Interviews with creative folks who share what they’ve learned.
Changes that will affect web engineers.
The company makes its verification program even stricter.
An emerging web standard with a new approach to get paid online.
Lessons for your web forms.
It puts people back in control of a conversation they’ve started.
Transitions and data protection in CSS.
How Google’s new variable fonts work.
Better insights into how your site performs on Google search.
Further protections of user privacy in Safari.
Also, Yahoo Mail has a new design.
Artificial intelligence reads privacy policies for you.
“Pick one thing at your work that sucks, fix it. Even if it is a small thing, you’ll feel amazing. Then. You’ll do it again. And. You’ll be amazing.”
An ethical license for open source projects.
How social networks can inspire negativity.
Curation of product design articles, tools, and other resources.
New meta tags and attributes.
CloudFlare rolled out a real user measurement tool.
How to identify misleading articles about search engine optimization.
“When your product is great, but your marketing is bad, you’ll just get ripped off by somebody who is better at marketing and they get the benefit.”
Check the weight of your ad implementation.
Resize, compress, and transform images on-demand.
“If you want to predict future user behavior, focus on deeply understanding current behavior and motivations instead of asking users to predict what they’ll do with a product they’ve never seen.”
Tools to improve the search engine optimization of your website.
“It takes less effort and skill to write a lot of code and a lot more effort and skill to write minimum code.”
The next iteration of the HTTP protocol gets a big boost.
What it means for you if your website has been affected.
A responsive menu with the same HTML for all viewports.
“The quickest way to ruin the productivity of a small company is to have it adopt the practices of a large company.”
They just work better than typical mobile sites.
Make sure that nobody runs into unexpected surprises.
The linting tool for web best practices is now out of beta.
Inside Chromium’s brave plan to change the recipe for cookies.
A growing collection of images and Sketch files of popular devices.
“Me in my 20s: but that corner radius isn’t quite right. Me in my 30s: Literally no one cares. Just get that shit out and see if anyone even uses it.”
“If you’re having z-index problems I feel bad for you son, I’ve got 999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999 and it seems to work alright on my machine.”
Responsive Designs makes everything easier.
Maybe it is time to re-evaluate our approach to ‘saving the web’.
Convert your web into a Progressive Web App with just a few clicks.
It can make your life as a frontend developer a lot easier.
Load responsive images faster with link rel=“preload”.
“Invest in your own platforms. Building audiences on any other platform can be taken away from you with the snap of a finger. Use other platforms as a funnel, not as the base.”
Some examples of how clickable areas should be created.
Your website my be affected if it looks for a specific user agent.
What can bring us back to the ease of creation of the early web.
The next major version of the React alternative.
The concerns of Internet Service Providers.
Figma introduces new prototyping features.
Third party templates for Google Tag Manager.
“The scariest phrase in product development: ‘You know what would be cool?’”
Chrome will start blocking http subresources on https pages.
A horizontal masonry effect for arbitrarily-sized photos.
A guide on how to build and maintain design systems.
When to use which component for option selections.
“When your weekend coding projects are held up by scope creep, you really only have yourself to blame.”
The accessibility challenges for retailers and customers.
“Wisdom acquired through aging is vastly undervalued in the UX industry.”
Do’s and don’ts.
“A component library isn’t a design system. In order to qualify as a design system, it also needs to have a bunch of documentation nobody reads.”
How product teams can evaluate their work much better.
They will help push the web to be even more secure.
Potential new features and behaviours of service workers.
Interactive map of screen sizes for responsive and adaptive design.
The meaning of the acronym ASPIRE.
Video Appearances in Performance Report, and Video Enhancement Report.
An overview of approaches and tools.
Everything you wanted to know.
Current methods, and two new with a future CSS image function.
Sometimes they can lead you down the wrong path.
And the analysts who will be successful in it.
Bing is adopting Microsoft Edge as the Bing engine.
No way of knowing how the real Googlebot treats robots.txt instructions.
Design clear interactions instead of clever ones.
Demos and examples.
“Please don’t let anyone guilt you into staying in a toxic job situation in order to ‘fix’ it. You have the power to seek out or craft environments where you can thrive.”
“The most difficult part of switching from being a traditional designer to becoming a maker is moving from unmanageable perfectionism and a ‘done’ mindset to an incremental approach. Everything is always in flux.”
How the web is changing, and our work alongside it.
The visual evolution of web design.
What you can learn about your customers from your competitors.
A collaborative process for designers and developers.
Things to get right when you’re creating a product roadmap.
You don’t have to fumble around in the dark.