Anton Trollbäck

Anton Trollbäck

Stockholm ceo and founder – code and conspire Joined over 8 years ago via an invitation from Oskar L.

  • 2 stories
  • Posted to UN – The Global Goals, Jan 16, 2018

    Self-promotion yes, sorry, but very proud of this one.

    The goal was to create something that is inspiring and fun, while bold and substantial. We have cooked up a lot of interesting tech that has made it fast and accessible in every possible scenario, even offline, for a global audience, and it’s all open source:

    0 points
  • Posted to I was pretty close… 5 years yearlier!, Nov 24, 2017

    Make a new one!

    2 points
  • Posted to Dropbox Bizarre Empty State Illustration, Oct 27, 2017

    It's great. Memorable and bold. It's different from the American safe and modest business design.

    21 points
  • Posted to Haptic Touch Bar, Oct 16, 2017

    It sounds like a cat purring.

    0 points
  • Posted to To Hell With Helvetica: Is an 1874 Type Catalog the World's Most Beautiful Book?, May 29, 2017


    8 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: Best flag design?, in reply to Nathan Romero , Apr 08, 2017

    I'm in Tirana right now and they use the flag a lot. Indeed looks sinister but I'm glad they keep on using it - it's cool!

    0 points
  • Posted to CSS Reset for Minimalists, in reply to Matt Smith , Jan 16, 2017

    Normalize is never not needed unless you are are working on a widget or subset of another site/environment.

    0 points
  • Posted to CSS Reset for Minimalists, Jan 10, 2017

    "minimalists". Stop it already. normalize.css is great. Then apply global border-box in you app code if you so wish.

    0 points
  • Posted to CSS Architecture for Design Systems, Nov 10, 2016

    I'd like to add a point:

    Don't ever compromise on visual design for a "perfect" code base because there will never be a perfect code base in CSS. Great visual design is all about breaking patterns and exceptions and trusting your eye and not the math of perfect round numbers.

    Stop it with "vertical-rythm", "base-spacing", "half-base-spacing", "brand-secondary-color-lighter" variables. Stop overusing utility classes. Don't be afraid to create new components.

    A large, and important, part of the job is keeping the designer/AD happy with whats on the screen and that requires a very flexible code base.

    1 point
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