Ask me about:
- Web Animations
- Web Designing
- Frontend Development
- Writing CSS
- User Interface Design
- User Experience
- General Programming
- Hosting Podcasts
This AMA session is over but you can still ask questions to Val Head on their Hashnode profile.
5 things you would suggest to a beginner frontend developer today?
Good to see you for an AMA. Have read your book Pocket Guide to CSS Animations. :)
Do you think modern internet browsers today, are well equipped to handle heavy weight web animations? We often hear people telling not to use effects like parallax on the website to have better optimization.
I am currently teaching aspects of front-end development to students however I am a new professor. Do you have any perspective or advice on teaching students this subject?
What's the first thing you see when you visit a website? Do you think a proper design can help build the trust between users and the company?
What are the best resources to become pro web UI and UX designer?
What, according to you, will be the web design trends of 2017?
hi Val, How do you create an SVG without using Illustrator? thnx
Hi Val, welcome on Hashnode!
What's the one CSS feature, which is not yet officially supported, that you wish makes it to the official CSS spec? You can name two too! :) a.k.a. What's your CSS wishlist for 2017?
Hello Val! What is your take on system fonts? Is it okay for websites to rely on them. How do you manage fonts for your website and what do you use for them?
- What are your thoughts on CSS frameworks like Bootstrap and Foundation?
- Do you think they are good for web developers?
- Would you personally recommend developers to use them?
Hi Val, thanks for taking your time to answer my question!
How importantly do you take web accessibility; and what are a few accessibility things to keep in mind when doing web animations?
Professional: what's your current dev stack built out of? Personal: What's your favourite hill in the 'burgh?
What fun projects would you include in programming book aimed at beginners ?
Are you a fan of Google's Material Design framework? Do you think it's a better design framework for any kind of applications (mobile apps, web apps, native TV apps, etc.)?
Since the community is too big, do you think small companies should stick to the material design framework rather than wasting time in creating better UX?
When you start a new project, what are the few things you take into account before deciding the layout and design of the project?
What projects have you collaborated on with other like-minded professionals?
What prototyping tools do you use besides doing straight coding in css?