Serifs, scripts, revivals, experiments, and a DIY typeface.
What to keep in mind when running a community.
This issue of the UX magazine focuses on communication and teamwork.
A couple of solutions to revert an animation on hover.
What changed on the internet throughout this past year.
“Mini-product experiences” can be a game-changer.
“Becoming a good engineer is about collecting experience. Each project, even small ones, is a chance to add new techniques and tools to your toolbox.”
A fast text wrap balancer for multi-line headlines on the web.
Too much talking on which tool, too little on who’s using it.
User research doesn’t have to be that hard.
“The number one rule for those creating anything worthwhile: it will take significantly longer than you think.”
What the upcoming CSS color notation is all about.
“It’s great to see Safari leading the way on new CSS features.”
A high level philosophy on how to build optimal software.
What to expect from Jamstack development next year.
Tubik’s annual review of design trends.
The most read UX articles 2021 from the Nielsen Norman Group.
Outlook from a developer perspective.
What trends shape organic growth and customer acquisition next year?
“Data is just the past pretending to know the future.”
“If you’re a maker of the web, consider your New Year’s resolution to be making usable, accessible, performant sites/applications.”
“If you’re making New Year resolutions, let ‘Publish my content on my own site’ be one of them? And ‘Provide an RSS feed for my blog/content’ be another?”
The creative technologist’s anything but ordinary personal website.
It cycles snowflakes from seeds to their final state, thanks to WebGL.
Generate CSS font size variables for a fluid type scale.
Visualization of popular movies as color timelines.
“If there’s one rule to live and die by in copywriting, it’s to always center what matters to the customer, not you.”
What if SQLite would do just fine for your next web project?
Make your web content more accessible to individuals with disabilities.
A dissection of the toggle, checkbox, radio button, and related components.
Short reviews of a bunch of articles covering product design.
“API design is product design.”
Say hello to the era of the meta frameworks.
Terms like ‘Web 2.0’ and ‘web3’ are just for marketing.
Last year’s highlights from the inspirational blog for front-end developers.
“web3 is actually more centralized than the web it seeks to replace.”
A command-line tool to generate, analyze, convert and manipulate colors.
A platform for developers to sell, license and distribute their software.
What is good for your reader is also good for your SEO.
There are many reasons to run a DNS server or resolver.
The pressure to “get it right” doesn’t have to be so rough.
Thought-provoking analysis of some data visualization practices.
Techniques for particular situations and use-cases.
Chrome now helps to make color fonts widespread.
Are technologies marketed under "web3" an evolution of the web?
What to expect from cryptocurrencies in the world wide web?
HTTP Archive’s latest web report is now available as Google Book.
How to prevent an odd rendering issue in Mobile Safari.
Generate beautiful gradients with different interpolation spaces.
New ways to create designs with brighter and more vibrant colors.
“Empathy as an engineer is a superpower. Caring about those you work with will do more for your career than writing beautiful defect-free code.”
Guides, resources, and tips for popular content management systems.
Users can move forward with the TypeScript-based Angular framework.
“The most effective presentation skill is backchanneling, which is where you shop your idea to each stakeholder well ahead of time and get verbal buy-in. Presenting then becomes a cake walk because it’ll essentially be a formality.”
A comprehensive library of high resolution 3D shapes.
Guidelines to make your website more usable.
Say hello to elem.showPicker().
A tool to create vivid gradients with different color modes.
SEO insights from a ten months project.
A huge collection of ready to use interactive animations.
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines in plain language.
Adobe’s online converter to transform your videos into GIFs.
If your website relies on it, your action is required.
What to keep in mind when getting started with TypeScript.
“I’m concerned when I see someone’s title looking like UX Designer, Service Designer and Content Designer. Each one is already a full time job, how can someone do the three?”
The original blue was chosen with care and through testing.
Design from the perspective of three basic psychological needs.
Advantages and drawbacks of the ReScript programming language.
Insights on remote jobs trends, updated daily.
100 amazing design and front-end creations.
A new CSS parser, compiler, and minifier written in Rust.
Jesse James Garrett about the evolution of UX design.
There are some important distinctions to keep in mind.
A tool to transform your SVG icons or illustrations to Lottie animations.
“Writing good release notes is one of the most important steps of a release: distilling everything down to save others time and giving proper credit and thanks.“
The power of a well established web technology.
Google Fonts for your wireframes and other early-stage designs.