‘Sfunny, this exact use-case (styling a profile component) came up on a project recently and I figured that CSS grid would be the right tool for the job.
I started writing for myself. The writing was helpful for me and luckily it was helpful for other people as well. But even if you’re the only one that reads your blog it is still helpful as a way to learn.
This seventeen year old profile of Tim Berners-Lee is fascinating to read from today’s perspective.
New Privacy Rules Could Make This Woman One of Tech’s Most Important Regulators - The New York Times
It’s kind of surreal to see a profile in the New York Times of my sister-in-law. Then again, she is Ireland’s data protection commissioner, and what with Facebook, Twitter, and Google all being based in Ireland, and with GDPR looming, her work is more important than ever.
By the way, this article has 26 tracking scripts. I don’t recall providing consent for any of them.
A profile of Susan Kare, icon designer extraordinaire.
I loved the puzzle-like nature of working in sixteen-by-sixteen and thirty-two-by-thirty-two pixel icon grids, and the marriage of craft and metaphor.
A profile of Clearleft from the nice people at InVision.
Although there is this:
A profile of a legend.
A nice little profile of local Brighton photographer extraordinaire, Lomokev.
Those lovely BERG chaps profiled in the New York Times.
Andy answers some questions about Clearleft's way of working.
Livejournal profile pages get some microformats lovin', That's a lot of hCards.
A profile on Apple.com of Flash designer par excellénce, Josh Davis.
More about the microformats that can now be found on Last.fm.