Let’s start to consider how our content could sound.
The results might be surprising.
Live expressions in the console, and much more.
It’s more than making a site navigable by assistive technology.
Can you finish this sentence: ’Only we …?′
Ways to stand out from the crowd.
The evolution of a well intentioned technology to what it is today.
Firefox 62 supports the shape-outside property joining Chrome and Safari.
The past, the present, and the future of Chrome.
The Chrome security team is rethinking URLs across the web.
Variable fonts are now supported in all major browsers.
Maximize the experience and raise user expectations.
What to expect from Google’s new Search Console.
Results load twice as fast.
Visual primitives for the component age.
How it works.
What you need to know if you have a custom domain on Medium.
CPU, GPU, Memory, and multi-process architecture.
Let’s introduce a common test suite to identify CDN differences.
“You are underestimating the compounding awesomeness of continually fixing small broken things.”
Intro to the Presentation Web API in Chrome 66.
Introduction to a microblogging platform similar to Twitter.
A study of 1-million websites.
Start with real world content whenever possible.
What we would gain if we reimagined our workflow.
Shadow DOM and Web Components in DevTools.
What Safari’s shared caching means from a performance perspective.
How it works.
“The most underrated algorithm in data science is ‘go talk to people who deal with the problem every day and learn from them.’”
It’s time to consider adding some curves to our designs.
“I’m tired of people saying that CSS is a useless skill to have. Stop minimizing this skill just because you think it’s hard. For some of us, it’s a primary means to make a living.”
“Note to my younger web design self: Stop trying to be cute and just underline the damn hyperlinks you jackass.”
If you’re self-funding a business, you are the main investor.
Review source code inside the editor.
A recreation of the original color guidebook by P. Syme.
“A little surprised how culty design sprints are for some people. They’re a handy process or a handy set of tools to use… not a way of life and not the only tool in the toolkit.”
Create an annotated tree visualization of any repo/project.
The DWeb: what it is and how it works.
Ways you can improve color accessibility.
The importance of learning critical front-end skills.
The rise of simpler and artificially intelligent interfaces.
Not the css specificity guide you deserve, but the one you need right now.
Building user interfaces with GitHub’s design system.
Users will have to switch over to Gmail.
But the battle isn’t over yet.
Take a leap through time and see the colors of history.
Let’s keep users and developers happy.
Google’s redesign to celebrate the 10th birthday of the Chrome browser.
What to use when.
Web fingerprint sensor and other new features.
Introducing tink, a proof of concept of an install-less installer.
“Augmented Reality has an incredible number of use cases.”
It can be done with just a few lines of code.
Mozilla takes aggressive measures to protect users’ privacy.
Rules to protect yourself and other people.
A shared space to build your professional communities.
What we have to do if we want to see a more open web.
The last goodbye.
Now available for Viveport, Oculus, and Daydream.
You can soon craft a timeline that fits your needs.
“Having the self-belief that you will be able to figure things out as you go along is critical to success at anything hard.”
Utility to refresh all stylesheet on the current web page.
The usefulness of EV certificates has declined.
A growing collection of hand-picked color palettes.
Lead your customers and visitors with visual content.
New release of the framework to build cross platform desktop apps.
Be proactive about how you spend your time.
What’s new in the framework for static and server-rendered apps.
“More and more it seems we are using Design Sprints as some sort of bandaid for actually doing good, thoughtful research and design.”
The current state of browser based Lazy Loading.
A login to a Google service now means auto login to Google Chrome.
What Chrome’s new forced login policy means for users.
“The best protection against competitor x is to do things that are contrary to their DNA.”
“Anyone who is wondering, ‘When will I get to the point of my career when people stop asking me to make the logo bigger?’ You should be aware, that point will always be just over the horizon.”
A list of default system fonts on Apple iOS 12 and Android Pie.
The W3C formalizes VR/AR as part of the broader web platform.
A first look at the next chapter of Google Search.
The scenarios define why the personas are important.