A collection of the best automation templates and tools.
Therapist: ‘And what do we do when we feel stressed?’ Me: ‘Redesign the landing page.’ Therapist: ‘No.’”
A product is more than the sum of its features.
Say goodbye to workarounds for big integers.
Chromium’s dominance could actually be acceptable.
What’s New in Sketch?
How to avoid common issues.
What you can expect in the new version.
The story of how web design became part of our lives.
Say hello to Smashing Magazine Print.
But organic visits from DuckDuckGo are up.
“Why would you ever spend a few minutes reading the documentation when you can spend a few hours randomly trying things?”
How you can use the Remote Development extensions.
Available with the launch of Android Q.
Image transparency is much more interesting than it seems.
Sometimes there are easier alternatives for users.
Laws and regulations for the web matters.
Why remote work is extremely misunderstood.
Look internet, no hands.
“One of my favorite interview questions: ’What’s something you know you need to get better at?’. It’s revealing.”
What to keep in mind when dealing with accessible technology.
What’s new in the web framework for building desktop apps.
Let’s check out some of the proposed features.
From redirects validation to a rankings drop analysis.
Better install experience for Progressive Web Apps, and more.
Google’s new feature has launched to open public beta.
New horizons for the collaborative interface design tool.
CSS scroll snapping, ::marker pseudo-element, and more.
Browse email inspiration, find email templates, discover great newsletters.
What Google’s new CAS model is all about.
“Stop networking, start making friends.”
Questions to ask yourself about your content.
How some people generate cash through ad fraud.
“border: 1px solid red; is the console.log of css.”
Web analytics in a privacy-focused way.
A great upgrade to the former Realtime Analytics report.
We can help each other to share more of our work.
Browser-level native lazy-loading is finally here.
Webflow is breaking out.
How it can help to make a webpage faster.
Chrome’s picker that allows users to access their contacts.
The latest web features in WebKit.
The latest stable Chromium is now being used.
Now 2.0, the platform for serverless deployments, gets even easier.
An API that lets you know when a page’s important content has loaded.
Results of a new eye-tracking study.
“The designer’s first and most essential task is choosing the correct problem to solve. Because if you get that wrong, every choice you make after that is irrelevant.”
Oil paints and watercolors are more realistic than ever.
How to make it easier to share content on personal websites.
“Everybody out there working on their portfolio, nobody working on their personality.”
“You can be friends with someone for decades, but you never really know a person until you’ve traveled with them.”
Google’s evolution from search engine to walled-garden.
Measuring apps and websites in Google Analytics at the same time.
Form submissions without writing a line of backend code.
What should be prevented by default by web browsers?
Guidelines to create designs that users can use right off the bat.
The story of how Dropbox Design migrated to Figma.
What you can do to minimize adverse effects.
New anti-tracking policy in Safari.
“User research isn’t for finding solutions. It’s for understanding problems.”
Let’s get even more things done on the web.
Experimental alternatives for Git checkout, and more.
“A community is measured not by its good actors but by the worst actors they tolerate.”
Where Gutenberg, the content editor, is heading to.
Easily share 360 pictures/videos on your website.
Better load performance than with classic bundling practices.
Comprehensive overview across the web.
Google’s proposal to protect privacy with new open standards.
We’re now building webs in a more flexible way.