Articles

RT @slightlylate: If you work on the frontend, the only skill you must *absolutely* acquire is caring about users. Not your career. Not being technically pure or right. Making the best thing you can with the tools at hand matters because *users* matter.

RT @slightlylate: If you work on the frontend, the only skill you must *absolutely* acquire is caring about users. Not your career. Not being technically pure or right. Making the best thing you can with the tools at hand matters because *users* matter. — Chris Taylor (@mrwiblog) March 22, 2021 at 01:15PM

RT @slightlylate: Being against bad user experiences doesn’t make one anti-JS. Nor does it make them anti-framework (the more that fit, the merrier!) Nor anti-DX. Putting users before developers, however, is non-negotiable. https://t.co/DPrHjkZRhH

RT @slightlylate: Being against bad user experiences doesn’t make one anti-JS. Nor does it make them anti-framework (the more that fit, the merrier!) Nor anti-DX. Putting users before developers, however, is non-negotiable. https://t.co/DPrHjkZRhH — Chris Taylor (@mrwiblog) March 11, 2021 at 08:41AM

From social media