There are many design systems, also called UI pattern libraries, that allow you to keep all graphic elements consistent. Unfortunately, they don’t tell you how to implement these elements in your product. The reason is that these design systems don’t know how your product works and interacts with the user.
I wanted to create a UI dashboard and use it in different ways while keeping consistency in the design style. My dashboard displays text with charts and provides the user with the most important data. …
As the craft of the Web Developer environment continues to evolve, you may feel overwhelmed by the amount of new technologies you need to learn. But hey, here is a recipe for you. Learning takes time, you better start today, slowly, gradually, and find consistency.
Find solutions for your problems using NPM.
The key is to find a suitable code (mind the amount of bytes!). Consider whether that package saves your time, is well written and has it a big community supporting it.
Why we use NPM?
Stuck at home, can’t go to events and can’t hang out with friends. I could gaze out of the window and wait, but then I found this platform called Zero To Mastery by Andrei Neagoie with lots of interesting stuff about Web Development. A community with more than a hundred thousand wannabe developers striving to acquire the latest and the best technologies on the market.
I started with creating a HTML file with elements such as header h1, h2, h3 and the script tag. Cool things that come with HTML and CSS are the input type “color” and the CSS…
Digital Product Designer. Let’s create something amazing.