How Shadow DOM and accessibility are in conflict
The current situation and what needs to happen next.
The current situation and what needs to happen next.
“Remember: Underscores in URLs are trashy. Hyphens are classy.”
The World Wide Web Consortium is modernizing its website.
Responsive images conflict with Container Queries. Can JPEG-XL help?
An open-source design platform made for designers and developers alike.
What’s behind the recent buzz around the term “Signals”?
Google Search is changing faster than ever.
Already setup Google Analytics 4? Avoid automigration by opting out.
What to expect from the latest version of the trending design tool.
Developers can now integrate both language models into products.
What if you want to hide something visually, but still expose it to assistive technologies?
A collection of typefaces that are available under a variety of free licenses.
“Walking around and thinking about a problem is underrated. It can be much more productive than sitting in front of a computer and typing code. Coding is easy once you’ve figured out what to code.”
“Attention is the key to creating successful websites and apps.”
How CSS anchor positioning enhances web UI controls.
CSS Headline Balancing, proposed a decade ago, is coming to Chrome.
A panoramic view of the current UX design trends and how they have evolved.
An interactive journey into noise-based vector field methods.
“If-statements show a lack of conviction. Your code should execute all the time.”
Find design inspiration in this catalog’s handy categories.
An AI search engine for developers with instant answers and code snippets.
“Google’s Blink for iOS project is already making significant progress.”
Create color systems with consistent lightness and contrast.
A Chromium-based browser built to run in a terminal.
What RSS is, how to use it, and why it is important.
Why it seems hasty to dismiss JPEG XL as an option.
An AI-powered web tool to remove image backgrounds in seconds.
A private photo editor that lives in your browser.
“There are two types of designers. The one that complains about not having a seat at the table. The one that doesn’t want to join the meetings. And it’s both the same designer.”
Calculate the sine, cosine, tangent, and more in CSS.
View Transitions API, CSS Color Level 4, new color devtools.
The popular search engine starts to provide instant Wikipedia answers.
Insights on online reading behaviors and tips for creating accessible text.
A new CSS declaration promises to stop typographic widows virtually.
Key features and benefits of the top build tools for web development.
CSS can make long-form content look wonderful, even for non-designers.
The present and future of a much-requested feature from developers.
Easily create and share interactive charts on the internet.
Learn how to create a cross-platform web app with a native look and feel.
“If you’re overthinking, write. If you’re underthinking, read.”
A web app to design and implement custom CSS scrollbars.
An AI-powered online tool to transform code across languages and frameworks.
Guidance, inspiration, resources, and tools for typography enthusiasts.
Design practices for creating a user-friendly search on websites.
How you can avoid writing two different sets of CSS.
The fastest fonts available: no downloading, no layout shifts, no flashes.
Let’s build a web component that enriches a regular HTML table.
Toolbelt worthy, powerful, and stable CSS you can use today.
How to create perfectly sized rounded corners inside/outside a UI element.
“Anchor positioning might be one of the most exciting features coming to CSS.”
“‘Great content will promote itself’ is really just a story we tell ourselves so we don’t have to invest any time in promotion.”
Simplified configuration, expanded JSDoc functionality, decorators, and more.
What cutting-edge artificial intelligence is capable of in web design.
Teaching new users how to use a product’s interface is not enough.
What it is, how to measure it, and what to do with your new insights.
“We need to stop treating ‘okay design’ like it’s ‘bad design.’ There’s a big difference between ‘could be better’ and ‘this is unusable,’ and it benefits nobody.”
“ChatGPT is really good at pretending it can access the internet, inventing entire articles.”
Despite their high usage, npm scripts are not well optimized.
What digital design and blueberry muffins have in common.
“If your site has a favicon when you launch, you launched too late.”
Things are going to change, but not in the scary way people are saying.
The advice ‘describe what you see’ may seem simple, but it’s not.
The similarities between the world of architecture and the world of digital design.
A family of creative, generative AI models coming to Adobe products.
Google's AI collaborator can boost your productivity and bring your ideas to life.
Bing Image Creator comes to Microsoft’s AI-powered search engine.
A video course to learn everything you need to know about MySQL.
GitHub Copilot adopts GPT-4, brings chat and voice interfaces, and more.
UI design is easier with logical rules and guidelines.
Do we need to standardize the visually hidden CSS ruleset?
The current state of web fingerprinting and how to protect yourself.
“Good freelance is 50% talent, 50% people skills.”
Developers can now build plugins for the popular AI chatbot.
How browsers determine when a focus outline is necessary.
A CSS proposal to get direct control over widows in text blocks.
“A pivot in strategy from Apple could open up so many doors to a healthier web.”
GitHub resecures its Git operations as a precaution. Are you affected?
What to expect from HTML’s new grouping content element.
“We’re about to enter a world where we will have no way to know if any image or video is real or not. And we seem to have no plan for how to deal with that.”
The problem with most interactive widgets powered exclusively with CSS.
How we can offer diverse ways of consuming regular content.
Flash is back on the web – with a Rust-based Flash Player.
Apple’s most gigantic WebKit release yet, including PWA features!
We’re rapidly entering the age of TL;DW (Too Long; Didn’t Write).
However, the innovative Browser Company won’t replace Safari on iOS/iPadOS yet.
Ways to deal with an unwanted byproduct in design systems.
Finally, you can deliver timely and valuable notifications to your web users.
Importing ES modules becomes a lot better.
A complete guide on how to design delightful data tables.
Easily translate SQL commands into natural language and vice versa.
How far design systems have come and where they are heading.
How to enable live previews inside of the popular code editor.
The power of AI is coming to the 3rd dimension, objects, animations, and scenes.
A walkthrough of the steps involved in the interview process.
Just README files with links to various malicious websites.
An all-purpose, ready-to-use design system for your website.
Considerations for planning design workshops with people in mind.