One Thing Web Builders Learned in 2020

The CSS-Tricks ran a 2020 year-end thought series and asked web builders the same question: What is one thing you learned about building websites this year? Chris wrapped the series with a list of authors who responded to his call and what they told.

A read the series everyday, and one of my favorites one is from Natalya Shelburne‘s post  2020 was not a good year for learning. In the post she discuss

I spent almost a decade teaching design and, let me tell you, the conditions for curiosity were all wrong this year. You are not alone if you’ve found yourself battling brain fog, deep existential crisis, and long spans of nothingness instead of basking in a creative renaissance. I spent most of this year in a tiny apartment under a terrifying lockdown in epicenter-of-the-pandemic New York with my husband, two cats, and a very energetic toddler. I’ll save the details for a therapist, but let’s just say this year did not go as planned. Natalya Shelburne in the CSS-Tricks

In the post, Natalya writes “This has been a deeply unsustainable year for so many. Showing up and making it through each day and making any progress is enough. Not giving up and trying again, day after day, is success.”