Imagine what it would be like if you woke up and had to live through the same day over and over again, doing the exact same things. What difference would it make if you won the lottery and become a billionaire if next day you’d wake up with no money and have to start all over again? You’d get bored eventually and desperately want to get out of the loop.
Now think about your work. Would you prefer to do the same thing over and over again or face new challenges and do exciting things every day? …
More than a year ago, I started a new adventure in a new startup company. New company, new adventure and a new project. New technology maybe?
Of course the risk of adopting a new technology in a new project is lower than migrating to a new technology in an existing one, but there still is a risk. Especially if the technology is young and almost no one in the team has experience with it.
Building a modular toolkit for faster UX development
Read this book (no, it’s not by me)
I recently read Atomic Design by Brad Frost and it was like a breath of fresh air. Look, someone else is thinking the same! Phew, I’m not alone! And not only that, someone else took the time to write a book and formalize everything.
I sincerely believe that reading this book should be mandatory for anyone involved in web projects — UX designers, visual designers, copywriters, front-end developers, back-end developers, testers, project managers, CTOs… anyone! It’s easy to follow and takes only a few…
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