My first reaction to this was “meh.” But then it got me thinking more and more about the amazingness of Evernote. It does contain a lot of my personal thoughts, aspirations, and inspirations. Imagine if they leveraged that…
Some great tips and links in this one for the budding WordPress dev in your life. My fav take away is:
develop a feature or not. Make sure that you’ve added all planned features and that they don’t just kinda work
Our parents give us toys and we enjoy them and then something happens and they take them away. Deprivation studies actually happen a lot in real life, right?
It’s like they are watching me parent. Something happens and they take it away? Bad user! Bad!
In general I think the idea is strong but it seems more like conditioning users to like the first thing they didn’t like in the first place.
If there is one thing that makes me want to turn tail and run in the web world these days it’s responsive images. Not that I’m afraid of them. It more that I’m sick of hearing all the ways we kinda do them. We find ourselves being reactive instead of proactive in the unknown (ala future-friendly). And if I find myself coding pictures like this…
… I will throw a tantrum… and have my toys taken away… HEY! I get the GitHub testing now!
That being said this is one of the best techniques I’ve seen thus far. Combining the sweetness of svg and media-queries makes me a happier fella. Especially if I combine some SASS naming with my queries.