Make sure that the SEO of your website is up-to-date.
Centralized vs. decentralized web sites.
Curated tools inspired by articles from the design community.
The proper names of all the different parts of letters.
ServiceWorkers can be used to create botnets.
Build powerful automations with just your spreadsheet skills.
“I don’t understand developers who say they don’t care about design and just want designers to hand them a spec. Bad design leads to bad code.”
Fake reviews in the U.S. can become expensive.
“You don’t hire talented people to tell them what to do. You hire talented people to tell you what to do.”
A breakdown of the process.
Get the full picture of how Google ‘sees’ your domain.
“I am suspicious of any successful person who refuses to admit that a significant factor in their success was luck.”
Why you might want to use it, and the state of browser support.
“If you are not annoying your boss, you are not doing your job.”
How your markup can be made available to assistive technologies.
Factors that contribute to this change.
Facebook weakens your privacy with a security feature.
Pros and cons of going remote.
“In software, slow is fast. Without proper quality process, you’ll spend more time putting out fires than building new value.”
What matters are the problems we solve for our customers.
Findings from public and private data sources.
Explore how feature policies can help protect your web site.
“Writing and refining copy is the most underrated part of product design.”
WebAuthn can sign you in with a fingerprint or security key.
A curated collection of tips, tricks, and best practices.
New easing options, available in Firefox 65+.
Get a quick impression of how profitable your startup will be.
An actionable basis for the beginner to intermediate SEO.
They have to be concrete, meaningful, integrated, and enforced.
User numbers goes down the second straight year.
You’ve likely heard these clichés before.
Learn from mistakes, or why 100+ startups have failed.
How you can already use it although it’s still experimental.
“Work From Home is overrated. Instead, I propose Work From IKEA. Go to IKEA when it’s absolutely dead during the week and join a video conference from a different mock room every hour until your team notices.”
It only supports Edge and Chrome.
What we must do to build a better web.
Best practices for dates on web pages.
It will change the way your social media works.
Chrome is experimenting with a new feature.
Better mobile web browsing when connectivity is poor.
A little tool to visualize WCAG’s formula for color contrast.
The Node.js Foundation and the JS Foundation have merged.
It’s going to be an interesting year.
Free file transfers without compromising your personal information.
“The thing you’re trying to build should be more exciting than the tools used to build it.”
A look at some high-profile cases of plagiarism.
Your site could be next on their list.
More search engines to choose from in Chrome.
“GDPR cookie warnings are getting ridiculous.”
“I think I’m going to start an email newsletter titled ‘Links I Wanted to Read But Didn’t’.”
Better take control of a faster experience yourself.
Skype for Web does not work in all major browsers.
Research and statistics.
Let’s work with multiple build targets.
“Until we measure what we value, we will over-value what we measure.”
A typographic system that’s optimized for guessability.
Let’s not build inaccessible experiences that ‘we’ll fix later.’
Colors that look and work great for everyone.
Easily make your own personal avatar.
Let’s compare the performance of Formula One websites.
Thoughts on the past, present, and future of web bundling.
A look at Google’s new continuation patent.
Autoplay blocking, Screen sharing, passwordless login, and more.
A quick list of important things.
Rapid inspection and visualization of third-parties on websites.
Facebook notifies countless users that their passwords were stored in plain text.
“The ability to break down a complex project into manageable chunks is a hugely underrated professional skill. Strange that so few people hire and evaluate for it.”
How you can improve yourself.
Google’s efforts to provide high quality search results.
What to do when requirements shift dramatically.
How you can already use CSS hyphenation today.
“You’ll probably never need Chrome again.”
“You’ll never be good at something if you never do it. You might suck when you start, but the only way up is through.”
A small change can have a huge effect.
Using Search Console’s URL Inspection tool.