Evaluating a new(ish) evaluation framework.Read more ›
Everyone's mad about design thinking for different reasons. They can't all be right, but design thinking is totes bad.Read more ›
I sat down with my son (5) and the Alesis Micron that is now anchoring my live set and we made a little track together. It was going to be called "Disco Slash" but for unknown reasons, he retitled it to the less inspiring "Disco Party." I helped with the mechanics but all the sequencing is him.
A cool video with Tony Visconti discussing the creation of "Heroes," the title song of maybe the best of Bowie's Berlin albums.Read more ›
New synth rig of old stuff.Read more ›
Here's my unsolicited opinion.Read more ›
Trying more DAWs.Read more ›
Rachel Andrew, the Guru of Grids, on why you don't need a "Grid Framework" to use CSS Grid. For me, part of the desire to use grid is right here — the additional overhead of throwing in a grid system is just unnecessary. And with Grid comes horizontal and vertical alignment, markup without containers, and so many more possibilities for layout.
Even fallbacks, one reason frameworks tend to get popular, aren't needed in her estimation:
Create solid markup, uncluttered by additional elements that the past tells you that you need. Design your site using what Grid and other new methods have to offer. Then look at how you deal with the browsers without support, by serving them something slightly simpler.
Now that Edge fully supports Grid, it's probably time to stop farting around and really learn it, now that I've finally embraced flexbox.