Icons save space. Icons look crisp. Icons give quick answers to hard questions: How do we make it nicer? How can we brand it? How do we make it more fun? We ♥ icons. Until they start messing with our minds. Icons come in 666 flavours.
It’s always a good idea to give your users context: at a glance, they should be able to figure out where they are, how they got there, and how to get back where they were before. One subtle but important way to give these cues is with animated deselection.
I’ve recently embarked on the tedious process of annotating my source code for nullability.
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I’m a big fan of Swift 3. There’s a bunch of relatively small syntax changes that make the language more consistent. The most important of these is certainly the consistent handling of parameter labels in functions (yay!).