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Proper HTML h1-h6 usage and its impact on accessibility.
We need a better concept that disappoints us less as designers.
CSS only syntax highlighting with a single element and gradients.
3,000+ key concepts and terms of the web explained.
As new CSS features gain traction, CSS framework usage drops.
A justification for a much-needed CSS feature.
Are faster-loading image formats also more energy-efficient?
How users think about it and which issues to avoid.
“Design’s ROI shouldn’t be reduced to crunching numbers.”
Check your website’s availability and performance worldwide.
Should the alt text just be a copy of the full code?
The release of Firefox 117.0 completes the trifecta.
What it feels like to visit websites in the year 2023.
What to do if you are looking for the path to the next level.
Best practices for capturing screenshots in product documentation.
Google speeds up the launch of its browser releases again.
Raise awareness about biases in a design workshop.
Choose perfectly balanced color palettes using only numbers.
If you can’t wait for cross-browser CSS Scroll-Driven Animations.
The modern web framework now supports the View Transitions API.
California’s AB1757 may be changing the rules.
Top 15 technical SEO issues across 1 million websites.
Illustrations of characters transcending their biological barriers.
A collection of groundbreaking web development blog posts.
“‘We asked our most satisfied users how to improve the website’ is such a baffling user research strategy.”
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Ways to enhance your website’s typography in minutes.
HTML/CSS snippets to provide a better UX in minutes.
No technology is a silver bullet, and serverless is no exception.
Testing Figma, Sketch, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Affinity Designer.
Two new browser APIs are set to change the debate.
Basic practices in researching, modeling, and prototyping.
Chris Coyier’s take on the usefulness of Web Components.
“The software developer credo: why do the same task a few times when you can spend 5 hours failing to automate it?”
Biome, toolchain of the web, is the successor to Rome.
“Where are the design anarchists? Where are the design rebels? Where are the contrary design thinkers?”
Molly Holzschlag, the ‘Fairy Godmother of the Web’, has died.
How accessible is the native HTML video player today?
Does the testing model still fit into today’s development landscape?
Is it fine to exclusively use WOFF2 webfonts today?
A catalog of the most important questions and answers.
How to drive accessibility in the product design phase.
What code coverage in tests is, and how to measure it.
“Jakob’s Law of internet UX isn’t an excuse to do poor work.”
Chrome now directly tracks users via a ‘topic’ list.
W3C’s recommendations for making websites more sustainable.
Adoption, applications, challenges, opportunities, languages.
Increase the chance that your words get read.
See how many of these patterns you recognize.
Troubleshooting container-related issues with container images.
Challenges of designing products with language models.
Level up your design system with a new CSS feature.
Trusting traffic based solely on IP addresses is risky.
A DevTools extension to visualize and debug Scroll-Driven Animations.
The current state of AI’s typographic capability.
Let’s try to avoid a disgusting web phenomenon: link rot.
Why lazy loading shouldn’t be applied everywhere.
“The web feels ready for a major upgrade.”
An inspiring learning space about evolving design systems.
The shortlist and winners of the renowned illustration awards.
Features like Photoshop’s Generative Fill tool are out of beta.
Ways to ensure your HTTP clients are pitfall-proof.
Better code readability for numerical operations.
What is an aria-role, and what does it actually do?
CSS best practices when working with text sizes.
It has three states, does not flash, and is reactive.
Why paid subscription growth is demonstrably unsustainable.
The new methods are closing an essential gap.
“My favorite thing about the current state of ads on websites is when you visit a recipe site and leave it open while you step away to do something, and the site crashes.”
Design features that are rarely seen in English websites.
Or are coding ligatures just an unnecessary gimmick?
People don’t want outputs; they want outcomes.
The present state of data storytelling and its future direction.
Get stakeholders on board with accessibility.
Benefits and applications of a long-awaited CSS feature.
HTML ‘search’, CSS ‘font-size-adjust’, JPEG XL, and much more.
Why a minimum of 24px space around touch targets matters.
It’s a perfect way to kick off any UX redesign project.
Web frameworks you can already host near your users.
How Figma is catching up in the accessibility field.
Make better decisions about what to say yes and no to.
Responsive text without using Media Queries.
Chrome is celebrating its 15th anniversary this month.
Up-to-date CSS rules for consistent cross-browser styling.
Three essentials enhance designer-developer collaboration.