In my opinion, visual regression testing is an invaluable part of any design system or component library. But, how do you choose the right tool for your project? I took a look at some popular open source and SaaS tools and wrote about my findings over at the Sparkbox Foundry.
How does your design system team notify subscribers that new features are being released, bugs are being fixed, or security holes are being patched? I wrote about all of this and more over at the Sparkbox Foundry.
I wrote down some thoughts about visual regression testing, and why I think it’s an important part of a design system’s testing suite.
I wrote up some thoughts about a newer GitHub and Gitlab feature that my team has benefitted from.
I recently used Storybook to build out a component library for a client, and shared some of my findings.
This month’s #startYourShift topic is “Web Education”.
My workflow for creating reading lists is kind of weird, but it works for me. Basically, it goes like this: throughout the week, I click-through to plenty of articles, blog posts, videos, etc. that even mildly interest me. Usually, this stuff comes from Twitter, but sometimes it comes from the small list of “blogs” and news sites that I keep up with (Smashing Magazine, Lifehacker, whatever sites I’ve clicked through to from Google News).
"If you're going to face a real challenge, it has to be a real challenge. You can't accomplish anything without the possibility of failure." - Gary "Lazarus Lake" Cantrell