Designing for bad content is as much part of a designer’s job as perfecting the ideal case. Make sure your designs work with content across the full spectrum from “perfect” to “terrible”. https://islovely.co/posts/design-with-ugly-data/
I’ll make my icon set available on my portfolio eventually. Until then, this shot over on Dribbble is a teaser: https://dribbble.com/shots/7099484-Lovely-icons
📝 “Nobody hires developers to write code.” How do you become a Senior Developer?
@masterpiece_911 They are few and far between, and honestly always feel hacky. It can make you seem really clever, but I’d recommend being explicit for better readability. I love `every` and `some` because of how much easier they are to understand. 😍
📝 What you know can help others. Share your knowledge, no matter how obvious you think it is! https://islovely.co/posts/what-do-i-know/
If you think “hello together” is English, you are probably German. If you want to improve your English, I’ll show you how over on http://hellotogether.academy. Till soon!*
(*Also not English.)
Now I am wondering if all of those need to go on a “notifications”-screen, or if mentions are sufficient. You can always get to your boosts and favorites via the associated toot, and to your follows via your profile. Aggregating mentions on a dedicated screen could be helpful.
@laura I thought I had installed ours wrong when I ended up with the pockets on the inside. One more thing for Cooper to chew on and destroy. 🤷♂️
@preslavrachev Thanks Preslav! The best way for me to learn any new technology is to dive in and build something with it, no matter how long it’ll take!
@preslavrachev Yes this already feels like I’ll be banging my head against a wall soon, but I’m still curious to see how far I can get with it.
A few tiny constraints and this is already much nicer. Still with the funky markup, unfortunately.
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