Posts Tagged ‘chris coyier’
13 Feb, 2023
You kinda want an orange favicon. – Chris Coyier
If you want a colored, shaped favicon, you need a color that works on dark and light equally well. Like orange! You kinda want an orange favicon. – Chris Coyier Can’t say I disagree with this one!
20 Sep, 2021
A Definitely Real-Life Front-Interview Experience – YouTube
This is phenomenal.
13 Jun, 2018
Your Brain on Front-End Development
Here’s Chris with a wonderful walkthrough of how his frontend developer brain looks at a design comp. It’s extremely insightful When confronted with a design comp, My brain tends to gravitate towards some of the non-obvious implementation solutions. In other […]
06 Feb, 2018
I love this post from Chris about websites looking the same. What’s the harm in sameness? If a website fails to do do what it sets out to do, that, I care about. Design is failing there. But if a website […]
02 Jan, 2018
What You Build
I absolutely love Chris’s sentiment here. It’s easy to get into a heated discussion about frameworks, what type of class names make the most sense, which optimization techniques are most important, or what part of your code base is should […]
10 Oct, 2017
A Lifetime of Nerdery
I love this post/talk by Chris. His upbringing mirrors mine quite a bit even if things are time-shifted a bit. The things that really resonated with me: Encouragement by people in your life Collaboration over competition Playing music having a […]
30 Aug, 2016
CSS Tricks Screencast #149: A Quick Intro to Pattern Lab Node with Brian Muenzenmeyer
Brian walks Chris through Pattern Lab, including how to get it up and running, make changes to patterns, etc. Great stuff!
22 Feb, 2016
Peak Style Guide
Chris Coyier ended the latest CSS Tricks newsletter with some thoughts about style guides. As much as I love style guides, and I love style guides, I wonder if we’re at Peak Style Guide. I’ve seen logos and mascots. I’ve seen dedicated […]