David Yeiser

David Yeiser

Designer and developer: davidyeiser.com Joined about 9 years ago

  • 15 stories
  • Posted to Export assets (icon sets, etc.) to React, Vue, TailwindCSS, or Sass, Nov 18, 2020

    Export Code is a Figma Plugin I created that allows you to export assets in Figma to code. If you have an icon collection for an app for example, you can create React components for each of those icons with the click of a button. Or Vue components. Or a TailwindCSS plugin that adds classes for each icon, or Sass variables for each.

    The most important part of the plugin is that you can edit the templates that generate the code. So you can tailor the template exactly to whatever dependencies and tools may be unique to your development setup.

    You also can combine multiple assets into a single component with variants that are mapped to props.

    More information: https://oombla.com/

    0 points
  • Posted to Launching React Native 101 for Designers!, Jun 08, 2018

    One quick comment: the pricing options towards the bottom were a little confusing to me, I assumed they were all related to the React Native curriculum list above and with the first you got maybe half the lessons. It wasn't until I noticed that M1 said React and M2 said React Native that I figured it out. It may have just been me but wanted to point it out just in case — maybe making the middle one a bit larger and accenting the React Native vs React in the titles would help.

    Anyways, my inability to read aside, this looks like a fantastic resource — thanks for taking the time to make it.

    4 points
  • Posted to My incredible journey to CSS-in-JS, May 23, 2018

    Not really too much of a hot take or how-to, I just really like CSS and JavaScript and had fun writing a quick post about it. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    0 points
  • Posted to Tutorial for how to create a blog with Airtable & Next.js, Apr 03, 2018

    Companion GitHub repository here: airtable-nextjs-blog

    0 points
  • Posted to Can anyone share their CV with me?, Apr 02, 2018

    Here’s mine: https://davidyeiser.com/static/files/Resume.DavidYeiser.2018.pdf

    I didn’t put much emphasis on what I did at each job — but I got interviews at various places so I guess it worked okay. Though the resume was always just a formality really, I don’t think they are as important in our field as in others.

    2 points
  • Posted to New portfolio: feedback welcomed, in reply to Richard Sison , Mar 20, 2018

    Thank you — appreciate it!

    0 points
  • Posted to Show DN your 404, Jan 18, 2018


    On all pages the background behind the main white is red. You have to pull the edges at top/right/left/bottom via scrolling (and have to do it in Safari or Chrome) to see it.

    The idea for the 404 is that the page can't be found, therefore there's no white "page" on top of the red and just the red is showing.

    1 point
  • Posted to WordPress theme for learning to code, Dec 13, 2017

    I wrote a little more about it here: https://davidyeiser.com/post/basik-wordpress-theme

    And some screenshots are here: https://twitter.com/davidyeiser/status/939163784526073856

    It's meant to be a theme that's simple to understand and navigate for beginners — a good starting point for customizing and adding things and figuring out how to make things work by changing something and seeing what happens.

    0 points
  • Posted to The New Dropbox, Oct 05, 2017

    The actual new logo is a measured iteration from the old logo that combines vision with continuity. Basically what all other good rebrands have in common (Instagram for example).

    Old: Old Dropbox logo

    New: New Dropbox logo

    I see the rest of the brand, the numerous fonts and colors, as fertile soil for all types of future expressions. It’s highly flexible, yet coherent. For example, I think you’ll be able to immediately recognize the “Dropboxness” of anything that uses the new brand.

    And even if you hate everything about it you have to admit those color combinations are 100 emoji

    2 points
  • Posted to Sketch to React Component Renderer, Sep 19, 2017

    I think Max Schoening is working on this: https://twitter.com/mschoening/status/847496408168976384

    4 points
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