Simplicity in design can hurt UX if you go too far.
Security Headers, the security scanning tool, gets an update.
CSS ‘content-visibility’ can speed up your page’s initial load.
Today, over 40% of sites pass all of Google’s UX metrics.
A reflection in dialogue with the ideas of a pedagogue.
Third-party cookie phaseout, improved animation debugging, and more.
What has changed in the spec and from Chrome 120.
Ways to make data entries more user-friendly and painless.
Practical advice for crafting and publishing your own book.
“Use ChatGPT for RegEx stuff. Nobody understands how this works anyway.”
“It feels like web components are having a moment right now.”
How the tool simplifies your cross-device design process.
How the shifting work context have impacted designers.
They can be harmful when misunderstood or misused.
Some practical tips for multilingual web accessibility.
How people with disabilities interact with the web.
Design guidelines for a website’s cookie-permission request.
“The CSS Flexbox ‘gap’ property is pretty cool.”
The challenge of implementing accessible animation principles.
Developers can go far to hinder you from code inspection.
“On the web, augmentation wins in the long run.”
An introduction to the world of object-oriented UX.
Simple Web Components with just the regular old DOM.
How to explore the causes of browser and renderer crashes.
Opportunities to get the endorsement from stakeholders.
How to translate visual information into HTML landmarks.
A unique design crafted with the latest CSS features.
Things to weigh before kicking off a major redesign project.
When scope creep is right around the corner.
Google experiments with search results users can follow or comment on.
The challenge of making AI-generated code accessible.
An alternative to user research projects gains momentum.
The accessibility challenges with exclusive accordions.
When and how to use breadcrumbs in mobile design.
Can AI categorize and tag over 1,000 blog posts?
“Resignation regarding new browser features is outdated.”
What to expect from the fresh take on Web Components.
“The more we’ve fetishized building websites quickly, the more they’ve all started to look exactly the same.”
“The web is a gift that merits being protected, preserved, and promoted.”
Take a look at these images and tell which are ‘fake.'
A showcase of the incredible capabilities of the modern web.
tldraw now turns drawings into functional web apps.
The answer is familiar but uncomfortable: it depends.
Lessons learned from building open-source Web Components.
The social network prioritizes user community over growth.
An antitrust testimony shed light on how Google Search works.
The ideal design becomes only apparent in hindsight.
We all know accessibility is critical, but where to start?
What they are and where they may replace Media Queries.
Google now offers a third-party cookie deprecation trial.
Lessons learned from using modern web frameworks.
With great power comes great responsibility.
A tiny design system styled with modern CSS in black & white.
Insights into developers’ technologies, lifestyles, and interests.
CSS Grid may be more complex than you think.
Ways to surface AI assistance in digital applications.
Handpicked e-commerce inspirations with handy filter options.
“Internal linking is a goldmine to beat your competitors.”
A handy way to explore accessibility issues right in the browser.
A searchable and filterable gallery of patterns and textures.
A guide to perceived performance and less painful waits.
Mozilla’s browser introduces another privacy-first feature.
An HTML ‘select’ with progressively enhanced interactivity.
Things you can try out with just a text prompt.
A walk through the possible causes and potential solutions.
“A method that always works for any design and color.”
Typing of class constants, deep-cloning of readonly properties, and more.
Why URL design matters and how you can do it.
“Accessibility shouldn’t just be about having equal access.”
When a dancing baby GIF was cutting edge.
“Folks, you may find it hard to believe, but the reality is: the vast majority of the web runs on PHP, MySQL, and jQuery.”
An introduction to the rebellious take on Flat Design.
Are you confused about how Git branches work? Read on.
We were told that it would never happen, but it will.
Stability AI brings its first foundation model for generative video.
A study has revealed the key components of an AI prompt.
Current developments and opportunities in the UX industry.
What’s possible today that wasn’t one year ago.
HTML video/audio can be delivered using media queries again.
Or how could we handle pressure to use dark patterns?
How to build a blockquote that starts with a curly-quote.
They can deliver a uniform interface across frameworks.
It’s time to switch from hsl() to oklch() for color palettes.
Debug issues and check custom widgets for accessibility.
Results of a survey run at Brighton SEO conference.
“SVG filters are some of the most underrated front-end tech. They are ridiculously powerful.”
A key aspect of web accessibility is often misunderstood.
Amazon launches a generative AI-powered work assistant.