A smart alternative to typing random ideas into a registrar search.
The online book Web Browser Engineering get you started.
Apple’s, Google’s, and Microsoft’s no-password login technology.
Countless resources around UX research, including a search engine.
Explore the world’s UI components to learn techniques that actually work.
A CSS generator to create shadows with a color transition.
Diagnose and fix any gaps to shipping high quality UIs.
There’s more to scrollbars than you might expect.
What you can do to help your readers complete their tasks.
“Regex is just typing random letters and symbols until it works.”
Today, Microsoft officially retires its once-dominant web browser.
Mozilla is shipping Firefox’s strongest privacy protection to date.
A case study of applying game feel to product design.
“The idea of ‘foundations’ in design system work is a black hole.”
For now, it’s testing a freemium version in Canada.
The little embedded database is having another moment.
What you need to know.
The story of Primer Prism, GitHub’s open-source color tool.
See more quickly which issues affect your site’s appearance on Google.
A look at how it can streamline your media queries.
Insights into how SEOs approach and conduct link building.
Picking a color outside the browser, improvements in many panels, and more.
How design systems amplify process and tool problems.
A neat way to display selectable options in a grid.
The open-source image editor now supports JPEG XL loading and exporting.
“He was a good tool to download other browsers.”
What your peers had to say about their design systems.
A profound exploration of what makes a good developer experience.
How to use particularly bright accent colors on the web.
An open-source UI design tool to create and maintain Web Components.
Learn the popular tool for building web apps right inside your browser.
A CSS reset that uses modern features such as :where() and logical properties.
A process to solve a wide range of design problems.
A new study suggests that different fonts can elicit different emotions.
A CSS one-liner to extend the background color beyond an element.
It’s free for maintainers of popular open-source projects and students.
Passkeys, Web push, Flexbox Inspector, Web Inspector Extensions, and more.
What it means to change the foundation of an enterprise-level design system.
“It’s kind of amazing what you can do with less than 15 lines of CSS.”
The default sqlite3 command line utility makes it possible.
How to choose typefaces with consistency and readability in mind.
A wide range of opinions about great DX in different development activities.
“Designers who have the time to name layers scare me.”
Twitter is testing a new feature called Notes.
Modern CSS website templates built with React and Next.js.
What developers want, how they level up, and which tools they use.
The 20th annual Logo Trend Report presented by LogoLounge.
How Cloudflare, Google, and Shopify build a faster Internet for everyone.
Practical CSS and design tips that helps in building future-proof user interfaces.
Google AI’s model that creates photorealistic images from descriptions.
“The World Wide Web is a medium that, for nearly 30 years, has enabled developers to continually reinvent the exact same way to blog.”
Sustainable accessibility by embedding accessibility in a design system.
“Apple uses its power over browsers to strip-mine and sabotage the web.”
“The secret to making successful creative products.”
An AI image generator that draws images from any text description.
What it is, why it matters, and lots of resources.
Use cases in which CSS style queries provide unique capabilities.
Things to know about service workers.
Accessibility compliance is a benchmark, not a checklist.
Pros and cons of different ways to install npm packages locally.
The ECMAScript 2022 language specification is officially a standard now.
Middleware, On-Demand ISR, Edge API Routes, Edge SSR, and more.
Principles, frameworks, toolkits, books, articles, and organizations.
The World Wide Web Consortium, responsible for developing web standards, goes independent.
Some observations and new things to consider with touch cursors.
Interactive utilities, trackers, polls, and more for Figma and FigJam.
Adjoining grid items move aside for a selected one that expands.
The end of an era for the once-popular resource for HTML5 developers.
An SEO study reveals a blind spot in Google Search Console.
A closer look at an exciting proposal for animating shared elements across web pages.
“When you work on something you love, you never think in terms of work-life balance.”
Current browser versions and release notes as site, feed, or API.
An online tool to convert MP4 videos to animated GIF images.
The Screen Wake Lock API avoids the need for hacky workarounds.
“We technical writers should be doing more user research.”
How to use ‘position: sticky’ with a child of a grid container.
UX design case studies: suggestions to everyday products.
Best practices for implementing a color mode switcher on your website.
“Writing a detailed and thorough ‘bug’ report is often the way I figure out there is no bug.”
An old CSS problem with some new-ish solutions.