Posts Tagged ‘dave rupert’

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  1. 23 Apr, 2020

    Low-Challenge, High-Skill Tasks in Terrible Times

    This is really good stuff from Dave exploring work, mental health, and productivity in these surreal times. Depending on your situation, work still needs to happen… but it’s going to look different. Your core needs are different. Don’t feel pressure […]

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  2. 04 Feb, 2020

    Design Systems, Agile, and Industrialization

    Hoo boy, a blog post rebounding a blog post which rebounds a blog post. Let me jump on this train! Jeremy Keith clearly articulates a concern about design systems I often hear from many designers: In that light, design systems […]

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  3. 11 Apr, 2019

    Some Unsolicited Blogging Advice

    Some great advice from Dave about blogging. If you have any idea at all, start a draft. 100% yes. I currently have 141 drafts sitting here in WordPress, and have a bunch more in my head that I want to […]

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  4. 23 May, 2018

    My Struggle with Testing Code – daverupert.com

    I know that unit testing logic and functional/integration testing DOM manipulation is different. But again, there’s a gulf in my mind between expect(page.title).toBe(‘hello world’) and “Make sure this doesn’t fuck up when resizing Internet Explorer 10 between 720px and 800px.” Source: My […]

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  5. 12 Apr, 2018

    Pitfalls of Card UIs

    Card grids are definitely a common pattern in almost all my projects, and I’ve run into all of the pitfalls Dave lays out. I’ve been thinking a lot about this post ever since I read it, and I feel I […]

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  6. 21 Jun, 2017

    4 Things I Know About Pattern Libraries

    Dave shared some battle-earned insights about working in a pattern-driven manner and creating pattern libraries. I love his thoughts on the topic, and since I’ve seen this play out in my own work I thought I’d share my own thoughts […]

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  7. 21 Apr, 2014

    Pattern Lab discussion

    Earlier today Dave Rupert, Addy Osmani, and several others had a great discussion about Pattern Lab, node, and what’s next. There are some interesting nuggets in there.

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