Internet things, saved for later.
What a cool way to visualize a year in review!
If you are at all interested in React or frontend development, these posts are fantastic. Dan Abramov goes deep on detailed topics (like
const) but always keeps things super approachable.
Be sure to check out the theme switcher at the top!
If you haven't seen Josh's website before, strap in. This is one of the coolest personal blogs on the web right now as far as I can tell - details at every turn, fantastic writing, and a true attention to detail.
I love how Michael builds out in the open, then documents his process along the way.
Sadly, Leo hasn't written in a while. But this backlog of blog posts is still a great rabbit hole.
Wild, wild blog post designs. Give The CSS Cascade a scroll - and learn something new, I bet.
I thought about making my website yellow after seeing this design. So good. And the writing Nikita shares is hilarious and refreshingly blunt.
I love the idea of a digital notebook, out in public. Lachlan has so many interesting side projects (like Gun Funded) - poke around.
Jonnie's website is just fantastic, overall. But this blog setup is pretty neat, especially the scrolling timeline and header combination.
Jack is tired of boring websites. So he made his website not boring. Isn't that nice?
The use of typography on this blog is really neat; the handwritten styles add so much character and feeling.