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This Week In Web Design – October 30, 2020


It’s the last Friday of October, the day before Halloween, and, of course, time for our latest edition of “This Week In Web Design”. In this week’s roundup of all of the web design and development articles we’ve discovered that were published in the past seven days, we have a variety of topics, tips, tricks, treats, and tutorials for you. So let’s dive in!

Detect Changed Files with git

There are numerous reasons to want to know which files have been added or modified in a git repository, one of which is your text editor highlighting those files. Another use case is running tasks against only files which are presently changed, like lint or other validation routines. So how can we identify files which …

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Collaborative Journey Maps – Boxes and Arrows

In many organizations, the design team does some research then retreats to their tower to conjure deep magics that turn note filled notebooks into a customer journey map. At least that’s what it looks like to their peers. Journey diagrams capture tons of detailed info about users, processes, and systems. The best teams share the … Continue reading Collaborative Journey Maps

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25+ Best Rounded Fonts (Free & Pro)

Rounded fonts are commonly used in creative designs to add a bit of elegance and style to titles and headings. They are also a great choice for paragraph text as they improve readability. You can use rounded fonts with almost every type of design. Including for crafting logos, poster title…

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Perfectly Broken Code

Join me in exploring a recent experience where I started with flawed logic (without realizing it) and the steps I took to fix my bug. Let’s experience some broken code together. 🎉

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