Notes

⇾ MDN Browser Compatibility Survey

Robert Nyman and Philip Jägenstedt teamed up with Mozilla to create a short survey to find out, which the biggest recurring problems while building websites are for web developers and designers.

⇾ Visit: MDN Browser Compatibility Survey

⇾ Variable Fonts – How to Work with Them

The goal of this site is to show you how variable fonts tick. Discover how they can benefit user interface (UI) design, accessibility, and long-form reading, and how they push the boundaries of skillful typographic expression on the web.

⇾ Visit: Variable Fonts – How to Work with Them

⇾ 5 Monospaced Typefaces for Your Coding Environment Compared

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A couple of days ago, I have linked to the JetBrains Mono typeface. Now Matej Latin is comparing five different monospaced beauties for you to pick.

⇾ Visit: 5 Monospaced Typefaces for Your Coding Environment Compared

⇾ Generate Soft-UI CSS Code – neumorphism.io

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This is a CSS generator to play around with drop shadow, and subtle effects on UI elements. Created by Adam Giebl from Denmark and seen in the CSS Tricks Newsletter.

⇾ Visit: Generate Soft-UI CSS Code – neumorphism.io

⇾ JetBrains Mono – A Free Open Source Typeface

JetBrains released a free open source typeface for developers called Mono. Check their website to see what the difference to other typical “coding environment” typefaces is, according to them.

⇾ Visit: JetBrains Mono – A Free Open Source Typeface

⇾ 7 Principles of Icon Design

Helena Zhang has written about the “7 Principles of Icon Design” and talks about clarity, readability, alignment, brevity, consistency, personality, ease of use and more …

I wish she would have written on her own blog (if she has one) instead of Medium … but she was listening to nice music while writing 😊

⇾ Visit: 7 Principles of Icon Design

⇾ CSS Positioning

Anyone who likes to learn how CSS positioning works or who wants to refresh what you know about CSS positioning should visit this tutorial, that Ahmad Shadeed created.

⇾ Visit: CSS Positioning

⇾ When Public Speaking Goes Wrong

Dave Rupert is being honest about a brutal experience he had. Public speaking is not always a joy. Thanks for sharing this, Dave ;)

⇾ Visit: When Public Speaking Goes Wrong

⇾ The Freelance Life

Insights into starting, surviving, and growing your freelance business.

And this is what it is. I mean, guides are not for everyone and some of the things might be seen differently by you, but maybe you find the one or other useful bit in this guid.

⇾ Visit: The Freelance Life

⇾ Screen Size Map

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Not sure how useful this in the end, but it is fun exploring the different screen sizes with this tool.

Screen Size Map visualisation

⇾ Visit: Screen Size Map