utility web app that converts hexadecimal CSS colour values to CSS rgb() function calls. Very much ... Read more

Dan Abramov on The Elements of UI Engineering

Somewhat recently, Dan Abramov wrote this interesting piece on his approach to learning about UI engineering. The article's key takeaway is this: "My biggest learning breakthroughs weren’t about a particular technology. [ ... ] It’s this combination of understanding the problems, experimenting with the solutions, and applying different strategies that led to the most rewarding learning experiences in my life." In keeping with this wholistic, problem- rather than technology-oriented approach Dan starts with outlining the problems and challenges he has encountered repeatedly when developing ... Read more

Cloud Design Pattern Library by Microsoft

Microsoft maintains an extensive library of cloud design patterns. Whether you create applications that run on AWS, Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud Platform, use platforms such as Heroku or you develop enterprise applications which run on on-premise cloud networks within a corporate intranet, cloud computing becomes ever more crucial to providing business value through software. Hence, it's not only expedient to know about the classic relatively low-level GoF design patterns or Martin Fowler's Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture but about design patterns for ... Read more

References to Design Pattern Libraries

When designing and developing software it's always useful to have a reference to common software design patterns handy. Apart from cloud design pattern libraries there are collections of more low-level or more general design patterns, too. These include the classic GoF design patterns and Martin Fowler's Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture. Read more

Jenny Shen: UX Design Across Different Cultures

UX designer Jenny Shen recently has been featured on the Scott Hanselman's podcast with her work on UX design across different cultures. She's published a two-part summary of her experiences with cross-cultural design and internationalization (i18n) and localization (l10n) of websites and applications: UX Design Across Different Cultures — Part 1 UX Design Across Different Cultures — Part 2 These articles shed light on how distributing an application or publishing a website in another country not only requires translating the content and labels of UI elements but also has ... Read more
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