Here it is, the second monthly recap. The concept seems to be working. There's a bit more going on in my blog and generally my thoughts are there more often, which has already led to another article.

The UX of HTML

I have already written a separate article about this. The whole HTMHell advent calendar is worth investing some time in, but Vasili's article deserves a special mention.
The UX of HTML

12 days of web

Just as valuable, if not more so, than the HTMHell Advent Calendar is the collection of articles 12 days of web initiated by Stephanie Eckles.
12 days of web

Omnivore

Until now I had used Pocket as a read-later service. These days, thanks to Matthias Ott, I came across Omnivore and have been using it quite enthusiastically ever since. It's simple, works great and is less cluttered than Pocket.
https://omnivore.app/

Designing the Mammoth icon - again

The temporarily discontinued open source Mastodon app Mammoth has been revived and not only does it look fantastic, it also has what I think is a very well done logo. The designer describes their process in the following article.
Designing the Mammoth icon - again

Orion - from idea to launch in 45 days

Another detailed and very interesting process is the way to the app Orion, from Lux, the people behind the great iPhone camera app Halide.
Orion - from idea to launch in 45 days

David Bowie Answers the Famous Proust Questionnaire

In the late 19th century, the then teenager Marcel Proust filled out a questionnaire for a friend. In the 1970s, the French TV presenter Bernard Pivot used it to interview a number of celebrities, including David Bowie.
Article by the Marginalia


So all that's left for me to do is wish you all a fantastic 2024!