You don’t necessarily need to understand how to code, it’s more important to understand the people who do.
This quote is the most compelling argument to me for people to learn code and fundamental programming concepts: to build shared understanding and empathy for the people who are doing the building.
The rest of this (crazy long) post by Sebastien is worth a read. He has a fanatical approach to visual systems and pixel perfection, which is inspiring to see shine through in a beautiful final product.
When the update started to roll out, the hardest feedback I received was: “That’s it?”.
I love this.