Obviously, any skill is learnable, nobody borns with skillset. But there are some skills which seem to be natural, some skills that are never taught in school and university, some skills which you never thought can be learned. For example, positive thinking, joking, etc. Would you think that this something teachable or learnable? When I say teachable, I mean some effective, systematic approach. And not random poking around for 10000 hours (Malcolm Gladwell style).
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I’m a software developer interested in UX, a11y, type systems, performance.
Have you heard the term “CSS architecture”? You can search the internet for it, for example, there is the article by Philip Walton. I understand it as a set of best practices to make you CSS scalable, e.g. some rules which allow you to write a lot of CSS before it becomes unmaintainable and collapses due to incidental complexity. Let’s step back for a moment. What is CSS? CSS is a declarative language for layout and painting engine.
Typical discussion on CSS around the web looks like this:
What is navigatability? I made up this word in the same manner as read-ability. If readability “is the ease with which a reader can understand a written text” (Wikipedia). Navigatability is the ease with which a reader can navigate a written text.
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