I created a doc to showcase best practices for making Coda docs that are enjoyable to build and use.
As I was building it from scratch, I filmed it and narrated extensively.
At the moment this is the single concentrated source of knowledge on how to approach building great Coda docs, how to be mindful of good user experience and clean maintainable architecture. I tried to pack as much Coda experience that I’ve got over the last few years as I could into these. Hence the length: I’m explaining many approaches in great detail. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned maker (or a Codan too) going through these will definitely be useful for you.
The videos don’t talk about cross-doc setups or optimizing heavy docs. Those are huge topics on their own deserving their own dedicated playlists
where more educational content like this is posted (some for Patrons exclusively). Please check it out:
Some videos have janky audio in the second half I don’t know what happened; I only knew this happened after I stopped recording and I could not recover the original audio anymore. If anyone knows how to fix these posthaste please let me know and I’ll try to reupload these.