The week in Versioning linkage
Gardens of the Galaxy
First up, Front-end Checklist creator David Dias got in touch with a new project, the Front-End Design Checklist [github/thedaviddias], focused on elements that can help a web designer and a front-end dev work better together. Here’s the original front-end checklist [frontendchecklist] in case you missed it.
Brad Frost goes deep on mixing design systems and CSS Zen Garden to create “themeable design systems” and therefore fun and profit [bradfrost].
How to build your own serverless platform [tomas.janczuk].
And how to open source parts (bits) of your project with Bit [blog.bitsrc], rather than refactoring or raising privacy issues.
Pull the Ripcord
There was this nice piece on designing for accessibility and inclusion [smashingmagazine].
7 rules for designing lovely UIs [medium/@erikdkennedy].
Sketch.The.Ripper [icons8] shows Sketch file contents on any OS.
A lot of newsy Facebook news this week, but stepping away from that oversaturated subject, we had an extensive takedown of blockchain and the concept of trustless systems [medium/@kaistinchcombe]. Trust is actually kinda great!
What it was like for devs before Stack Overflow [joelonsoftware]. SO is 10 years old, and this is the first in a series of posts about the venerable dev institution’s history.
Everything else (apps, fun tools, gaming, culture, funny stuff)
A bot that delivers American Chopper memes but with random movie dialogue inserted [twitter]. This is highly worthwhile.
Just because: A 4K tour of the Moon [youtube/nasagoddard].
Finally, with The Last Laser Master, The Auralnauts finished up their very funny audio take on the Star Wars saga [youtube/auralnauts].
That was the week in Versioning, another busy one! But in a good way, I hope. A reminder that if you’re keen to receive these kinds of links in roughly real-time, check out the membership options and sign up for daily updates!
Curated by Adam