Great quick read: https://stackoverflow.blog/2019/10/09/lessons-from-design-school-for-software-engineers/
Great article here: https://stackoverflow.blog/2019/08/07/what-every-developer-should-learn-early-on/
Protans are people with protanomaly, a type of red-green color blindness in which the red cones do not detect enough red and are too sensitive to greens, yellows, and oranges. As a result, greens, yellows, oranges, reds, and browns may appear similar, especially in low light. It can also be difficult to tell the difference
https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2019/03/can-you-make-more-money-with-mobile-app-or-a-pwa/ PWAs are the shit, especially when it comes to cost savings and ease/speed of development. Depending on your app, it might not make sense ROI wise to even build a native app.
Sharice Davids in Kansas became the first Native American women to be elected to Congress. Rashida Tlaib in Michigan and Ilhan Omar in Minnesota became the first Muslim women elected to Congress. In Florida, voters passed Amendment 4, which will restore the voting rights of people who were convicted of felonies (a shocking 1.4 million
Chris Coyier with a great post that sums up some easy front-end performance enhancements http://mediatemple.net/blog/tips/low-hanging-fruit-web-performance/
This article is on-point: https://alistapart.com/article/design-with-difficult-data If our designs are so simple, then as soon as the developer starts coding the design, they already deviate from the photoshop mockup. And that’s dangerous because developers are not designers (and this developer is color-blind!).
This is a good write-up about how to understand colorblindness in the workplace and as a web developer. https://blog.prototypr.io/going-colorblind-an-experiment-in-empathy-and-accessibility-98b7003737ca
Good article about working remote: https://dev.to/peteranglea/6-months-of-working-remotely-taught-me-a-thing-orten