I also added it to my list with tips and advice for public speaking
Opening up my RSS reader, a cup of coffee in hand, […] The act of spending that time in those feeds still feels like a very deliberate, intentional act.
Yes! I agree, Tim.
⇾ Visit: Investing in RSS – Tim Kadlec
This one is about why you should “Love your sketchbook lettering”.
You changed your mind? You lettering can show how your mind has changed.
Language connects us. Language connects one heart and mind to another mind and heart. Through space and time. Language transports meaning between minds, sense between bodies, it can make us understand each other and ourselves. It can make us feel what others feel. Language is a bridge.
⇾ Visit: The End of Writing
Nice post by Ahmad Shadeed once more. This time about conditional CSS.
I like to think of CSS as a conditional design language. Over the years, CSS was known as a way to style web pages. Now, however, CSS has evolved a lot to the point you can see conditional rules. The interesting bit is that those CSS rules aren’t direct (i.e: there is still no if/else in CSS), but the way features in CSS work is conditional.[…]
⇾ Visit: Conditional CSS
I am an absolute sucker for icons, to be honest. And here is a set of open source free icons, available in variable stroke SVG format, web font, Figma, React, Vue and Flutter ready to use packages. 2337 free and consistent icons.
⇾ Visit: 2337 Free Consistent Icons
My friend Eva-Lotta Lamm just published a course about visualising information through illustration.
Learn to structure presentations and other content as well as take expressive meeting notes in real time by combining text and sketches
The course is on pre-sale right now for €19,90 instead of €59,50 and worth every cent. If you are into sketching and visualising your thoughts, you should get it. If not, you should also get it to get into sketching. Structure your thoughts, communicate with visual notes and learn new techniques, if you already use sketching.