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Johan Bové

Johan Bové

Johan Bové

Inclusive Components

A blog trying to be a pattern library. All about designing inclusive web interfaces, piece by piece.

Johan Bové

@CrowderSoup Thanks for the trust; but that "design" it's definitely not super exciting - at least not yet.
But all the credit should go to @jensimmons
She inspired me first with the demos from her workshop: https://labs.jensimmons.com/2017/workshop/
Original pen: https://codepen.io/jensimmons/pen/jmKJKG?editors=1100

Johan Bové

So it's decided. Unless it breaks through hardware failure, I'm keeping my Surface Pro 3 at least until May 2020. Then the design and the hardware will be six years old. I'll look for a good refurbished recent machine, probably a laptop again around that period.

Johan Bové

Famously impressive Mac OSX "dark-mode" user-experience design

Famously impressive Mac OSX "dark-mode" user-experience design

I am not sure what I am installing here. This dialogue just appeared after upgrading my iPhone and I think it's probably related to Apple's iTunes...

Johan Bové

Johan Bové

Looking at this cool modern design system: https://tailwindcss.com/#what-is-tailwind

The framework comes with a grid system out-of-the-box: https://tailwindcss.com/components/grids/

Johan Bové

Johan Bové

Bjarke Ingels: Floating cities, the LEGO House and other architectural forms of the future | TED Talk

This presentation is really giving me bope that humanity will prevail through the coming climate crisis. But for whom are they building these privileged arks for? The super rich? Will people be hand-picked to live on these cities by they skills? A bit like how sci-fi organizes space ship arks leaving Earth. Could all of my family come along to live on these cities? What about crime and pirates? Lots of questions related to the sociological aspect of this utopian idea, which I think is technically really achievable. Just don't know if humana are ready for it.