Minimal Twitter

The Minimal Twitter Chrome extension from Thomas Wang will change your Twitter experience for the better. This theme simplifies the new Twitter UI, removing the border on the main feed, hiding navigation labels, trends, and search. It's elegant and simple — just what Twitter should be. 10/10.


What the heck, z-index??

Josh Comeau is back at it again, with another great breakdown of z-index. This tutorial is written for front-end developers of all experience levels. Especially folks who have struggled with z-index issues before.


How to deploy Shopify themes automatically

This tutorial walks you through how to set up a development, staging, and production environment for your Shopify theme. On top of that, you'll use GitLab to track changes and auto-deploy the theme using a GitLab CI pipeline. 10/10 would recommend.


React for Design

There's a lot you can do with React that would be difficult with a traditional design application. This course teaches designers how to get started with React.


JetBrains Mono

JetBrains Mono is a free, open-source monospace typeface made specifically for developers. It features increased height for better reading and includes 138 code-specific ligatures. With four weights (and matching italics), your code will never look better.


How to say no

How many times have you found yourself committing to a meeting, a project, or an event simply because you didn't know how to say "no"? If you struggle with this, these templates from How to say no can help you say no succinctly and definitively. A personal favorite template of mine is, "How to say no to doing free work".


Styling emails for Dark Mode

Email has always been tricky, and with the addition of Dark Mode in macOS and iOS, we now have to account for two contrasting interfaces. This article shows you how to support both Light and Dark Mode to ensure your emails look great no matter what.



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Dark Mode vs. Light Mode

In people with normal vision (or corrected-to-normal vision), visual performance tends to be better with light mode, whereas some people with cataract and related disorders may perform better with dark mode. On the flip side, long-term reading in light mode may be associated with myopia.