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Andy Clarke
Head of Creative, design consultant, and mentor . — Born to lose, live to win, bed by ten. “Art Direction for the Web” book available now.
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Andy Clarke 5h
Replying to @Alo
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Andy Clarke 5h
Replying to @MurraySilber
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Andy Clarke 6h
Replying to @justinavery
That’s the EASY part!
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Andy Clarke 7h
I’m going to have fun making these up in CSS!
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Andy Clarke 7h
Replying to @dletorey
I only use it on my charging lead. I have a hub for other stuff.
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Andy Clarke 7h
The aforementioned magnetic adapter.
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Andy Clarke 7h
Replying to @nathanpitman
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Andy Clarke 8h
Replying to @cssgareth
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Andy Clarke 8h
Six weeks into owning a 2019 MacBook Pro and I like it. A lot. The “lack of ports” is absolutely no problem. The screen is fabulous. The keyboard feel is fine, even for long-form writing. My biggest regret is no MagSafe, so I added a magnetic adapter which does the trick.
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Andy Clarke Jul 15
A racist in the White House and probably in Downing Street.
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Andy Clarke Jul 15
Naming an element “mask” in should turn it into a mask.
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Andy Clarke Jul 15
Nice to see some editorial style designs amongst ’s CSS Grid experiments:
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Andy Clarke Jul 15
Replying to @TheNewEuropean
Wow! See also
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Andy Clarke Jul 14
Replying to @danjdavies
We’re here until Wednesday if you want to geek out during the day.
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Andy Clarke Jul 14
Replying to @scott_gruber
I think it was Book Baby I mentioned to you.
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Andy Clarke Jul 14
I know it’s a Sunday, but as I’m going away on holiday for a month soon, I’m working today. Plus, I’m having such enormous fun designing this!
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Andy Clarke Jul 14
Replying to @Malarkey
I haven’t leased a Mac before, but I would definitely look at doing that in the future, especially with the option to own it for a £1 at the end of a 3 year lease. I could lease an iMac Pro for 3 years for only £160 per month.
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Andy Clarke Jul 14
Replying to @Malarkey
With computers this reliable, it makes sense to take a long term view, maybe paying for them over a period of time, even Apple’s 0% 12 month finance.
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Andy Clarke Jul 14
Replying to @Malarkey
At the same rate, a new iMac Pro would make me £220k. That means a new iMac Pro would MAKE me £290 PER day!
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