Critical homepage elements that are often overlooked.
Why it makes no sense to hide certain truths in data.
Sketch now lets designers share symbols across documents.
Results of an analysis of over 880 million Facebook posts.
Do’s and don’ts.
How to make forms that don’t lose input when submitted offline.
“Web performance is a crucial pillar of user experience, yet it’s still the underdog.”
User research vs. consultation.
“Progressive Web Apps are a shorthand for quality web experiences.”
How to get inconsistent content under control.
The cost of Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages for the web.
“At the risk of sounding like an old codger, I remember the days where we wouldn’t dare call ourselves senior without a good five years…”
What works and what doesn’t.
Get the right solution for your business and specific situation.
Talk about Sayspring, a tool to create interactive voice prototypes.
“Working remotely isn’t always ideal, but it can be incredibly rewarding.”
“My favorite design tool is sleep.”
“If you don’t care about words, you’re a decorator, not a designer.”
Web analytics in 5 images.
An online editor to write and share mathematics formula.
Positive friction yields positive results, if handled with care.
A list of developer questions to ask prospective employers.
What to do about ‘too many cooks spoil the soup’.
“I have never once regretted taking the time to learn the underlying fundamentals of how something works. It’s helpful, every single time.”
A collection of web components that implement common web UI patterns.
“Front-end developers need to prioritize SSL support more than ever.”
Your reputation is about more than your work.
How tiny changes can have a big impact.
Results of an analysis of countless social and blog conversations.
“Flat designs with weak clickability signifiers waste users’ time.”
Why it’s time time to learn how compilers work.
Should you include it?
“It looks like Disqus is selling garbage ad impressions.”
What makes the new commenting platform different.
“The biggest problems with CSS can be solved without CSS-in-JS.”
The state of VR on the web and the WebVR APIs.
Did you already know that there’s more than one viewport?
“Nothing will remind you of the importance of web performance more quickly than traveling internationally.”
How you can design loading or offline states on the web.
Great ‘readers’ are also great ‘writers’.
Upcoming and past technology conferences worldwide.
“It seems like there’s no good way to admit bankruptcy on GitHub.”
The power of sketching and wireframing with words.
CAMP: Context, Architecture, Mechanics, Poetics.
“I’m still flabbergasted at how many organisations require you to be in an office every day and then you sit there with headphones on not speaking.”
“Getting good user experience isn’t as much a design problem, as it is a power struggle.”
A new way to interact with the popular password manager.
“Your type of design is just one of many. Your way to design is just one of many.”
Why UX research must drive design change.
Just not through apps.
Traits and skills of exceptional engineers.
Optional packages to bring IDE-like functionality to the code editor.
Sparklines made easy.
Ways to deal with older browsers.
Trello integrates with the popular prototyping platform for design teams.
Now with native support for YouTube video tracking.
How to expand your website to fill the entire edge-to-edge screen.
“Frustrated AMP users are pretty hard to find.”
Why it’s all about better CSS practices.
An open letter to Apple.
Some basics around Windows Subsystem for Linux.
What’s part of the browser’s roadmap.
Challenges and opportunities.
Which is the right authentication model for you?
A new extension makes it possible.
Preview of the new syntax highlighting.
Turn your source code into syntax-highlighted images for presentations.
Apple believes that people have a right to privacy.
“Your biggest risk isn’t occasional failure, it’s sustained mediocrity.”
“Accessibility is not a feature, it’s a requirement.”
Dropbox lets you preview more file types, including Sketch.
Best-in-class designs from around the community.
The Googlebot-friendly way.
Candidates to replace passwords in the near future.
“Few things in life compare to the pleasure of fixing a bug by removing code.”