Posts Tagged ‘ethan marcotte’
11 Jun, 2018
Where to put one-off components?
A while back, Harry Roberts introduced the concept of shame.css: a stylesheet dedicated to housing your nasty, hacky, quick-fix CSS The idea is to isolate all the stuff that doesn’t belong in your beautiful, well-architected CSS architecture, in order to […]
09 Apr, 2018
In Defense of Breaking the Law
The inimitable Ethan Marcotte recently wrote an article about the dangers of advising people to pursue certain actions/techniques even if they don’t have permission from their bosses or stakeholders. I’ve noticed a rhetorical trope in our industry. It’s not, like, widespread, […]
10 Mar, 2017
On Container Queries
It’s always great to hear Ethan’s super smart thoughts, and his thoughts on container queries are of course on point. I’ve been rounding up resources on element/container queries on This Is Responsive for years now, and hope that words from prominent […]
20 Feb, 2014
I made the bukk.it list
Achievement unlocked, thanks to Dave Rupert.