Posted December 7th, 2023
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If you messed around with CSS for long enough, chances are you’ve tried at least once to make a transition from height: 0 to auto…
The hanging-punctuation property in CSS is almost a no-brainer. The classic example is a blockquote that starts with a curly-quote.
I started of thinking I could get away with just using background properties. That enabled me to create the raindrop shape, but creating the highlights was trickier.
I’ve reviewed a lot of designs. It’s a sign of healthy team that they share work to be reviewed. When I ran NHS Digital’s weekly design meet-ups I made sure to encourage this as much as possible.
Exploring the possibilities of variable fonts to change the mood and personality of a typeface.
As a frontend engineer, it’s actually pretty easy not to think about the design of the project you’re working on.
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