Why Designers Don’t Want to Think When They Read

We’ve all seen articles like “The Top 5 Ways To Fix Your Sign Up Flow and Get On With Your Life." Articles like this aren’t wrong or bad, they are just shallow and a bit junk food-y and BuzzFeed-y. Of course, a designer’s actual job is complicated, nuanced, and difficult. But deep dives into all that are far less common.
Khoi Vinh has been writing about this and points to some heavy self-reflection from Fabricio Teixeira and Caio Braga, publishers …
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Link: https://www.subtraction.com/2018/08/06/why-designers-dont-want-to-think-when-they-read/

Old Timey Terminal Styling

I saw a little demo the other day called HTML5 Terminal. It has some functionality, but it seems like it’s just kinda for fun. That said, I loved the aesthetic of it! Blurry monospace type with visible monitor lines and a glowing green background — nice!

Let’s re-create that, bit-by-bit.
A radial gradient is perfect for the glowing green background:
body {
background-color: black;
background-image: radial-gradient(
rgba(0, 150, 0, 0.75), black 120%
height: 100vh;
I’m so used …
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Link: https://css-tricks.com/old-timey-terminal-styling/