Hi everyone, and welcome to the ninth issue of the newsletter.
On this issue, we go from Nice Very Nice to Responsive typography and lots of great resources.
This week I found some solid work and useful tools that will help you out pretty much during work.
I will recommend having a look to TailBlocks that it will help you a lot if you use Tailwind CSs.
You can always leave a comment on the thread, you are more than welcome to do so.
Also if you have some feedback, positive or negative just let me know. Is a way to grow as the newsletter's writer.
Without further ado, here is Issue N9. Enjoy it. — Michael.
APPS, TOOLS n’ SITES ―
A methodology to help you write human-friendly CSS.
The finest collection of UI/UX design components, patterns, examples and inspiration.
Expose your local webserver to the internet with a public URL.
Request a review on any code, regardless of the state of your repo, even on WIP.
Search 'n find FONTS used by World Brands.
Learn Z-Index Using a Visualization Tool.
Components.studio is a Component IDE Build your components in isolation One-click release to npm.
Ready-to-use Tailwind CSS blocks.
Weekly free UI resources.
For most teams, approaching persona creation qualitatively is the right balance of effort vs. value…
AWS launches Amazon Honeycode, a no-code mobile and web app builder…
The principals that govern typographic design on the printed page don't always transfer to the digital screen…
WORK OF THE WEEK ―
Animations for cards by Gleb Kuznetsov.
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