“A browser that browses for you. A code editor that writes code for you. A chatbot that does the chatting for you. Interesting times.”
What is often overlooked in inclusive design.
“The HTML ‘dialog’ element is not just for creating modals.”
Reddit and Quora have gained massive visibility recently.
“The indie web may be back, likely in a way we least expect.”
Key considerations for designing a search system.
“We have to blame ourselves for over-engineering our projects.”
Indicating mandatory form fields in an accessible way.
“Things that sound like customers might say them are worthless.”
Type design goes 3D with augmented/virtual reality.
The current state of Servo, the Rust-based browser engine.
File formats, model viewers, optimizations, web standards.
The potential of AI to assist people with disabilities.
The watermark uses the C2PA digital signature system.
A cool way to make interactive graphics and animations.
A fresh perspective on Tailwind, the popular CSS framework.
Did you know a ’figure’ can also be a code snippet or poem?
The ethical AI chatbot that leaves many questions open.
“When people say ‘RSS is dead’ what they really mean is ‘we couldn’t figure out a way to monetize RSS.’”
“It’s cool to explore the edges of CSS.”
Should heavy demand drive us to build the feature?
OpenStreetMap is about to make a big jump forward.
Control deactivation impairs usability and accessibility.
Effective QR codes require a thoughtful design.
Top-paid, sought-after front-end frameworks in job ads.
Google streamlines font access via website and API.
We need to be smart about the way we use it.
Ways to protect your website from a drop in visitors.
It’s worthwhile to review your YouTube integrations.
Clarifications on how you can delist your website images.
Verified eco-friendly hosting providers worldwide.
An interactive guide to modern CSS centering techniques.
Stop worrying and URL-encode only the # character.
An introduction to and exploration of testing for the web.
The art of crafting convincing design portfolio entries.
Better charts with an accessibility-first approach.
A privacy milestone for the open web.
So you think you know the Git version control system?
Browsers now support a new interoperable array method.
Introducing the EditContext API in Chromium-based browsers.
The risks of country-code Top Level Domains.
Is a basic social contract of the web falling apart?
What’s the impact of GitHub Copilot on web accessibility?
It’s not a bug that broke iPhone PWAs in the EU.
Google’s AI model boosts performance and long-context grasp.
Pascal case wins legibility and screen reader tests.
The ‘revert-layer’ keyword can work wonders with resets.
Top ten dark patterns and how to fight back (PDF).
In 2004, Tantek Çelik and Kevin Marks launched 'meaningful HTML.'
Ways to categorize your news in a feed reader.
Which Git config options are favored by developers?
Opportunities for improving every kind of newsletter.
“CSS far surpasses the capabilities of Tailwind.”
“Positive sentiment about WordPress is down modestly.”
Weird and potential use cases of the CSS ‘infinity’ constant.
The current state of the Rust Programming language.
Standards to level up your Figma components quality.
The Web Font Analyzer can help you speed up font loading.
What to do if you find scroll(nearest) is not working.
In onboarding design, balancing extremes is key.
An overview of the current state of the UI library.
Designing for color blindness/weakness in a nutshell.
CSS-driven scroll locking during overlay displays.
A fundamental critique of the popular CSS approach.
A playful interactive introduction to color spaces.
How to fix CSS view transition animations that look flawed.
Buttons work, not only in the physical world.
Get ready, now that the declarative syntax is here.
Block direction alignment without CSS Flexbox/Grid.
“The AI model’s ability to analyze video feels so powerful.”
Concepts, techniques, and tools you need to know.
The latest survey results about screen reader usage.
Counterarguments to ‘Stop using utility CSS’ posts.
Say hello to pow(), sqrt(), and exponential friends.
Stability AI’s model boosts image and in-picture text quality.
“There are pretty significant problems with Webmentions.”
It’s restrictive, but enables fun web projects again.
Master CSS :has() with demos, use cases, and quizzes.
“The name ‘cloud’ is a linguistic trick, a way of hiding who controls the underlying technology of the internet, and the huge power they wield.”