I’m not normally one to comment or even really care about “drama” within our design industry. Opinions are just that and should just be consumed at face value. But this week I was moderately annoyed with a subset of designers in design-land.
A common issue when working with constrained UI elements is text overflowing outside of it’s parent or breaking into addition lines (thus breaking the layout).
This is most commonly seen with the direct and placeholder values for input fields on form…
I’ve been thinking a lot recently about the “future” of UI/UX design, specifically CSS and web applications, and the evolution of where it is going. Our industry is fast moving, so it’s interesting to try and look a few years forward based off current trends and successful case studies.