More than ever before we are seeing how internet and the possibility of working remotely across wide distances are changing the way we hire new people. In this day and age, you don’t have to search locally and hope to find the best people for the job. Your options are much wider now. With a… Continue reading Remote work and hacking the workflow of employees
You have OOCSS, SMACSS and many more standards for writing and maintaining CSS syntax. Today, block, element and modifier is what we’ll be focusing on and also what BEM abbreviation stands for. You’ve already heard about it from me in one of the previous posts about how to modularize your CSS. Because of your interest… Continue reading BEM crash course for web developers
Have you ever though about what minimalism is about? In 2014, minimalism was a big hit and this year, it looks like it even gets more traction. Many web designers are embracing this style in their work in various ways. However, it should be mentioned that good minimal design is very hard to achieve. Paradoxically,… Continue reading Minimalism in design and code
Imagine your CSS loading faster than the team of Formula 1 engineers is able to work (the work pretty fast). Imagine your CSS to be more polished than the Apple store and better optimized than the factory of Tesla or Toyota. The CSS behind your website can sound like a beautiful symphony written by Mozart.… Continue reading CSS modularization – Smart approach to CSS
When starting new company or expanding the current, hiring new people become important part of the process. There are different philosophies you can follow. First, my favorite and personal choice, hire slow and fire fast. Second, hire fast to grow fast. In both cases you must have an interview – a system of questions that… Continue reading Interview – 5 questions to hire the right people
Is it possible that machines will be able to design on the same, or even better, level as humans? Will people be replaced by computers (normal or quantum) in fields such as design and art? Let’s explore these questions furthermore.