Trello classic label colours v2.0.0

I have updated my Trello classic label colours CSS hack using the Stylish extension for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

You can find the updates on my GitHub:

https://github.com/garethjmsaunders/trello-label-colours

I have removed this style from Userstyles.org as it was throwing unknown errors or claiming that the CSS had an error every time I tried to upload changes.

Restoring the classic Trello label colours using Stylish

Screenshot of Trello showing lists of cards with colourful labels
Example Trello board showing the restored classic Trello label colours

I’ve written a Stylish CSS script that restores the classic Trello label colours after they were recently updated to a colour palette that genuinely makes me feel miserable looking at them.

You can use this example Trello board with all the labels to test if the Stylish script is working for you.

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Sorted CSS colours

Sometimes it’s the simplest ideas, right?

Those that know me from a web development perspective know how much I love CSS. Here’s another simple tool to add to my design toolbox.

Sorted CSS Colors [sic] by Mustafa Enes Ertarhanacı is an elegant tool to sort the named CSS colours in a way that shows related colours together. And that’s it.

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Transcending CSS Revisited

One of the most influential books I ever read about web development was Jeffrey Zeldman’s ‘blue beanie book’ Designing with Web Standards (2003). It truly changed the way I thought about and practiced web development.

Designing with Web Standards (Voices That Matter): Amazon.co.uk ...

The other book that influenced me a great deal was Andy Clarke’s Transcending CSS (2006)

The great news is that Andy Clarke has made the his updated version Transcending CSS Revisited: The Fine Art of Web Design available online to read for free. Or you can buy a PDF version for offline reading.

Harry Roberts—architecting scalable CSS

Harry Roberts is a front-end architect specialising in CSS. I’ve learned a lot from his thinking and writing over the years, not least his excellent CSS guidelines.

This is a video that I’ve been meaning to watch for ages, so found the time yesterday to view it. It’s very good, very thought-provoking, very practical.