Here are a few of the things our team found useful or interesting this past week.


Documenting is designing: How documentation drives better design outcomes
As a team, forcing to verbally describe the design in general is a good way to develop better solutions especially centering around the target user and business. This means that documenting every step of the process is a must especially for big projects. A nice digest of different types of documentations that can be created during the design process to enhance shared understanding both on macro and micro levels.
Adam P

The logo quiz
A bit of fun for those interested in brand identity.


Container queries are actually coming
This is very promising for truly fluid layouts based on a component’s parent size, not just the overall window size. We’re using our own techniques for achieving this already, but first-class support in the browser would be great!

jQuery horizontal scroll using buttons
With a bit of code and some experimentation, I was able to add buttons to my horizontally scrolling CMS items in Webflow. The code in the post was simple enough even for a newbie like me to understand and apply.

New Mobile Native Foundation to foster development collaboration
With some big names getting involved, this could be a big contributor to the open source world for native app development.

Overflow issues in CSS
Here are some good tips for identifying and solving overflow issues. It’s also helpful if, like me, you intentionally want overflow to occur!


Adding is favoured over subtracting in problem solving
This is something I feel is endemic in our (and likely most other) industries, and leads to increasing complexity over time. It’s good to be reminded now and again that simplification is also an option and might even be the superior one.