Learning to embrace the WTF of Utility CSS

Bulldog looks up happily with tongue out.
Now we’re starting to see (and smell and taste) clearly. Photo by Vitor Fontes on Unsplash

Why Tailwind

Learning to embrace the WTF of Utility CSS

Dog wearing glasses with googly eyes.
Googly eyes are not a CSS property, but maybe they should be. Photo by Jane Almon on Unsplash

The Devil’s in the details

Not a religious post, although Agile might be a religion for some.

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How it usually works

Beyond the technical challenges

Someone’s made a decision or indecision — Photo by Morgane Perraud on Unsplash

Accessibility, huh?

Empowering designers and non-developers to get dirty (in a good way).

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Working in the actual medium

Or, what problems, if any, does blockchain tech solve?

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Why am I writing this?

My motive right now

Doesn’t everyone want to manage more stuff?

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On fiddling and digging deeper

Use canvases instead

Serious Business Plans prove you’re Serious (but maybe that’s all)

They need a rethink.

Illustration of germs on a surface with a bar of soap
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We need to allow passphrases instead

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Magical incantations against hostile forces

  • Choose a password that is a minimum of 8 characters long. Sometimes there’s a maximum too. Why? Probably some database limitation…
  • The password must have…

Mario Noble

I’m a UX Designer in Los Angeles, CA. I used to be interesting but now I just geek out, watch Netflix/Prime and get worked up over politics

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