Over on her blog at Lireo Designs, Deborah Edwards-Onoro has been collecting an amazing array of great content about web design and development for while. And I had no earthly idea. It was only when I randomly noticed that she’d been sharing some great links on Twitter that Deborah let me know there was a whole lot more where that came from.
It really do the posts Deborah puts together there a disservice to try to summarize her great summary. So I’ll just share one of the bits of color I appreciated in her post this week:
A 5-step process for nearly anything:
(1) Explore widely. Find out what is possible.
(2) Test cheaply. Run small, quick experiments. Sample things.
(3) Edit ruthlessly. Focus on the best. Cut everything else.
(4) Repeat what works. Don’t quit on a good idea.
(5) Return to 1.
— James Clear (@JamesClear) August 19, 2020
But please click through for more great content on HTML, WordPress, Accessibility and more.
And BTW, if you’re still into RSS, you might want to know that https://www.lireo.com/category/web-design-development-links/feed/ will get you JUST the weekly link collections. Obviously Deborah’s publishing other great content too, but the old “add /feed to a WordPress URL” trick is just so under-known that I want to highlight it for other dinosaurs (and hopefully some yunguns too) who use RSS feeds to follow cool websites.
Keep reading the article at WPShout. The article was originally written by David Hayes on 2020-08-26 11:23:03.
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