Don’t slow your users down.
“The first type foundry dedicated to creating high-quality color fonts.”
LinkedIn’s new open source projects take on stylesheet performance.
Debugging the web outside of the browser.
Create web-based rooms to meet with others within Mixed Reality.
Let’s create a more inclusive and productive tech industry.
Where users expect to see your error messages.
Calculation results in a usable and accessible way.
The next level of CSS Grid Layouts is on the way.
Resolving issues with the CSS Text and Font modules.
An animated avatar that responds to text field interactions.
Why this trend is still very much alive.
The emails have begun…
Service Workers, Push, Screen Capture, and more.
Let’s make social platforms better for society and humanity.
Seamless web browsing across your devices, made to be used on the go.
Why React is the winning ticket (for now).
Another step towards making the web more secure.
The deal enables small businesses to build websites and online stores.
Samsung Pay news.
“‘Should designer’s code?’ To which I respond: Define ‘design’. Then define ‘designer’. Then define ‘code’.”
“Canceling email subscriptions should be a one-click process.”
How we can best create that second experience.
Better, faster and with a more consistent look and feel.
“An incredibly ergonomic and efficient way to build modern web apps.”
“I don’t want to work with a ‘Code Ninja’, they leave a bloody mess. I want to work with a ‘Code Janitor’, you only know they were there because everything is organized and tidy.”
“Beautiful prototyping tools are distracting designers into creating beautiful interactions over beautiful products.”
Why the quick and dirty CSS reset is troublesome.
The phenomenal rise of the Stories format in social media.
Build deep learning models using a simple visual interface.
Twitter has found a bug that stored passwords unmasked.
Make sure you always stay focused on what’s important.
Private questions and answers in a searchable archive.
Unless you do this.
All your contributions in one image for use in social media.
Platforms, principles, and resources.
How do you feel today? The emotional vocabulary at a glance.
Let’s take a closer look.
What it means for marketers.
A look behind 5 commonly used color codes in Design.
What’s new in the popular code editor.
“Being A Programmer basically requires you to deal with extended periods of feeling like a moron punctuated by brief periods of feeling like a goddamn genius.”
Chapters, articles and recitals of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
An AI system for accomplishing real world tasks over the phone.
Important concepts illustrated with examples.
Firefox add-on to change tab colors for different development environments.
“We seem to have a surplus of people with ideas for tearing things down and a deficit of people with ideas for making things more resilient.”
Faster email drafts, assisted by artificial intelligence.
Achieving GDPR Compliance shouldn’t feel like a struggle.
What tools frontend developers are using.
The design landscape has changed completely.
Why ‘noscript’ matters.
The once popular measures for social influence are soon gone.
Who said that there are no other web analytics tools?
A set of APIs to diagnose and debug Microsoft Edge tabs.
The fascination of segmented typography: not quite vectors, not quite pixels.
Unintended consequences of technology: ask the right questions.
“Your resumé shouldn’t be a listing of everything you’ve done. It should tell a story about your passions and experience.”
A pioneer in Twitter analytics is calling it quits.
How important each factor is and the evidence we have for it.
Why you should disable PGP/GPG and S/MIME for now.
Findings of a large-scale study.
They can help us to prioritize features.
Adobe’s UX design application is now available for free.
The popular Twitter app with a lot of new features, including a dark theme.
Adobe/TypeKit now offers ready to use font collections.
The huge potential of CSS variables.
Tips, tactics, and strategies to get higher rankings.
Europe’s regulation will make privacy a mandatory design principle.
How to be future-friendly and backward compatible.
How key features have changed over the last ten years.
Pros and cons of two new ways for doing responsive tables.
Better developer tools, accessibility inspector, improved dark theme.
Let’s make a photo gallery responsive quickly.
Unnecessary http headers, and what we can do about it.
Create a faded background effect with a single line of CSS.
Tutorial and demo.