Gordian Schreiber @Managraphy on Twitter: "This calligraphic style is tightly connected to jōruri / bunraku theater and is usually found in the scripts for these plays. Never ceases to amaze me. It's interesting to observe different grades of squishinesstwitter.com/managraphy/status/1435116997013123079
Designing Beautiful Shadows in CSSjoshwcomeau.com/css/designing-shadows/
When I look around the web, most of the shadows I see are fuzzy grey boxes. It doesn't have to be this way, though! CSS gives us the tools to create rich, lush, lifelike shadows. In this tutorial, I'll show you how.
40 One-Sentence Email Tipsjoshspector.com/one-sentence-email-tips/
What I've learned about writing and managing email.
The history of kitchen design is full of feminist utopias founded on white supremacy.
Forgetting My First Language | The New Yorkernewyorker.com/culture/personal-history/forgetting-my-first-language
When I speak Cantonese with my parents now, I rely on translation apps.
Thinking with your hands – Scott Jensonjenson.org/hands/
Thinking with your hands is about ignoring your gut, at least at first. It’s about pausing and unpacking your initial instincts. We all know UX requires research and exploratory prototyping: we pride ourselves on never accepting a problem at face value. Why can’t we apply our craft to ourselves? (OK, this is a little meta, hang in there) Isn’t it odd that it rarely occurs to designers that our precious UX process could apply to US?