Going through the concepts with an example.
“Responsive web design is like you're playing those hand clap games on the playground with the viewport, typography, and proportion. It's fun.”
“Everyone is telling me the things they'd like to learn. Now I know all your weaknesses.”
“Infinite scroll is so frustrating for me. It turns every website into a battle I can’t win. There’s no finishing, only forfeit.”
The online version of Frank Chimero's well known book.
Cleaning the digital slate is not a practice of giving up.
“Designers mistake invisibility for elegance and simplicity for clarity at their peril.”
“If you are hearing about something old, it is almost certainly good.”
“Take all that Internet culture nonsense about the necessity of failure and make it about learning. Otherwise, you'll eat yourself up.”
“Everybody's job is getting automated; creatives are lucky to be able to fall back on their individual expertise and voice. Trust in that.”
“Design is pretty easy. You just move the letters around, put an arrow in there, and act like you're a little tiny god or whatever.”
“There's a special designer hell where you watch someone else use Photoshop.”
“Design problems become easier to handle if consider the system as a whole.”
“What if I told you there was a completely open social network without advertising called making your own blog.”
“I hope 2015 will be a year where we open the doors wider and take care of one another.”
“We expect technology to help us overcome limitations, not produce more of them.”
“All these years later, and only now realizing that designing an interface shares more goals with writing than drawing.”
“So much of working with other people is knowing what parts of their work is hard and why. You could spend a lifetime unpacking this.”
“Writing comes easier when you’re learning.”
“Be grateful for every chance to do something right.”
How social networks can inspire negativity.