Be nice. Or else.
FYI: I got a "warning" when I visited that link about a "virus".
Yes! Did a whole podcast and write about about our "setup" both desk items and software: http://www.designreviewpodcast.com/02/20/2017/episode-49-whats-your-workspace-set-up/
I can't tell which I love more: the typeface or the website.
At first I wasnt sure, but the more I see it in use the more I'm liking it.
If youre working off a framework (like bootstrap), it might also be easier to load up a table in an auto-refresh browser and edit the CSS live. If youre comfortable with that sort of thing.
They say they changed it for 3 reasons:
Why do I feel like they are only solving for #1 here? Those #2 people are still going to keep their default, and trolls will keep trolling and will make the new default notorious as well.
Ditto! I learned CSS from school but I never really understood how it worked until Espresso. I got to quickly play around with values and got immediate feedback, plus the controls helped explain as well.
A great example of how code doesn't need to be "dumbed down" in order for it to become easier and clearer.
Thank you for this. As a community member its heartening to be heard and know that DN is thinking about these issues.
The solutions are not all clear cut, we know, but we are all behind you.
Also remember that you have thousands of talented designers who want to help. Feel free to tap into that!
I like your bunny.