“Moral needs and our collective needs are as important as user needs.”
Proposals for a future update to the Unicode Standard.
More flexible and user-oriented websites.
“Stop looking at what other companies are doing. Start spending more time with existing/potential customers.”
How the start of a meeting can be the beginning of so much more.
Google now prefers to index and rank the mobile website versions.
Why the popular response to online privacy is so flawed.
“Sass and CSS variables should have completely different use-cases.”
A basis of an ethical framework for design decisions.
“I’m starting to realize it’s best to assume that the average user will ignore everything actually written in your documentation, and instead blindly copy and paste code snippets until things magically work.”
Favorite CSS snippets people use regularly.
The popular web debugging proxy is now also available on iOS.
Facebook introduces more intuitive privacy controls.
How to keep your brand visible, even if your resources are limited.
What you need to know if you already have a Progressive Web App.
Do’s and don’ts.
Update of the iOS photo editing tool.
Define, train, and run machine learning models in the browser.
A short video with many examples of manipulative user interfaces.
“Most project management software is designed for how we wish projects ran. This is why we all end up in spreadsheets. Spreadsheets don’t even assume a project is actually happening.”
Cloudflare’s encrypted DNS service.
What support for ES modules in all major browsers means.
“Stakeholders don’t care about design principles.”
Jen Simmons’ talk about Intrinsic Web Design.
“You’ll always have the right to change your mind. It’s a byproduct of learning.”
Breathing life into digital products.
What do we want design to be?
Reusable solutions to commonly occurring problems.
“‘We should A/B test that’ is a really expensive way to disagree.”
The long-tail impact of direct-to-consumer brands.
Why social apps can’t solve the problem of information overload.
Building a more efficient mobile web navigation
Google is ending its URL Shortener.
Is Google gaining or losing ground in search?
Introducing Stackswell, a plugin that streamlines repetitive tasks.
How to reduce load times and payloads on your web site.
“Firefox Quantum has a superior performance compared to other browsers.”
Why beauty matters.
Experience the world as color blinds do, right in your browser.
Design systems + CSS Zen Garden = Awesome.
Twelve steps to procrastinate like a professional.
An optimistic design choice that ends up compounding complexity.
How to achieve the accessibility standards outlined in the WCAG 2.0.
Twitter is working to renew its relationship with developers.
Why they can still play a vital role if you use them wisely.
“Other people’s success is not your failure. You’ll be so much happier if you learn to celebrate the achievements of other people as well as your own.”
What this may mean for users.
The ECMAScript module loader for Node 6+ is ready.
A collection of design system resources: examples, articles, tools and talks.
“Don’t assume which words convert.”
Google’s shift may have some unexpected impacts.
Don’t sell yourselves under your market value for freelance work.
What to keep in mind when designing a navigation.
What the new EU General Data Protection Regulation really means.
Inspect your site’s exposure to assistive technologies.
Service Worker API, Payment Request, Beacon API, and more.
A typeface with text and display styles inspired from the 70′s and 80′s.
The feature improves privacy, but also performance.
Progressive Web Apps, WebAssembly, and Houdini.
Two GIF creation tools with a workflow for each.
“It’s not about whether your organization values ‘design.’ It’s about whether your organization truly values humans.”
What enables you to choose the right abstractions.
The current practice of front-end engineering.
A tool to facilitate the collaboration of designers and developers.
It’s all about the URL.
What if website analytics software was simple and trustworthy?
Free creation of interactive prototypes for voice applications.
An interactive demo that goes through the algorithm.
Prevent Facebook from seeing what websites you visit.
Trademark and other problems with the language’s nomenclature.
“UX is not an excuse for lack of visual identity.”
“A designer who doesn’t understand psychology is going to be no more successful than an architect who doesn’t understand physics.”
How to create, develop and adopt open standards for data.
“CSS Grid brings editorial design to web design.”
Apple’s distributed datastore starts its next chapter.
How to shed light on what’s breaking and where.
A collection of unusual visualizations, charts, and maps.
A growing collection of handy tips and tricks for the popular code editor.
Performance monitoring right from the command line.
Twitter might suspend your account if you fail to comply.
What you should know about the CSS will-change property.
Microsoft releases its first major version.