Tomorrow (because Monday is always the best day to start, right?) I am starting a 30 Day Minimalism Challenge, created by Sarah Deshaw! Let me tell you more about it.
A lot of 30 Day challenges tend to be fun, but not always exactly what you are looking for. You've been there -- at first they catch your eye with fun daily tasks, but later it's easy to forget the point. When I searched for a minimalism challenge that would work for me, I seeked for something abstract but effective.
I stumbled upon this minimalism/decluttering challenge created by Sarah and it made sense to me. The first day your task is to find a thing that is not serving its' purpose at your home and donate/recycle it. The second day it's two items, the third - three and so on. There are no more rules - it can be any item - clothes, magazines, old decorations...
If you are reading this, I am challenging you... You don't have to pursue this particular challenge, but anything that will bring you closer to the lifestyle you imagine yourself in. Try it, fail it, try it many more times and learn along the way!
Minimal logo doesn’t mean only minimal style in visual part, but also in function. In these times to create such a big brand like Apple, Nike or Mastercard it’s near the edge of impossible. But by creating consistency in visual identity between the logo and its graphic language can make the logo symbol more recognisable without a wordmark. Funny fact, is that the first Shell logo was created in 1909 and it was used only as a shell symbol without a wordmark.
Current most popular way of developing web - React - is not sustainable. And that is a sentiment shared by React dev team (@dan_abramov at https://twitter.com/dan_abramov/status/1259614150386425858?s=20) and a great article at
Meanwhile, the modern tooling and developer experience for managing complexity is absolutely great.
The future sounds exciting.