Resetting Inherited CSS with “Revert”
For a recent project, we needed to take a small web application and embed it inside a client’s existing site. Typically, this means inheriting the site’s styles. However, in this case, the client wanted this app to follow a new design system that hadn’t been applied to
Modern CSS in a Nutshell
A friend recently shared his frustration with CSS development. I responded to him with a high-level overview of the current state of CSS. If you’re feeling a bit out of touch with modern CSS development, I hope this helps. You’d be surprised how much you can do with vanilla CSS nowadays!
React-ing to Change
Exactly one year ago today, I was laid off. At the time I was working for Say Media, a small media company that was acquired by Maven, “a relatively unknown start-up run by two notorious media fuck boys [http://bigwnews.com/sport/sports-illustrateds-media-operations-pawne].” I was caught in the first round
How to Distribute a Pattern Library as an npm Package from a Private Git Repo
So you’ve got a pattern library: Congratulations! The next step is making it possible for other people to use those patterns. You could simply provide download links for the CSS and other assets, but then your users can’t easily get any updates to the pattern library. Instead, you