The next useful step is to capture and display when the garment was last worn – which means exploring showing dates and time.
Cost per wear (CpW) is up and running!
I’m really keen to get the basic functionality in that I’ve been thinking about this entire time. Cost per wear.
Finally some type! This is just placeholder until I figure out the style… but I wanted to work with something more ‘me’ than old default Times.
I haven’t settled on the colours for TLB yet, but I thought I’d write a little about HSB, colour in Sass and how I’m starting to set up my scss design system.
Next step on the journey is learning how to implement some fairly rudimentary, essential functions. Create, Read, Update, Delete or in acronym form: CRUD.
I wondered how long it would take before I couldn’t refrain from some styling anymore…! Even just a little white space! Not long at all, it seems.
Welcome to my first journal as I jump into coding. Here I’ll recap what I’ve been learning – not fastidiously, as a disclaimer – but by way of sharing and remembering.
Just a little collection of moments, experiments, work in progress, explorations and inspiration.