Fasetto (opens in new tab) is a centralised service that allows users to share any type of file between any device on any platform – no internet access required.
The supporting website was designed by Naomi Atkinson and developed by Harry Roberts, who have very differing approaches to web projects.
Under the hood
The site's CSS is written on top of the Sass-based OOCSS framework Inuit (opens in new tab), and on top of a proprietary CSS architecture, ITCSS, developed by Roberts himself.
"Both of these are based on principles of performance and scalability, and work really hard to minimise the amount of CSS needed to build UIs," he explains. "These keep apps and sites very small, but enable them to grow as necessary."
Words: Geri Coady
Geri Coady (opens in new tab)is a colour-obsessed freelance illustrator and web designer, author of A Pocket Guide to Colour Accessibility (opens in new tab) and net's Designer of the Year 2014. Follow her on Twitter at @hellogeri (opens in new tab).
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