For the third time, I’ve updated the design of Logic52. Yep, this is the third version of Logic52. I’ve been running this blog since about 2011. More often than not I’ve just neglected it. The last time I wrote a blog post was back in December (more than half a year ago). The last time I redesigned this blog was back in January 2012 (more than two years ago).
When you check out the reading list below you can easily follow my train of thought. First up an inspirational article on learning new things. Then, improving your JS by ditching the libraries, and finally, things you should keep in mind when building a single page web app.
Following on from Sunday’s reading list, Tuesday’s continues to look investigate Atomic Design, the idea of breaking your sites down with modularity in mind, formulas for better typography and new product adoption.
Where I work, we spend a good bit of time mulling over CSS architecture and the best approach we should apply to the CSS that we write. This is always evolving, always getting better and of course we are making some mistakes along the way. I thought about doing a post detailing the different approaches to CSS architecture but I’ll have to do more research to get my facts straight. For now, you can be content with some articles that shed some light on the topic:
I’m starting a new habit where I’m documenting everything I’m reading via Evernote. I recently did an audit on all the material I intend (or intended) to read. Here’s some statistics — 370 Favorited Tweets, 23 saved articles on Feedly, 21 books on iBooks, 20 saved articles on OneTab and 31 books (both physical books and books on my Kindle).
Early this morning I installed Jetpack for WordPress and now, during my lunch, I’m taking some time to write up about the trouble I had installing it.
Sketch is an app that I really really want to learn how to use. It’s cheap, but it’s also a fantastic alternative to Photoshop and Illustrator (for a Web Designer). So this is the post. This is where I gather my list of resources for Sketch app. I hope more and more designers start using this app. It really is something special.
With Git, you may sometimes accidentally write the wrong commit message or you simply make a typo while writing a commit message at 4am
Working on Git projects is really cool but for a newbie it’s a bit overwhelming. One of the first things you need to learn is how to make a copy of a Git repository.