As you may know, we have signed several new projects recently! As we continue to expand our mission, we are excited to announce that we are looking for new Martians to join our team. Specifically, we're hiring:
If you want to know more about who we are, what we do, and how we work, take a look at the MarsBased handbook. If you already know us and want to become part of the Martian family, check our openings (all 100% remote positions).
In this post, we're sharing the basics of how to draw areas using SVG paths and one common issue found using them. Our Tech Lead, David Garmendia, would have appreciated knowing these tips when he started using SVG paths, and that's why he decided to share a Today I Learnt kind of post with you.
User interface design is hard. With so many layout, spacing, typography, and colour options, making design decisions can be overwhelming. Having a system of logical rules helps you efficiently make informed design decisions. In this article, Adham Dannaway goes through a UI design case study to redesign an example user interface using logical rules or guidelines.
How to create icons correctly aligned with the text
There's a pretty shittyannoying problem with icons when working alongside text. It's called alignment. The CSS box model does not contemplate that an element generated with a width and a height can be part of the line spacing, so they do not end up centering well without cheating. Our CSS master, Javier Artero, shares how to solve it.