How to build a basic dark mode with CSS custom properties.
“How to become a better designer: Be a better person.”
Google’s answers to questions about Core Web Vitals and Search.
Proof of concept for a color mixer interface.
The largest, centralized accessibility resource on the web.
Good replacements for some of the most popular paid fonts.
Wide support for web frameworks, packaging tools, and bundlers.
Things can break, but modern CSS provides solutions.
They will transform UI design, just like media queries did.
The many ways to look at design from unusual perspectives.
Optimize cookie notices for performance and usability.
A guide to get you going quickly, and in the right direction.
Voice channels from Slack, Spotify, Facebook, Instagram, and Discord.
Private file sharing with end-to-end encryption and link expiration.
How to identify and fix real-user issues with analytics.
“Designers who credit the other designers and people who worked on projects in their portfolios: I see you and I appreciate you.”
Non-fungible tokens for artists: how it’s started and how it’s going.
Posted on a hacking forum for free.
What it means for users and web site owners.
Ways to make an already bad situation even worse.
The end of a long and storied internet era.
What to ask when picking accessible front-end components.
A series to help you level up your debugging game.
The way a team uses metrics is fundamental to its success.
The first monetization feature for creators on Clubhouse.
How browsers work: build your own basic but complete web browser.
Neeva comes with new features that set it apart.
Automated web performance testing for anyone.
Content publishing as if your website is a native app.
“So many people only ever experience bloated, unwieldy SVG markup out of a graphics editor and don’t realise how clear, simple and useful it can be when hand-coded by real humans.”
A tool to identify disturbing layout shifts on web pages.
Real-world exercises to train yourself in crucial UX skills/tools.
Search Console’s Performance reports continue to get more useful.
“Feed browsers mostly HTML & CSS and they will work magic for you. Feed browsers mostly JS, and you’re going against the grain. Polish doesn’t take easily when you cut that way.”
Thought process and tools to identify and fix layout shifts on web pages.
Collateral damages of over-simplifications in design.
“Don’t ask for advice before you get started, ask for feedback once you have.”
Many e-commerce sites still have severe mobile UX issues.
A detailed evaluation of esbuild, Snowpack, Vit, and wmr.
A modern basic structure of a HTML document with explanations.
Languages, platforms, and systems that break from the norms of computing.
Demographic differences in U.S. users of the top social networks.
CSS accessibility tweaks for users across any device.
“A genuine problem in tech is that we’ve created a culture where people switch jobs too often to experience the consequences of their product and technical decisions let alone have to fix them.”
Visual Studio Code extension to create guided code walkthroughs.
“The best designers I’ve worked with go rogue at least 10% of the time in every project, and that’s how the product ends up better than anyone expected.”
“I have a lot of opinions about code. Well, I’ll go into management. At least I’ll probably have less opinions about that. Me, several years later: Oh no.”
Your thoughts deserve their own plot of virtual land.
“Design agencies are just three freelancers in a trench coat.”
1.3 million scraped user records leaked online for free.
The term ‘remote work’ is a trap, but we can escape from it.
The Brave browser will not support Google’s cookie alternative.
A JAMstack platform to rapidly build and deploy websites.
First insights about Google’s new form of ad targeting.
“As a courtesy to others on the website, please remember to click the Read Less button after you are finished reading more.”
How you will achieve more powerful components and layouts.
Let’s demonstrate how strong typing in CSS keeps the guardrails.
First impressions of Google’s upcoming change to the CLS metric.
Useful tools outside of closed ecosystems or walled gardens.
How they happen and how you can fix them.
Third-party cookies are going away. What do we do now?
Find out if you are part of Google’s ad-tech experiment.
Insights to optimize your campaigns and landing pages.
“Great designers are great listeners.”
A visual grid inspector is coming to Safari.
A curated list of 58 articles.
A toolkit to help people make more accessible data visualizations.
Now you can explore our planet in 4D with Timelapse.
Automatically add image width and height to images.
Get ready for the new HTTP version in Firefox.
Numbers from more than 600 people in 38 industries and worldwide.
The well-known journal on IA is back, with a few long-awaited changes.
“Software engineering is just as much about people as it is about code. Empathy matters tremendously.”
Plain HTML autocomplete input, supported by all modern browsers.
We all know responsive images, but responsive image content?
DevTool features can save you hours of coding effort.
“Never underestimate your odds of building something that gets noticed. If you’re willing to be more obsessed with the problem than anyone else on the entire planet, your odds are honestly pretty close to 100%.”
Google Search’s new ranking signal goes live this summer.
GitHub introduces a new badge for Mars 2020 Helicopter contributors.
A cheatsheet with 22 elements to think about.
“The more I learn about the power of exciting new frameworks, the more I marvel at the genius of basic HTML.”
Now you can get the prototyping tool right on your desktop.
What CLS is and measures, how you can see and fix it.
“The best writing advice I ever received was ‘always write for a specific, real-life person’. Your writing will be clearer, more authentic, and easier too.”