Find slow pages on your site or compare your site with those of your competitors.
“I like sending direct messages to someone I’m in a group video chat with and seeing their face as they react. This is the hidden joy of remote work.”
What to do if someone says it to you, or if you’re the one saying it.
GitHub’s AI-powered auto-complete raises some questions.
“This is your regular reminder that staring at numeric data collected by computers is not ‘the voice of the customer.’ If you’re not actually listening to real customers, you’re not hearing their voice.”
“A design system doesn't need 300 people involved right out of the gate. Give a small, smart, and scrappy team the time, resources, and autonomy to get things properly set up. Things will grow over time, but start small.”
The new headers allow sites to protect themselves from cross-site attacks.
Submit your SVG logo or icon to get a modern favicon.
The power of the functional pseudo selectors :is() and :where().
Generate an SVG path from some words or characters in a Google Font.
A collection of 60+ background scenes from around the globe.
“‘Is it a site or is it an app?’ has the same energy as ‘is a hot dog a sandwich?’”
“Writing is just sprinkling em dashes between phrases until you die.”
A creative workspace with a daily planner, tasks, notes, and whiteboards.
Design pitfalls to be aware of when you want to improve your homepage.
Ways to compare the original designs to the HTML/CSS result.
A deep dive into the privacy war raging within the W3C.
An introduction to one of the hot new frameworks on the scene.
Twitter is winding down its disappearing tweets feature due to low usage.
HTML validation, robots.txt support, RTL emulation and more.
A new environment for prototyping and building UIs and apps.
Beginning in M94, Chrome will offer HTTPS-First Mode.
Microsoft celebrates the diversity of expressions in its new emoji system.
Understand Facebook advertising costs and save on your budget.
Why lazy-loading of images above the fold is a bad idea.
Advanced CSS gradient editor with many examples for your inspiration.
How Apple, Facebook, and Google broke the mobile browser market.
Get a user avatar based on username, email or domain across multiple services.
How can we create services for situations we can’t imagine?
A look at what the next emoji update might bring.
Get ready for enums, array unpacking with string keys, and more.
Make your head spin and read the web like Right-to-Left readers do.
“‘You’re doing it all wrong,’ said someone doing nothing at all.”
What if you have to hire a frontend developer and only one question?
Online service to make sure your website works with assistive technology.
Better control of the Search history saved to your Google Account.
“It says a lot whether your reaction to someone saying your product sucks is getting defensive or trying to understand what's wrong so you can fix it.”
Make product design tools that automate parts of your design process.
Learning to learn matters, especially for web developers.
“I have this theory that in the distant future, social media will grow so extreme, that only marketing departments and mad people will engage in it. The rest has opted out, living life like it was pre-social media.”
The potential of the coming CSS Scroll-linked Animations specification.
Please stop using red and green together.
A collection of ethereal hand motions for your real-world designs.
A regular newsletter about Figma, the popular interface design tool.
The HTML section element and its practical use for accessibility.
A resource for those interested in web and interactive design.
How other folks are making their design systems successful.
Template editor, manage widgets with blocks, and many other improvements.
Compare yourself to 250+ product leaders at top companies.
“Desktop websites should just be 3 mobile websites in a trench coat.”
“Just because you know what you’re doing doesn’t mean you’ll make a profit.“
“Just because you’re making a profit doesn’t mean you know what you’re doing.”
Framer’s new home for community-created interactive designs and prototypes.
A visual display of all the powerful options Google Analytics offers.
If you debug with Edge, you also get DevTools in your editor.
The past, present, and future of the Internet Archive.
“The more we invest in UX research, the easier and better everything else gets when trying to deliver well-designed products and services. We burn so many wasted calories compensating for no or poor research.”
What to look for in order to understand what happened.
What to expect from GitHub’s AI pair programmer.
DuckDuckGo’s way to block email trackers and hide your address.
An approach to standardizing common pattern matching use cases.
Mozilla completely removes the non-secure FTP protocol in its browser.
Do quick-fix solutions for accessibility like accessiBe really work?
Make sure you get UI tips from reputable sources.
Firefox, Safari, and Chrome have improved their browser compatibility score.
What RSS is, how it works, and how you get started.
A collection of HTML snippets for a variety of common scenarios.
Let’s map a path forward towards a healthier digital ecosystem.
A collection of open source alternatives to popular business tools.
The challenge of making things people will buy.
Small helpers to check for accessibility issues on a web page.
A new way to interact with tweets you do or don’t like.
What to do if you use affiliate links or sponsored/guest posts.
The latest trends on tools, technologies, and programming languages.
Simple visualization types don’t need to be boring.
Google Analytics vs Umami (with a reverse proxy).
“If working with people remotely is too difficult then you’re either doing it wrong or you’re a micro-manger, not a leader. Remote collaboration is more than possible with the right tools, clear communication, and inspiration.”
The challenge and the pros and cons of different solutions.
“Building for accessibility from the start is easy and cheap. Fixing it later is complicated and expensive. Be smart. Do it from the start.”
The popular no-code web design platform empowers collaboration.
The W3C moved the spec from a proposal to a work-in-progress module.
Responsive partial hydration has landed in the modern static site builder.
Why the annoyance with Safari gets deeper and more nuanced.
Why it’s hard to support Safari in every web project.
How to detect support for media queries regardless of if they are turned on.
How the accessibility overlay tracks your browser activity.
Browsers aren’t ready, but there are workarounds.
Does Apple’s browser approach make the web worse for everybody?
“All design debt is technical debt. All technical debt is design debt. There is no difference.”
“Trends fade. Fundamentals do not. I see so many designers that can design really pretty stuff, but when you break it down, it’s missing basic fundamentals and is an absolute mess. Work on fundamentals too y’all.”