30 January 2023

  • Online feedback software | Userback
    Online feedback software | Userback

    Put the user back in product development: Simplify collection & management of user feedback with integrated visual feedback.

    userback.tomorrow-happens.studio

26 January 2023

5 January 2023

  • How to Revive Barnes & Noble: Get a CEO Who Loves Books
    How to Revive Barnes & Noble: Get a CEO Who Loves Books

    Ted Gioia is one of the best music writers and critics around but has proved an astute cultural (and even business!) critic as well. In a piece for his excellent The Honest Broker newsletter, Gioia writes about the recen

    kottke.org

4 January 2023

29 November 2022

  • Imitate, then Innovate - David Perell
    Imitate, then Innovate - David Perell

    Imitate, then Innovate is my motto for improving at any skill.  It’s counterintuitive, but the more we imitate others, the faster we can discover our unique style.

    perell.com

28 November 2022

  • TextKit custom truncation — Amy Worrall
    TextKit custom truncation — Amy Worrall

    TextKit has the option to truncate the last line of text if there’s more text than will fit in the container. It does this by displaying an ellipsis. But what if you wanted to display something else to indicate truncation? (In my case, the string “See More”, which will function like a button.) I tr

    amyworrall.com
  • Getting started | Sapling
    Getting started | Sapling

    This section will walk you through cloning your first repo, making commits, and submitting them as GitHub pull requests.

    sapling-scm.com
  • Tuple: The best pair programming tool on macOS
    Tuple: The best pair programming tool on macOS

    Low latency, low CPU usage, no annoying UI chrome. Because programmers deserve better than a generic screen sharing tool.

    tuple.app

25 November 2022

  • Dark Mode Is Wrong
    Dark Mode Is Wrong

    As digital designers we don’t dig into academic research as much as we should, and that lack of learning is starting to cause harm in the experiences we design. In this talk, we’ll discuss how to question design norms & then separate the insights from the myths that build

    pushconf.tv

15 November 2022

  • Ideal SVG exports
    Ideal SVG exports

    The following article is a random collection of opinions on how design tools should export SVGs. Do you agree? Feel free to let me know if you think something is missing or incorrect.

    bjango.com

18 August 2022

12 July 2022

  • How to Use Next.js Middleware • CTNicholas
    How to Use Next.js Middleware • CTNicholas

    With the release of Next.js 12, Vercel Edge Functions have been announced, allowing for super speedy edge-optimised functions. They can also be used as helpful Next.js middleware functions. In this article I'll explain what they are & how to use them, before diving into a few examples.

    ctnicholas.dev

24 June 2022

19 June 2022

13 April 2022

  • The Unravelling of an Expert on Serial Killers
    The Unravelling of an Expert on Serial Killers

    Stéphane Bourgoin became famous through his jailhouse interviews with murderers. Then an anonymous collective of true-crime fans began investigating his own story.

    newyorker.com
  • I would like to be paid like a plumber
    I would like to be paid like a plumber

    Pitching Nirvana

    news.lettersofnote.com
  • Zach Waugh on Twitter
    Zach Waugh on Twitter

    I just discovered you can hit / in any macOS save dialog to open a Spotlight-esque quick folder search and even use things like ~ to jump to your home folder. No clue when that was added, but a handy shortcut instead of manually navigating a deep folder hierarchy pic.twitter.com/Qel3z6QeZa— Zach Waugh (@zachwaugh) March 31, 2022

    t.co
  • Léo Natan on Twitter
    Léo Natan on Twitter

    “Do you prefer the old style macOS alerts? There is a way to get them globally for AppKit in Big Sur and Monterey: defaults write -g NSAlertMetricsGatheringEnabled -bool false”

    mobile.twitter.com
  • Comic Helvetic, an Unholy Combo of Comic Sans and Helvetica
    Comic Helvetic, an Unholy Combo of Comic Sans and Helvetica

    In some workplaces, people use Helvetica to conduct business because it conveys a sense of order and authority. In other workpla

    kottke.org
  • A detailed guide to colors in data vis style guides - Datawrapper Blog
    A detailed guide to colors in data vis style guides - Datawrapper Blog

    How to create a color palette for the data visualizations in your organization. (You won't find a more extensive guide on this topic.)

    blog.datawrapper.de

17 March 2022

  • README - A story of magic
    README - A story of magic

    This is not a manifesto. This is not a codex, not a whitepaper, and not a secret master plan.

    linear.app