“Accessibility as an area of expertise has made me a far better engineer overall. It needs collaboration and creates opportunities. It is cross-discipline, cross-departmental, people-focused, and requires strategic thinking to be successful at scale.”
The modern framework to build websites goes mainstream.
WSL is finally easy to install.
The Google Chrome team experiments with a RSS following feature.
Who they are, what they work, and how they spend their life.
“Will I ever read everything I bookmark on this app? No. Will I stop bookmarking new things to never read? Also no.”
A new way that combines the best aspects of the previous eras.
“I wonder what it would be like to wander around in life being blissfully unaware of bad typography. Must be great, that.”
“The best software engineers think like designers”, and 19 other pithy pieces of wisdom.
We’ve now come full circle in the world of software and tech brand design.
The jQuery Mobile project is now deprecated.
The new Sanitizer API lets you insert arbitrary strings into a page safely.
In some countries mobile traffic dominates, in others desktop still reigns supreme.
The hidden truth in our design portfolios.
Web accessibility seems to remain a mystery for many web developers.
To keep or to drop jQuery, that is the question.
A deceptive UX pattern that, in reality, is a browser issue.
The latest and greatest PWA features in Microsoft Edge.
Check if your link style meets the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.
Content entrepreneurs can make decisions faster than content marketers.
A web tool to analyze and identify the cause of bloated HTML code.
Let’s make sense of the whole Cross-Origin Resource Sharing thing.
Spice up your website using acid colors and defiant episodes.
The Vue framework for building modern websites is ready to be tried out.
An experiment in Microsoft Edge.
“Content design is basically 90% trying to understand what the hell you’re supposed to design and write, and 10% actual designing and writing.”
Why WordPress needs an official team that aims to increase its performance.
Figma launches a way to enable design collaboration at scale.
The balance between usefulness, security and privacy.
How it came to the concept known as design systems.
Even if the recipient doesn’t use the password manager.
Automated tests to find out what kind of private data web browsers leak.
“It’s weird how working from home has become the place to be productive, and going into the office is for social hour.”
Things you can do to get started.
Accept a function as an argument, or return functions.
“Take a moment and appreciate the number of features you haven’t launched, number of rewrites you haven’t done, number of products you haven’t failed because a good engineer made the problems disappear.”
The who, what, and when of building digital accessibility.
Google makes browsing of mobile search results more seamless.
Get ready for “one of the hottest moments of innovation in CSS history.”
There are some great CSS features in the making.
Many companies are treating the web as a second-class experience.
“The web would be a vastly more accessible place if professional web developers had even a basic understanding of HTML.”
“Experimentation in big tech companies can actually be a disadvantage, because teams often start using it as a replacement for sound product and design thinking.”
Four evil tips to game your website performance score.
Best practices on setting initial values for your custom properties.
“Great products sell themselves as long as people are aware of the problems they have that the product solves.”
The strange world of user experience design without users.
A digital bookshelf of type and lettering resources.
How to address an issue with currentColor before a fix lands in browsers.
Instantly index your web content in Microsoft Bing’s or Yandex’s search engine.
Why Bing’s and Yandex’s new protocol could be a game-changer.
“‘Sign up’ and ‘Sign in’ are the most confusing terms for me as non-native english speaker. Always takes me a moment to click the right thing. Can't we go with ‘Create account’ and ‘Log in’?”
A fast and secure standalone server for resizing and converting remote images.
Nesting is an exciting feature that will soon be added to native CSS.
Open source fonts from the Atelier National de Recherche Typographique.
The social media giant aims to transition to a metaverse company.
Routing with URLPattern, Eye Dropper API, and PWA Summit videos are online.
First question: why do we need a new CSS reset?
“Success is a scam. Do you know what being good at your job gets you? More work.”
What this API can do for you and how you can use it.
An online tool to remove objects and defects from any picture.
A new website for the content creator community.
Design a single embeddable UI component for all your payment methods.
What web developers need to be aware of.
Check critical site speed and website quality metrics in one click.
Placeholder image generator with open-source API for developers and designers.
Let’s find out a little more about the favicon ecosystem!
1. What are the objects? 2. What are the relationships between those objects?
What the difference between the two means for design systems.
The popular no-code website builder is now free for educators and students.
Surprisingly, it isn’t ‘tabs’ that might make for a good ‘tabs’ element.
Why everyone developing on the web should care.
The many ways to use the CSS ‘prefers-reduced-motion’ media query today.
“More people should write more. Async read access to your brain is pretty damn magical.”
“Don’t Google medical things at home! Go to a doctor, where they can search Bing in front of you.”
Ten questions and ten answers with detailed explanations.
WebKit engine is well behind the competition.
“The more I learn the less advice I want to give cause I realize I don’t have any clue either.”
The popular UAParser.js library was hacked.
Learn the fundamentals about search engine optimization, take a test, and get a certificate.
Get alerts when your pages’ performance and Web Vitals go down.
“A lot of miscommunication stems from people incorrectly assuming that everyone understands some piece of context. This is where we see docs suffer too.”
A concept that helps you think about animations differently.
CSS Overview panel, Rendering tab updates, and much more.
Create your perfect illustration scene with 130+ heroes and objects.
How they work, when to use them, along with practical use cases.
New access to the data from the Google Search console performance reports.