Be nice. Or else.
Design Student Joined over 2 years ago
I'm not sure if you're trying to be funny, but there's a large set of designers outside the UI design bubble.
"Where work happens." sounds a lot less fun then what it used to be like.
4. I am not a web designer.
You dropped this \
They've had UI designers for a while. While they're not perfect and have a fair amount of design issues, it's not fair to brush them off. They were one of the main companies that helped develop flat design in the first place.
BetterTouchTool for window tiling and the ability to customize all your input devices (trackpad, mouse, touchbar, and more) to basically do anything.
Regardless of that bug, I find it odd that Firefox is not considered a "modern browser."
I haven't heard atomic design being mentioned for a while so I glanced over his original post about it and it didn't seem much different from complex branding styleguides that cover a wide array of mediums, which have existed for at least the past 50 years if not longer. If anyone could correct or clarify what exactly makes "atomic design" particularly important or unique that would be great.
My university's website, although a little cluttered, is pretty good: http://www.ecuad.ca/
Is it just me or does live video actually make more sense on Instagram instead of Facebook to begin with?