Posts Tagged ‘open source’

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  1. 03 Oct, 2017

    What’s Next for Pattern Lab

    Pattern Lab is an open-source tool for building UI design systems. I’ve been using it to build production-ready frontend code for the last four and a half years, and I’m watched it grow from humble beginnings into powerful software that […]

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  2. 20 Nov, 2014

    Styleguides.io

    This is why I love the Web. In a Twitter conversation sparked by someone looking for resources on style guides, we ended up in a conversation that led to a simple suggestion: @Falkowski @anna_debenham Hey you wanna put our heads […]

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  3. 18 Nov, 2014

    What The Guardian Gained By Redesigning Its Website In The Open

    A fantastic case study of designing in the open. The Guardian attributes a lot of its redesign success to the fact that they were open and sharing the whole way through. This is tremendously inspiring, especially coming from such a […]

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  4. 02 Oct, 2014

    Design Open

    Garth Braithwaite discusses the change of the project he’s spearheading from Open Source Design to the new name Design Open. I couldn’t be happier. While open source projects are fantastic, not everyone is in a position to slap an open […]

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  5. 17 Dec, 2013

    Garth Braithwaite on Open Design

    Garth Braithwaite discusses the concept and benefits of designing in the open, open source, and other great thoughts.

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  6. 28 Sep, 2009

    Magento Beginner’s Guide Review: Part 1

    Magento Ecommerce is a powerful, flexible open-source system that can produce great results right out of the box.  At Pod1, we work exclusively with Magento to deliver custom ecommerce websites for high end fashion brands and more.  Because I’ve seen […]

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