Essential items to achieve the highest performance score.
Efficient debugging with little-known power features.
A guide to remote working and how to get started.
A viable alternative to its native app.
“Everyone writing code in your organization is a designer, insofar as they’re constantly making decisions that directly impact the user, in ways that were never explicitly defined by a ‘designer’.”
Create animated terminal presentations (SVG, animated GIF, HTML/CSS).
“What design leaders say they want: ‘A seat at the table.’ What they get: A lot more meetings.”
“The best way to teach someone is to give them the necessary tools, a real project, and a deadline. Without a real project, the lessons won’t stick, and without a deadline, they won’t feel the urgency to learn.”
Record your terminal sessions and generate animated gif images.
“If you are spending a lot of your time learning while you code — while someone is paying you — then you are doing it right. You don’t need to learn it all ahead of time and show up to work already knowing.”
A checklist to identify the cause of your site’s search traffic loss.
“There are two types of organizations: 1) Those that are investing in design and value it, 2) Those that will wish they invested more in design and valued it.”
A passwordless experience on the web.
What’s new in Microsoft’s open-source programming language.
A new world of possibilities for web developers.
“Something I wish I’d learned earlier in my career: The way companies run their recruiting process is a strong indicator for what it’s like to work there.”
Because Firefox is now more than a web browser.
What you can do to speed up things.
The hidden benefits of a progressive approach.
“The secret to managing an out-of-control amount of browser tabs is to just open another browser window.”
What to expect from the app.
Psychological principles and examples to elevate your digital products.
How styled form controls fare with screen readers.
What a web more fully in users’ control could look like.
An activity dashboard, a daily reminder, and more.
“SEO isn’t going away anytime soon.”
Many small changes can lead to big performance gains.
Podcast hosting and analytics for creatives, brands, professionals.
Untapped strategies and advanced tips.
Let’s play with new CSS features in our browsers.
“Web: ‘We noticed you’re using an Ad blocker.’ Me: ‘I noticed you’re using 32 tracking services.’”
It has nothing to do with its retail business.
Chrome 69 ships the core functionality of the specification.
“Instead of a hackathon, try a sleepathon. You’ll be better off.”
“When prototyping, always try wackier/quirkier stuff first. The deeper you get into a project, the more conservative it tends to get.”
A look at upcoming features and proposals for the web standard.
Why isn’t everyone building these things?
“There’s a big difference between being demanding and being demeaning. Great leaders don’t undermine people, they elevate them.”
“One of the most value-add things a leader can do is stop conversations as soon as there are diminishing returns.”
A growing collection of microinteractions and patterns.
A complete list of the many features in Chrome 69.
How to customize visuals for your social platforms.
Google launches Android P, and its official name is Android Pie.
What to take into account.
Many examples of dark design techniques.
A side effect of https and what to do about it.
Tips from top marketers in the industry.
Let’s find a definition.
Instapaper relaunches its Premium offer and resumes its EU service.
Key findings of the study.
Discover open source projects your organization is using that need funding.
Popular and lesser known marketing tools.
It’s not easy, but the results are worth it.
“Unpopular opinion: Multiple apps using the same UI patterns isn’t boring, it’s helpful.”
Let’s make websites look awesome in reading mode.
“Every person carries around a device with access to the totality of human knowledge and yet people are constantly wrong about everything.”
What’s new in the standard build toolchain for Vue applications.
A look into the future of video and streaming on the web.
“We should all give each other more room to make mistakes.”
“Websites these days, it’s no wonder nobody uses them on mobile.”
“Good designers want to fully understand the problem before they start solving it. Great designers realize you can’t know everything and are comfortable with high levels of ambiguity.”
Specification changes might affect your websites.
Talk video, talk slides, and extra links and resources.
“Given how straight-forward HTML is, it’s quite surprising how many front-end developers don’t know its fundamentals. Don’t skip on learning HTML if you work on web UIs, folks!”
The power of the HSL color format and the CSS hsl() function.
Let’s take a look at negative and positive factors of a web site.
Two months after GDPR took effect.
The challenge of turning ideas into reality.
Grid layout and older browsers.
Because Flex cannot be really explained by text or static images.
“The benefits of progressive enhancement are incredible.”
“The best Product Managers are humble and vulnerable. When they don’t know they say ‘I don’t know’. They never bullshit people pretending they know. Not even a little bit.”
Differences and recommendations.
“Back at work today after 2 weeks off. Do I need to replace all my design tools?”
New units, new notations, and more.
Browsers might soon support lazy loading directly.
Insights about the trend of digital nomads and remote working.
“In the same way that sound isn’t music, traffic isn’t audience.”
“Rest, a lot. That’s when ideas come. Read a lot, eclectically, about everything that interests you. That’s where ideas come from. And wear groovy shirts.”