A slightly delayed Chronicle, but no less juicy! In preparation for the kick-off of Blueberry, we are figuring out how to actually share and publish modules as the design system (named Larva) becomes a product that stands on its own.
These monsters are working on a house of cards, an experience similar to working on a code-base that has not been tended to appropriately over the years! This is a slide from my "Algorithms in CSS" talk.
I took a deep dive into this question, and the answer is: kinda, mostly, yeah! CSS + HTML (duh) + user input is Turing complete. Is it possible to remove the user input part? Then I can re-title this post to be more, ahem, declarative.
Cantaloupe, a.k.a. Deadline.com, has launched!!! This installment of the Chronicles discusses the project's huge success, the beginnings of a design system roadmap, and an introduction to Blueberry, the next code-named redesign for PMC.
I am about to turn [age] tomorrow. I sat down a few minutes ago to do some last minute reflection on my life so far, and instead opened up my RSS feed. I’m glad I did because I saw this article by Ben Callahan on Sparkbox’s blog, the Foundry.
It's a month later than I would have liked, but at long last an update on project Cantaloupe which is full steam ahead on development. What's it like to build and use a design system at the same time? In Part 1, we talk workflow, CSS utilities, and houses of cards.
I do not have the time or energy to write a full blog post, so instead I will share some interesting documentation about writing one-off patterns in our in-progress design system under a hash-tag I just came up with called #ShareYourDocs.