Say hello to web design for foldable devices.
The Kindle tracks every interaction someone makes while reading.
The next level of streaming changes to HTML on the edge.
“Managing a remote team is not the same as managing a work from home team.”
Handpicked UI and UX design examples for your inspiration.
The meaning of the latest RFC of the Internet Architecture Board.
“In many different fields, outsiders overestimate the value of ideas and underestimate the difficulties of execution.”
Only 9% of searchers make it to the bottom of the first page.
A way to analyze mobile vs. desktop website search behavior.
Add a well-known URL for changing passwords.
User needs are changing quickly and we must keep up.
Google makes it easier to find licensable images.
The e-commerce giant can now begin testing customer deliveries.
How a blog post became an accidental success story.
What to consider when using animations on product pages.
More than meets the eye: debunking of the display typefaces.
The practice of building UIs with modular components.
New in Chrome: ‘:focus-visible’ and Quick Focus Highlight.
It‘s now very easy to customize list bullets and numbers.
A collection of handpicked blog feeds focused on design.
Actionable tips and advice.
Wondering why advertisers haven’t just worked around ad blockers.
“Sketches are for thinking. Comps are for selling. Prototypes are for validating. Specs are for building. Experiments are for proving. Launches are for adoption. Features are for learning.”
A plan of attack for small businesses without an in-house marketer.
Lighthouse, new test locations, new PRO plans, etc.
Using newer HTML and CSS features for responsive designs.
Animated SVG icon library packaged in an easy to use icon editor.
Common color mistakes and how to avoid them.
“I am a professional web designer, which just means I have memorized fifteen different programs’ wildly inconsistent keyboard commands for ‘move this layer to the back’.”
“Good designers are interdisciplinary thinkers who care about things like social issues, cultural issues, and the world in which their design gets applied.”
What if all browsers switched to a single engine?
Let’s minimize user frustration due to connectivity.
An example on how far we can push the styles of HTML elements.
How online ad tracking really works.
It’s a mental challenge to make this stuff work.
This should come as no surprise to most of you.
How to use the new image format, and how it compares to others.
Illustrations explaining SEO terminology and concepts.
Ways to add usability and elegance to interactions.
What email developers use: HTML, CSS, At-rules, and more.
Master the basics of the perspective property in CSS.
“The less you’ve built, the more you’re inclined to critique what’s been built by others.”
“Every story of yourself in the future is a form of fiction. But if it aligns with where you want to go, it’s called a vision.”
A collection of ready-to-use recipes for CSS box-shadow.
Don’t overthink UX return-on-investment calculations.
A map through the terrain of cloud native technologies.
Make your own virtual reality headset for $200.
Stark introduces a sibling to its Colorblind Simulator.
“The modern web dev is an extreme overreaction to not liking some php.”
The relationship between search volume and rewrite rate.
Performance tuning for responsive images.
A new CSS property simplifies to build color-schemed UIs.
Feel like you’re working at the office, not from remote.
A new API is ready to be tried out in Chrome.
Date and time operations are more complex than you think.
When full-stack developers maintain the CSS framework.
Microsoft prepares the browser for a new form factor.
Beware of false assumptions about these media features.
Inspirations to develop your own competitor SEO strategy.
You start with three tools, but then you grapple with twenty.
The popular performance tool will be enhanced but remains free.
What’s new, what’s missing, new challenges and new abilities.
Now you can run your entire GitHub workflow from the terminal.
However, it won’t affect the crawling budget and indexing of your site.
Figma’s new features bring design and code closer together.
The impact of the changes on analytics and digital marketing.
Now you can choose any default browser on iPhones and iPads.
“Designers obsess over colors, shapes, grids, typography. But getting better at writing is the fastest way to become a better designer.”
The CDN starts to use the Wayback Machine.
The power of the VSCode Debug Visualizer extension.
“Are you working on side projects or do you have kids?”
Delight users and create memorable experiences with buttons.
What has changed and what you can do about it.
What can go wrong and how you can fix it.
An effort to remove unnecessary references to slavery.