Posts Tagged ‘harry roberts’

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  1. 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 […]

  2. 21 May, 2018

    Identifying, Auditing, and Discussing Third Parties

    Here’s Harry with a great process for identifying third-party scripts that wreak havoc on performance. Note that while he discusses bytes and bits, these problems are mainly political. The attitude in which you approach a process like this makes all […]

  3. 02 Jul, 2015

    Contextual Styling: UI Components, Nesting, and Implementation Detail

    I absolutely love Harry’s post about creating agnostic UI components for more resilient design systems. I get this question a lot: how do I create a component that looks/behaves one way in one context, but another way in a second context? And […]