Design, HTML & CSS
I asked that same question to myself a while ago. Will Figma work on an iPad or tablet? Is it a good set up or workflow to do your creative stuff on a mobile-ish device? Those questions got me researching the possibility of creating designs in Figmale from a mobile phone or a tablet. I […]
Podcasts have been around for a while now. But I have not really followed or listened to them as frequently as I have been in the past year. Before, most podcasts I know of are just random, blog-like, or very special-interest topics. Now I am listening to podcasts with real intent. Like to really learn […]
The feeling comes to me usually when I get a task and on top of my head, I know that this task won’t get done in the given time. It is like just when you have something really urgent to do and your computer starts to freeze. The universe is not helpful. What do you […]
I consider today as a win for our product team. We are going to present our initial draft/mockups – an updated look on one of our main modules for the website. I have been working on them for a couple of days now. The smaller team within the product team consists of me, the User […]
Today my codesigner was tasked to create campaign materials for International Women’s Day. One of the tasks was to create motion graphics for social media with some copy and numbers. My role is just to see if what she is building is consistent with the brand. A few minutes after we had been given the […]
This weekend I was able to install Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code (vscode) on my Mac and was able to try to edit stuff and upload it to my live server. I have been meaning to shift from Dreamweaver for a long time. I technically use Dreamweaver only for its Site and FTP capabilities. I am […]
I have heard about CSS preprocessors SCSS and LESS for a long time and even tinkered with it. In Bootstrap, there was a LESS (i think) folder which I tried to edit, but I did not really quite get it. Until today, when I actually used it in a personal project. I made my design […]
Here’s me trying to explain how I did the animated gradient in my website using pure CSS.
Design News Flash: Adobe XD is now FREE when you have an Adobe Creative Cloud.
In this post I will try to explain as simple as I can why it matters and how to keep a consistent ratio