Fantasy CSS that has the potential to be real someday.
“In the end, the best ”social network” turned out to be small group chats with close friends.”
Experiments with favicon placements will continue.
Safari is about to support responsive containers through ResizeObserver.
What to keep in mind when writing to meet WCAG2 standards.
“One of the greatest gifts you can give someone you’re emailing is the ending: (no reply needed).”
Snippets you can use in many projects.
“Great designers are never satisfied with anything. That’s their biggest asset and their most annoying feature.”
Plus the revert property that is coming soon.
How it works and what’s next.
There’s no free lunch.
Microsoft was once far ahead with its web browser.
How to make SVG assets smaller in a straightforward way.
Make webs blazingly fast by turning them offline-first.
Migration from WordPress to JAMstack.
The headless browser now supports official Firefox binaries.
“No design tool solves the need for proper communication. It’s an underestimated design skill.”
Fold illusion with endless possibilities.
Ways to hide pages from Google Search results.
What’s coming in Sketch Cloud.
Product Hunt’s celebration of awesome products and makers.
Let’s move forward to a more up-to-date web.
Visualization of the most used colors of 50 famous artists.
Why it makes no sense to try to please every reader.
The dangers of weaponization of ‘privacy rights’.
Responsive SVG charts generated with Node.js.
Better road coverage and more precise addresses.
The ‘Amazon Web Services’ era has arrived for financial services.
Get out of the downward spiral of poorly-designed products.
Chrome’s new secure-by-default cookie classification system.
Increase your influence as designer by creating more business value.
What they have to say.
What to keep in mind when creating high-quality icons.
DevTools are now localized in 10 languages.
Search the API without needing any coding knowledge.
The SEO world is more challenging than ever.
Let’s block http downloads from https web pages.
Things have gotten a lot easier.
“More designers should be founders—the quickest way to get a seat at the table is to build the table.”
Ways to style bullets and counters.
A fresh way to explore your Google Search Console data.
A roadmap for folks getting into the browser space.
Issue finder and performance monitoring for your review snippets.
Variations for an article page header without HTML changes.
Secure, short URL’s, go/ links, only accessible by your team.
Tell browser vendors what they should build and fix.
Product thinking in a different way.
A new resource for the performance community.
Ways to load frontend apps faster and deliver a great UX.
How users engage with notification prompts across the web.
Do’s and don’ts.
Let’s try to find a basic solution for the screen size problem.
Native image lazy-loading has been merged into the HTML standard.
Remote workers from around the world about their experiences.
“‘If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.’ You can do so much with a great team.”
You can already try out the last version before the v1 release.
Browsers can do so much more for front-end developers.
Firefox extension that helps to improve the quality of your websites.
Where the future of content is moving towards.
“If you want a fast site, test on slow hardware. Regularly.”
A talk with the creative director at type foundry Dalton Maag.
The new online reality companies are facing.
The art and science of writing a great title tag.
Check and audit your Google Analytics implementation.
A new approach to colors with new opportunities.
Confessions of a publisher on the death of third-party cookies.
A much improved toolset for SEOs and webmasters.