Ever since the advent of HTML5 and ES6, the web is moving forward at the speed of the Millennium Falcon.
While the world was still in awe at Angular’s superpowers, the React phenomenon happened. And while the average corporate Java dev gets over the overwhelming pace of events, Angular 2 and Polymer will be ready to refill their pile of things to be amazed at.
And that is a good thing. It means better APIs, better developer ergonomics, and most importantly, better resulting products.
Since the GameBoy Advance has long been discontinued, one might think that the interest in it would eventually die out. Well, I’ve been doing some research into Pokémon ROM hacks, and from what it appears, GBA isn’t going down any time soon. Continue reading “GBA is Here to Stay” →
Last week, I covered a monospace font that’s great for print: Inconsolata. This week, it’s time for a good on-screen monospace font, and that comes from one of my favourite font families, Ubuntu. Continue reading “Font of the Week(end): Ubuntu Mono” →
I promised last week that I’d do a monospace font this week, and here it is! Continue reading “Font of the Week: Inconsolata” →
In a time when Firefox OS is growing adolescent, I take the opportunity to introduce you to its default font: Fira Sans. Continue reading “Font of the Week: Fira Sans” →
Open Sans is so ubiquitous that you’re not a real designer if you haven’t heard of it. But if you actually aren’t, congrats! Now you know about one of the most versatile fonts of the decade. Continue reading “Font of the Week: Open Sans” →
I first discovered Merriweather when The Daily Post revamped their design. Since then, I believe in love at first sight. It’s become my favourite serif font, besides Liberation Serif and Bitter. The best thing about Merriweather is its top-notch readability. It looks gorgeous everywhere from web pages to printed documents. Continue reading “Font of the Week: Merriweather” →