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Why the ‘design in the browser’ movement failed

Designing from scratch in the browser requires too high a threshold of coding ability. But it can still be realistic for designers with basic coding ability if we start smaller.

Designers, don’t learn to code. Learn to hack.

Curious about learning to code, but it seems too hard? You’re not alone. Here’s a humble suggestion: don’t learn to code. Learn to hack instead.

a better design handoff

Design handoff doesn't have to be such a slog. Our stale processes and approaches are what make it difficult.