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StyleGuide

Collections of common styles used throughout the project


Color Palette

Primary


Buttons and Links

Buttons

Sizes

Links

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UI elements

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Typography

Font Family

Noto Sans

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Alice

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Ogg

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Sizes

All sizes are responsive and resize accordingly to best practices for various screen widths.

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Size Four

Size Five

Size Six

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Content

It's often said that the internet has democratized education: the sum of human knowledge is only a Google search away! And yet, having access to information is only half of the story; you also need to be able to convert raw information into usable skills.

For a lot of us, the gap between the two can lead to things like tutorial hell—getting stuck doing tutorial after tutorial without ever feeling like you're making substantive progress.

Learning how to learn effectively is super important, especially as a software developer; learning new things is practically the whole gig! If you can learn to quickly pick up new languages/frameworks/tools, you'll be able to be way more productive than the average developer. It's sort of a superpower.

In this blog post, I'll share what I've learned about learning, and show you how I pick up new skills lickety-split!


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