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Inayaili de León Persson
on 1 March 2017

February’s reading list

Here are the best links shared by the design team in February 2017:

  1. Write Good linter for Atom
  2. Land Lines – Chrome Experiments
  3. Better Web Typography for a Better Web
  4. Fast Good Cheap
  5. Data Visualizations by Herwig Scherabon
  6. How Flexbox works—explained with big, colorful, animated gifs
  7. Optimizations in Syntax Highlighting
  8. GitHub’s Open Source Guides
  9. Piwik – Open Analytics Platform
  10. Making sense of MVP (Minimum Viable Product) – and why I prefer Earliest Testable/Usable/Lovable
  11. Dwitter – 140 character JavaScript
  12. How Stack Overflow Redesigned the Top Navigation

Thank you to Greg, Jamie, Joana, Karl, Magdalena, Will and me for the links this month.

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