Posts Tagged ‘jeremy keith’

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  1. 22 Mar, 2024

    Adactio: Journal—What the world needs

    Here are some beautiful words from Jeremy. So write! Share! Publish! But you know what? Screw what the world needs. If we’re going to be hardnosed about this, then the world doesn’t need any more books. The world doesn’t need […]

  2. 27 Jan, 2022

    Learn Responsive Design

    Here’s Jeremy Keith and the Clearleft crew with a new course for Learn Responsive Design

  3. 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 […]

  4. 15 Dec, 2019

    Adactio: Journal—The Technical Side of Design Systems by Brad Frost

    It’s always an honor to have Jeremy live-blog my talk. Source: Adactio: Journal—The Technical Side of Design Systems by Brad Frost

  5. 12 Apr, 2019


    I think this post and The Great Divide are two of the most important reads about the state of frontend web development right now.

  6. 03 Apr, 2019

    Dev perception

    When we’re evaluating technologies for appropriateness, I hope that we will do so through the lens of what’s best for users, not what we feel compelled to use based on a gnawing sense of irrelevancy driven by the perceived popularity […]

  7. 01 Nov, 2018

    Design ops for design systems

    I meant to post this ages ago, but I really like Jeremy’s take on the overlap between design ops and design systems.

  8. 19 Aug, 2018

    Taking back the web

    As always, here’s a great talk by Jeremy. I’ve been meaning to add a lot of indie web features to my site, and his talk might just be the kick in the butt to make that happen.

  9. 08 May, 2018

    Design Systems

    Here’s Jeremy with some wise words about design systems. The generally-accepted definition of a design system is that it’s the outer circle—it encompasses pattern libraries, style guides, and any other artefacts. But there’s something more. Just because you have a […]

  10. 06 Jun, 2017

    In the future, design principles won’t be about design

    There’s a tinge of clickbait-slash-unnecessary controversy in this post, but it’s a great analysis of design principles nonetheless. The gist is that design principles should go beyond basic good design practices (“Make it clean and simple!”) and help differentiate organizations and clearly steer them in […]

  11. 01 Jun, 2017

    Design principles

    This post from Jeremy only just now crossed my path, but I love it. My latest talk discusses how important it is to have a shared set of principles that help people understand what they should do (and not do) […]

  12. 29 Mar, 2017

    Style Guide Audience

    In his talk Designing Inspired Style Guides, Andy Clarke discusses the importance of creating digital style guides that go beyond being humble containers for UI assets and instead operate as beautiful vehicles that evoke the essence of the brand. When it comes to the current look of many UI […]

  13. 27 Mar, 2017

    Writing on the web

    I’m in the process of redoing this site with the intention of ramping up what I share and how often I share things. Jeremy is of course a huge inspiration for me, so his post is serving as a fire under […]

  14. 02 Jan, 2017

    Resilient Web Design

    Also on this year’s reading list is a new book from the always-thoughtful Jeremy Keith. I’ve had the good fortune of hearing Jeremy speak about the web for several years now, and he always leaves me feeling incredibly inspired. I have […]

  15. 07 Nov, 2016

    ‘Thought Leader’

    This is phenomenal. via Adactio.

  16. 30 May, 2015

    Web! What is it good for?

    This post by Jeremy really resonated with me. Definitely worth your time to read it in its entirety.

  17. 30 May, 2015

    Paper Interface Inventories

    We print out page designs, hand them some scissors, and get them to cut up the pages into their smallest components. Mix them all up so you can’t even tell which components came from which pages. I really like this […]