Linking patterns allows us to give our users a real feeling for how the website is going to work, on real devices, which things like InVision can never do. Here's some simple approaches.
A simple request: we need an 'Add to Calendar' widget to add our events to Google Calendar, iCal, and Outlook. Simple (once I had completed it!).
Not exhaustive, not fully-fleshed out, but here's a braindump on what I believe helps sustainable front-end development. Oh, and there's 12 tips, so you can ignore the two controversial ones if you want!
Responsive images in PatternLab get a bit of a bad rap sometimes, because they are tricky to have in PL and Drupal. Here's my "easy way" of achieving it.
Yes, I know, there's more than one way to integrate PatternLab with Drupal. Here's how I create a card component and map it to Drupal.
Let's revisit my recent post and see if we can come up with more user-friendly names for PatternLab items.
I'm sometimes asked for an overview of my general approach to PatternLab. Simple: put everything for each component in the same directory!
Implementing designs is tricky at the best of times. But you, as a designer, can make life easier.
Let's get to grips with having a text with image paragraph bundle set up with PatternLab, including having options for left/right for the image/text.
This is the first post in a series about how to integrate Drupal with PatternLab. In this first blog post, we'll look at a simple text paragraph bundle, which just has one field: text (formatted, long).