Back in 2014 while I was at my first design job ever, a coworker of mine recommended I get involved in SASS/SCSS as soon as possible. That advice didn't really resonate with me until I started used Ruby on Rails, which pretty much requires you to use a preprocessor. After I forced myself...
Now that I've been back in my element with coding, successfully dedicating about 2-3 hours per day designing my new site (using Gatsby and React), I figured I'd give a look at what I listen to when I'm sitting at my desk for hours at a time!
My New Year's Resolution was to code more. Most of my time in 2018 was spent on regular work which can get exhausting and burn you out! So now that I'm a remote worker, I've vowed to dedicate more time to learning new code-related things. In walks in, GatsbyJS and React!
It's almost the new year and I decided it was time for me to dive into the world of native responsive grids in CSS. A designer/developer has a choice to make — Grid or Flexbox. The two are very similar, so you can't really go wrong with either.
I was luckily enough to work directly with CHR's founders, Kathy Hourigan and Chris Colcer, when designing and coding their new site!