A checklist for moving from one site to another.
Questions to interview potential candidates or to test yourself.
Research results according to eMarketer.
Cultivating co-ownership between design and development.
You can even make changes slowly over time.
Isometric views from artboards and rectangles in Sketch.
“Developers: Please take a piece of paper and write this 100 times slowly. ‘If it GOES somewhere use a link, if it DOES something use a button.’”
“You haven’t mastered a tool until you understand when it should not be used.”
“Hesitation can kill a good thing. Momentum is everything.”
The most trending testing strategies and tools.
A case study.
Useful additions to the popular design tool.
“2018 is going to be a great year for progressive web apps.”
“The more and more I advance in my career the more and more obvious it becomes that no one truly knows what they’re doing, at any level.”
Annotations for your multi-language/country site following Google’s specifications.
The new way to maximize SEO returns.
Ways to show your audience that you care.
The cognitive bias that leads us astray.
Improving your designs that don’t require any artistic talent.
Facebook’s new approach to make people aware of fake news.
Now you can make authenticated 3rd-party embeds work.
See where your website fits against your peers.
The winner is: none.
What to expect form the next era of the internet.
A review of learning resources and tools.
“The best gift you can get anyone in their 30s is to cancel a meeting they’ve been asked to attend. You will never forget the look of joy in their eyes.”
Identifying the users and their needs.
“What making bread has taught me about design systems: nothing. Sometimes it’s nice just to have a hobby.”
How they can help to protect your systems.
“It’s amazing how simple everything is when you have no idea what you’re talking about!”
What some of the most common design titles actually mean.
“Facebook is about making money by keeping us addicted to Facebook.”
Convert videos to high-quality GIFs on your Mac.
“Animation is 10% learning browser specs, animation libraries, and motion theory and 90% sitting around adjusting timing until my eyes bleed.”
How chaining works and when you can use it.
Facebook is driving less traffic to websites.
Why you shouldn’t use third party content you don’t trust.
Responsive components with modern web technologies.
Say hello to Prototyping in Sketch.
Why keywords should never be the primary performance metric.
New async rendering features that are coming this year.
Why your coolest scrolly features can cause problems.
A browser extension that lets you display the typographic styles of a text.
We can now change Vertical Rhythm at different viewports.
Takeaways from different designers and new discoveries.
The new world of content saturation and falling social shares.
“Leaders always underestimate how often they need to repeat things to keep everyone on the same page and motivated toward the same goals.”
There is something in there for advanced CSS users.
Creating documentation where ideas can grow quickly.
What kind of data does PayPal share with third parties?
What to expect from the new specification.
Europe’s data protection and privacy overhaul.
Here’s what we learned about voice search SEO.
“We need to stop calling things ‘smart’ devices. A more accurate name is a ‘surveillance device that also does something else.’”
What can bring our CSS into the 21st century.
The first developer preview of the newest version of Android.
The latest trends in landing pages for Software as a service.
What it’s like to be a remote worker in 2018.
Expert reviews as an alternative method to identify usability issues.
What it means to work with people across timezones.
Google’s work on standards to speed up the web.
Ways to make your debugging more productive.
A simple resource for finding and trying variable fonts.
The problem, the old workaround, the new magic solution, and beyond.
How to build relationships that can help your business.
Proof of Concept for Chrome and Firefox.
A business opportunity for the future-thinking designer.
Let’s work together to create the web we all want.
A modern guide to build links with many real-world examples.
Crafting words that help users enjoy your product.
Favorite technologies, job salaries/preferences of developers worldwide.
Service Workers outside the browser.
Let’s examine the way our products use illustrations.
“It’s time for visual design tools in the browser.”
The new Async Clipboard API is shipping in Chrome 66.
Stop websites from even asking to send notifications.
Trends and takeaways.