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FREE ebook of Flexible Typesetting for educators. Offer expires Jan 31! Please share.


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Periodic reminder that I’m offering Flexible Typesetting at 10% off for educators.

I also started a free slack group to discuss lesson plans — some amazing stuff in there already!

Email or DM me. 😄

How are Republicans winning *anything*? I do not understand the people in this country. We should be seeing solid blue.

Super excited. Today I get to do one of my *favorite* things: participate in a “design stretch” led by Samantha Warren. The ideas we generate at these events shape so much of how we talk and collaborate over the months (and sometimes years) following the stretch: theblog.adobe.com/design-stret

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I'm looking to book in work for 2019, so if you're looking for a remote freelance front-end designer / developer, hit me up.

I could help you with:
📝 Prototyping, concepts and MVPs
🚀 Front-end development (HTML, CSS, JS, React, Vue)
#a11y and inclusive design

Best ways to get in touch:
💌 andy@hankchizljaw.io
🐦DMs open here

Boosts appreciated.

“The focus on violence is eclipsing the big picture – which is that people are saying they are moving because of some version of food insecurity,”

The unseen driver behind the migrant caravan: climate change: theguardian.com/world/2018/oct

@vasilis Yeah! I like these thoughts. I’ve often wondered what the verbal equivalent of typography might be (tone, pitch, etc. — vocal arts must contain parallels). And I had a conversation at Adobe recently about identifying and minimizing extraneous content. Between this stuff and making semantics a more primary part of design tools, I think we’re onto something.

@vasilis Thanks. I’ll read your post.

Right now I’m just wondering how experiencing websites might be different than reading an offline document. So many documents contain headings… I mean, what can be different to make things better?

I’m so tired of sensationalist anti-Apple “news”. This company is a beacon of hope for humans, and solid proof that caring about user experiences makes for a profitable business.

@vasilis Wow. So like, confused about the structure of the text? I’m imagining a reference site with headings and subheadings in the content. Is that confusing? Or is it when headings elements are used in not-main-content content?

@elliotjaystocks I used this for office hours in September and it worked like a charm.

@hankchizljaw Oh, oops! I misunderstood. But thanks for sharing it. 😄

@brianwarren Sorry for your loss, Brian. Rest sounds like a fine idea.

@hankchizljaw Andy, you make such fun, creative, useful stuff! Thanks for being so cool, always trying to help people out. 👍💯

@vasilis I’m curious to know more about what you learn here, and why you asked.

Keynote is such a great piece of software. I love Apple.

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