Frontend Practice Newsletter #1
Our first issue! 🎉
Welcome to the inaugural issue of the Frontend Practice newsletter! I'm thrilled to have you on board as we embark on this new journey together. In this edition, I'd like to give you a quick rundown of all the exciting things we accomplished in 2022, as well as a sneak peek at what's in store for 2023.
Last year was a great one for Frontend Practice. We underwent a complete website redesign and rebuild, increased our project offerings from 10 to 24, and saw a staggering 169,000 unique visitors.
We're confident that 2023 will be even better, with the launch of our blog (coming very soon!), the announcement of our first-ever sponsor/partnership, and the introduction of user accounts and profiles to showcase your work.
( Our blog will cover a wide range of topics, including project tutorials, responsive design, accessibility, testing, design systems, and more. )
We're excited to continue our mission of providing a valuable resource for frontend developers around the world and can't wait to see what the future holds. Thank you for joining us on this journey and being a part of the Frontend Practice community.
P.S., tag us in your projects on Twitter @frontendpract, we’d love to see and share them!
We come across all sorts of wonderful websites, articles, videos, etc. and we want to share a few select choices with you. ( These are not sponsored )
oh.studio - This minimal home page layout is *chefs kiss*. An instant candidate for the next round of level 1 project additions.
Grids - If you're a fan of grids, you'll definitely want to check out the informative website built by the Obys Agency.
Lynn Fisher - Lynn’s annual update of her portfolio never disappoints. Be sure to explore all the interactive elements on this beautifully designed website.
📃 Articles & Guides:
Semantic HTML: What It Is and How to Use It Correctly - It is a fact that writing semantic HTML is important, and this article provides a brief overview for those who wish to learn more about it.
The complete guide to CSS media queries - The deep dive into media queries that you never knew you needed.
LearnCSSGrid.com - A guide to CSS grid that is very thorough, with numerous visual examples to aid in understanding the material.
We'd love to share more with you, but we'll keep this first issue brief. We hope you'll look forward to more updates, resources, and inspiration in future issues.
Kyle Shook - Frontend Practice