JavaScript: var vs let vs const

Nice Doodle by Abhishek Kumar explaining the difference between JavaScript’s var, let, and const: Good to see hoisting is also explicitly mentioned by name. 💁‍♂️ I personally always start with const. Only if I need to reassign a variable’s value (for example: a counter in a loop) I use let. I see no good reason […]

Drawing Tip: A thicker pen hides mediocrity

Your drawings probably look rubbish because you’re using an old biro that happened to be laying around. Nobody’s used one of these since cassette tapes stopped needing to be fixed, so throw that in the drawer full of batteries, twine and assorted electrical tape from whence it came. Instead, go thicker. Go felt tip. Go […]

Emulate Dark Mode using Chrome DevTools

Coming to the next version of Chrome is a way to emulate “Dark Mode” using the DevTools. With the DevTools open and focused, hit SHIFT+CMD+P and choose “Emulate CSS prefers-color-scheme: dark” from the menu You can also access the option via the Rendering panel. (Via @ChromeDevTools)

Endangered Species visualized in Pixels

Imgur user JJSmooth44 scraped The Animal Planet endangered animals list and generated photos of several animals where each “pixel” represents one actual animal running around. The more pixelated the image, the closer it is to extinction. There are about 2500 Bengal Tigers, so the picture above consists of 2500 “pixels”: The Amur Leopard is less […]

Tinderin – Side by Side photos of LinkedIn & Tinder profile pictures of the same person.

Tinderin, by Dries Depoorter: Side by Side profile pictures of LinkedIn & Tinder of the same person. Series of 10 photo frames. Quite sure those are the “clean ones” … 🔥 Be sure to check out Dries his other work too. Installations such as Quickfix, a vending machine that sells followers and likes, are really […]