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  1. The lifeblood of any company is its talent. This may seem like a cliché, but it's a fundamental truth that bears repeating. It's essential to remember that talent acquisition and retention are at the heart of any successful business strategy. Interestingly, one of the key factors contributing to our success in this area is our openness to applicants from diverse backgrounds. Over time, we've come to value this diversity, seeing it as a strength rather than a limitation.

    • Inside Subvisual
    • Academy
  2. When you are building a brand new product time is key, and so bootstrapping the development. The good old trick of leveraging from available tools as much as you can still reduces the development time and prevents you from reinventing the wheel. Hopefully not everything on the internet is bad, and there are a bunch of awesome libs out there that help builders move fast, one of them is TailwindCSS.

    • Engineering
  3. Movement is a great way to add some life to your UIs. Let's take a look at how to do that with mousemove and device orientation events, and CSS perspective and transforms.

    • Engineering
  4. In the last few years, there has been a lot of discussion about Web3, blockchain, and cryptocurrencies. Even more so about the potential changes in socioeconomic dynamics that may arise and the implications they may have for our future as humanity and the future of our planet. But what role do we, as designers, play in this movement, and how can we better reflect on our practice to create a more promising future for all living beings?

    • Design
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