I like when people share links to the staff they found, so here I'm going to list my recently discovered links. Most of them have been collected from Hacker News, Reddit, and newsletters.
- How to tell your client how bad their codebase is?
A positive approach.
- 10 Design Tips to Level Up Your Next Project
Some quick guidelines on UI design that can be useful for developers looking into design.
If you're interested in making your texts visually pleasant there is also a nice book called The Complete Manual of Typography by James Felici.
- Uniwidth typefaces for interface design
I have long given up on using font-weight to highlight links and buttons on hover because that changed the text size. But there exist fonts that have constant width in all weights!
This is a utility that can connect your Android tablet to your PC as a graphics tablet. If you like to draw on your tablet, with this you might be able to use it with more feature-rich Desktop programs. Though I haven't tried it yet.
- A Collection of Unmitigated Pedantry
Fascinating weekly blog about history and popular culture. One of the recent highlights are a critic of authenticity of Dothraki depiction in Game of Thrones and a guide on medieval iron-making!
- Why is the DOS path character "\"?