From Ren & Stimpy, happy happy joy joy is defined as when the world expects you to put on this happy and joyful face when what you really want to do is shriek at the top of your lungs and rip your hair out in anger/frustration/misery.
From Ren & Stimpy, happy happy joy joy is defined as when the world expects you to put on this happy and joyful face when what you really want to do is shriek at the top of your lungs and rip your hair out in anger/frustration/misery. Just as you were ready to leaveContinue reading “Happy Happy Joy Joy”
As I use next more and more, I tend to replicate a few patterns when starting a new app from scratch. I’m leaving this here for documenting my best practices while using next as a framework.
This is a list that shows the order of execution of actions when loading the homepage for a regular WordPress 4.7 site
These are my personal notes while taking the Universal Principles of Design course at Lynda.com. The course follows a simple and structured approach, going through a few principles, one by one. Each principle is represented by a video, that begins narrating some story (related to the concept being explained), then, the principle is re-introduced, and then a few recommendations forContinue reading “Notes on Universal Principles of Design”
The measure is the number of characters in a single line of a column of text. HTML doesn’t have a concept of columns per se, instead text is held within boxes.
I’ve found Furtive CSS really useful for my side-projects. Although it offers few components, its clarity is straightforward. Every width, height, etc is defined in rem. So, by updating the <html> element’s font-size, everything resizes perfectly on the fly. On one of my last projects (which is an UI for my WordPress.com-based site) I hadContinue reading “Furtive CSS For the Win”
It seems to me the only explanation for new towers hiding existing beautiful towers is that Gaudí thought of building it with a Continuous Integration approach. The whole building is beautiful and functional (sunlight everywhere inside) on each stage even when it’s unfinished.