Living Style Guide documentation on the web
is a difficult problem,
gaining a lot of attention in the last few years.
Let's take an in-depth look
at one way to store patterns directly in Sass,
and generate documentation automatically.
So you'd like to start learning design, but the number of tools and tutorials
available is overwhelming. Where do you start? I recommend Paper for
sketching out UX ideas, Practice Code Theory for People Who Code to
generate color palettes and learn color theory, Choosing the Right Font: A
Practical Guide to Typography on the Web as an introduction to typography,
and Adobe Experience Design for UX prototyping.
Code documentation is ideally written as close to the actual code
as possible, but compiled into a comprehensive set of documentation
that includes code from all languages in use. Here's how we intend
to do that.