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Marcus Herrmann Marcus Herrmann
📝New blog post: Why don't we personal website owners collect all the feeds we generate at one central place, for example on a /feeds page? A place for RSS feeds of your blog posts, favorited items, or even tweets. Like this: http://marcus.io/feeds

Great idea! I have many feeds for the different post types in my site and I’m definitely going to make one!

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Andy Budd Andy Budd
As Designers we think it's our job to come up with the best idea. The one that will best solve our users problems, and therefore our stakeholder problems. In truth our job is to come up with the least objectionable idea. The one we can safely navigate through the various …

Sharing early unfinished work helps me, communicating the reasoning of my decisions and being open to feedback. It makes them feel and actually be part of the result while you’re still responsible of how it turns out. Doesn’t matter who had the best idea.

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Frank ☀ Bach Frank ☀ Bach
why is it that designers struggle with sharing their work with the exact people they should be sharing their work with? (clients, stakeholders, etc.)

Insecurity, not be willing to change directions or being able to explain and backup their decisions.

Sharing unfinished work is a pro hack that I’ve been enjoying the last 3 years, I wish I started sooner.

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Ethan Marcotte Ethan Marcotte
🦊 Oh my GOODNESS, responsive design turns ten today! Here’s how it happened, and who helped *make* it happen:‪https://ethanmarcotte.com/wrote/responsive-design-at-10/ …‬

I remember back them when I thought I knew that the only way was doing those complex fluid sorcery you were writing about in your great unstoppablerobotninja.com blog. Until that post 🤯

Congrats! Always an inspiration.

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Ramiro Ruiz Ramiro Ruiz
I avoid deleting the first versions of most designs, I keep duplicating artboards and iterate on the new ones. But I want to make it clear which are the old ones so I don’t confuse people or comment on past versions.

I can add them in a different page but that’s adding a click to the process. Now I’ve been placing them inside a colored background with a “past versions” label. Open to hear other ways.

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Ali Spittel 🐞 Ali Spittel 🐞
What's your favorite tech stack for building a blog site right now and why?

I will use @GoHugoIO with @Netlify. Hugo for the simplicity, speed and it supports multilingual sites/blogs out of the box.

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Brad Frost Brad Frost
Helping a doctor with a Squarespace site today. Weeeeeeeeee!‪

Ugh, I just recently realize how painful it is to add custom design into a squarespace website.

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Katherine Moss Katherine Moss
How'd you do that? And if there isn't a link to the site on the POSSE, then how on earth does one find the original?

Bridgy does a posse-post-discovery, I have a <link rel=“feed” In my site’s head, pointing to all my notes that have a u-syndication link. More details here: https://brid.gy/about#link Happy to answer any more questions.

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Ariel Helwani Ariel Helwani
The other 23 fighters on the UFC 249 card tested negative for COVID-19, per sources. Jacare has left the hotel, per sources.

Oh man that’s awful

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Matthias Ott Matthias Ott
If you have a personal website: What did you use to build your site? And what do you like most about it? 🤗

I use @GoHugoIO and I love the speed, flexibility and the active and helpful community.

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