Test key factors of your logo like scalability, silhouette, and balance.
A social network off the grid, open source and community owned.
The future of referral traffic looks grim.
Optimal image sizes for popular social media networks.
Advantages and drawbacks of different techniques.
Patterns and best practices to establish a subtle motion style.
Ways to get real user insights out of the report.
“It’s common to have vision; it’s rare to have plans.”
Cloudflare promises always-fair pricing.
What’s broken in HTML fieldset and what to do about it.
How to get design teams to adhere to a style guide.
Be in control of how your browser looks, feels and works.
Let’s help web developers to get a seat at the W3C table.
The site that goes off-line during bad weather periods.
Relaunch of the blog of InVision, the popular digital design platform.
Solid, an open project to reshape the web as we know it.
The web inventor wants to reinvent the web.
“It’s usually easier to change the non-human parts of the system than it is to change human behavior.”
You can use the HTML dialog element to simplify pop-ups and modals.
The Internet Archive makes Wikipedia more reliable.
Say hello to the Fake Followers Audit.
Is your website ready for Google’s mobile first indexing?
The Google News Initiative launched the beta version.
“Modular CSS is predictable, maintainable, and performant.”
Mozilla’s mobile browser keeps getting better.
Pros and cons of Framer X’s prototyping abilities.
“I used to trust some of Google’s products, like Chrome. I increasingly don’t.”
We can replace modal dialogs with less jarring patterns.
Windows 10 will soon mirror Android apps.
New developments for the free video codec AV1.
Practical approaches for making your website accessible to everyone.
What should we use Flexbox for, and what it is not so good at?
How to destroy your website in search with 4 easy steps.
Know what everything really means.
The top 15 web design trends according to 40 experts.
“Every designer should learn the fundamentals of psychology.”
“When evaluating code remember you are viewing someone’s compromises not their plans. Assume good intent.”
How CSS Grid can help implement a horizontal scrolling component.
You can expect other browsers to do the same soon.
The company brings a camera and microphone into living rooms.
Over the next 10 months.
The perfect countdown timer for your launch or your deadline.
Let’s make performance part of project goals from the start.
You should migrate away as soon as possible.
“A framework doesn’t make your site fast. You do that.”
A tool for visualizing Execution Context, Hoisting, Closures, and Scopes.
On-demand, expert readers for feedback on your unpublished work.
“After almost 20 years of explaining websites don’t need to look the same in all browsers I think I’m done. You have the ability to make progressively enhanced websites, more so than ever before.”
How you can make your content more accessible.
Decomposing features to master change up the chain.
“The danger of competitors, for a good startup, is not that they’ll take your users, but that you’ll do dumb things out of fear of them.”
Now Apple’s Safari is the only major holdout.
A visual generator to build organic looking shapes.
Why it’s better to show users only what they need.
“Software engineering is 90% software engineering and 10% complaining about software engineering.”
Startup accelerator designed for bootstrappers.
Five strategies for pushing through.
The ticking PHP 5.6.x time bomb.
“If you work with other people, writing is a skill that helps you every day.”
Every byte of a TLS connection explained and reproduced.
“Your desire to succeed doesn’t have to prevent you from celebrating other people’s successes.”
Everything you need to know.
Dribbble’s new suite of integrations with leading design tools.
How to leverage other people’s content.
“Don’t be data-driven. Be data-informed. Metrics should never be in charge because they have no moral compass.”
Case studies where data pillaging turned into data capitalisation.
“Design artifacts are unimportant. What matters is the product itself.”
Desktop and mobile, ready for you to customize.
“If coding doesn’t feel like painting or passionate creative writing, you have at least another level to master before calling yourself a programmer.”
Adobe consolidates all Typekit plans into one streamlined service.
GitHub makes it easier to apply review feedback to your code.
“I wish we could require anyone dispensing business advice to publish their revenue and profitability numbers.”
“I spend so much of my time trying to make complicated things more simple. It looks really simple but it’s actually kind of complicated.”
Visual code editor for designing digital products without writing code.
“A whole new way of thinking about how we deal with infrastructure.”
“If you think someone’s work is good, and important, tell them! It really can make a surprisingly large difference.”
Myths vs. realities of Google, Bing, Amazon, Facebook, DuckDuckGo, and more.
Preventing attackers from exploring your browsing history.
Debugging in Google Chrome.