Posts in Category: web tricks
When designers and developers work on projects, they have a lot of questions: What do our users expect to see on this screen? How are users supposed to interact with our product? What should our onboarding feel like? These questions are commonly asked
With the seeming massive adoption of web applications, design systems to support this adoption get better. While the internet is abound in certain areas, connectivity could be limited or non-existent in other areas or cases, this notion has influenced the design of applications on both web and mobile platforms. Poor
Once upon a time in the long lost world of the 1997 (more or less), a little boy was growing up watching Hercules: the Legendary Journeys, and Xena: Warrior Princess on the weekends. He got a Hotmail account because all of his siblings
Have you seen these in your console?
Cannot read property ‘getHostNode’ of null 😱
TypeError: Cannot read property ‘_currentElement’ of null 💀
If you maintain a React application, you know that this class of error messages can be among the most frustrating and difficult to resolve. Typical symptoms include Read More
Downshift is a library that helps you build simple, flexible, WAI-ARIA compliant enhanced input React components. Its major use case is for building autocomplete components but it can also be used to build dropdown components.
In this post, we’ll walk through some common use cases solved with
When you work for a user experience design company for as long as I have, you start to notice the cyclical nature of industry trends. Just like fashion or art, what goes out of style inevitably resurfaces a few years down the road,
Visual Studio Code has an amazing amount of functionality built in, including support for debugging applications. Although the functionality is there, it took me several tries to figure out how to get things configured to debug Node applications. It became even more tricky when using Nodemon, so I figured it