Where we are and where we’re going.
“I just saw a loading spinner that wasn’t quite rotating around the centre so my day’s ruined.”
How it has grown and what it’s capable of today.
Principles to think outside the bounds of a screen.
Browserify vs. Webpack.
“The best way to be highly influential is to be human to everyone you meet.”
Why it makes sense to learn all the web layout methods right now.
A smaller, faster drop-in upgrade with even more features.
Where we are and where we are going.
“Talent without hard work and practice won’t amount too much.”
How to convince your company to invest in design.
Say hello to Data Gif Maker.
Information doesn’t tell you what to do.
The march toward more visual forms of communication.
Cases in which visual feedbacks are important.
Smart notifications would make our life and work better.
What’s new in the UI component development environment.
All the slides, plus analysis.
What you need to know if you’re a Delicious user.
China’s rapid shift towards a ‘codeconomy’.
“We plan to have Chrome stop showing ads not compliant with the Better Ads Standards.”
It’s powerful but there are drawbacks.
“The web would be a better place if more developers considered accessibility as an interesting challenge rather than a painful burden.”
All HTML elements with descriptions, examples and previews.
“Facebook is designed from the ground up as an all-out attack on the open web.”
“Productivity will take away time you could be spending on becoming who you are.”
“If your ego has grown too big to accept and learn from mistakes, it has grown too big.”
What WebKit’s new feature means for web developers.
WebVR on Firefox goes cross-platform.
WebRTC, WebAssembly, variable fonts, camera/microphone access, and more.
Trends in web design between 1996 and 2005.
How to lay the groundwork for good design decisions.
Chromium’s better fit for high-performance web apps.
WebKit’s browser solution to high performance code.
“I’ve been a web developer for 20 years. When things frustrate me I try to make the platform better, rather than sneering and whining.”
What to expect, and why it’s important.
What web components are and how to use them.
Design principles for AI and data-driven products.
The on-boarding process of two type checkers in comparison.
Results of a survey with hundreds of participants.
Voice search growing as virtual assistant market heats up.
Building clean, modular design systems.
“Self-serve website-builder platforms are quietly becoming very powerful.”
Amazing features are coming to the web.
“We need to think more carefully about how we use CDN control panels.”
A response to Adam Silver’s piece.
Solve for a profitable reality.
User perception explained.
A handbook for designing beautiful and effective responsive typography.
Do’s and don’ts.
Performance, SEO, security, accessibility, content, and functionality.
Everything you wanted to know.
What’s new for web developers.
Developer’s practices, habits, knowledge, and understanding of CSS.
“The new version of Firefox nails the ‘just right’ balance between memory and speed.”
Guidelines from some of the web’s most respected content teams.
How designing for the web has changed over the past 20 years.
What really impacts Google search results.
The how and the why.
Twitter has been redesigned to be more simple, modern, and live.
Configurations for shared hosting and web servers.
Insights from the Stack Overflow 2017 Developer Survey.
A new way to build beautiful patterns and illustrations.
What we owe our colleagues.
“Deploying changes frequently, no matter how small, sends an important heartbeat to your audience. It’s pleasing to watch something evolve.”
The hardest things about browsing the web.
What you can do with the group resizing feature.
“One of the most useful rules I’ve learned in life is to never read anything into someone’s lack of response. People are busy (and lazy).”
”The hard choices are very often exactly what we need to do.”
Why they are a compelling way to structure modern web apps.
A good choice for long, distraction free reads on screens.
“Natural user interfaces are the new bar.”
Features vs. benefits.
Companies can monitor the things you don’t send.