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    March 25, 2018

    Fontanello is a browser extension for Google Chrome and Firefox that lets you display the basic typographic styles of a text by right-clicking it. Check it out here!


    Everything Easy is Hard Again by Frank Chimero

    March 7, 2018

    This essay by Frank Chimero is the smartest thing I’ve read about the web recently. In it, he argues “the web needs pockets of slowness and thoughtfulness as its reach and power continues to increase.” I found it fascinating to read his early experiences of learning how to write markup by reading it. As someone who is passionate about all things web, I hope that this essay inspires the current generation of web designers and developers to keep their work legible for younger designers like myself to learn.


    7 Ways to Design at Lightning Speed (and Still Be Good)

    June 5, 2017

    Excellent article by Carrie Cousins on the popular web design blog Webdesigner Depot. Efficiency is an incredibly valuable skill to have as a designer in my opinion.

    The invisible parts of CSS

    April 27, 2017

    Incredibly handy article on CSS from web developer Mike Riethmuller.

    What Is the Internet’s Best Ratings System?

    April 15, 2017

    Discovered this interesting article on ratings system design via Smashing Magazine’s Twitter feed. Personally, I love Foursquare’s venue rating system because it feels nuanced enough while also using tips for further detailed recommendations.

    net magazine: 7 web design dos and don’ts

    December 15, 2016

    This article by Ruth Hamilton is a good primer on web design etiquette.

    Learning in the Bauhaus School

    December 15, 2016

    This is a really interesting article by Designlab that goes over the essentials of Bauhaus design. I thought the comparison between the Bauhaus School and contemporary web design was particularly great.


    AIGA: Do Designers Really Need to Know How to Code?

    February 14, 2016


    I used to shy away from coding, but taking Web classes at my school has shown me how valuable of a tool code really is. As graphic designers, we should naturally reject these no-coding tools in favor of doing it yourself. Learning to code is not easy, but like the author says, “there’s no substitute for the real thing.”

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