Annotations have become first-class citizens of the web.
Creating reactive animations using reactive programming.
Open source in the greater context of life.
Appropriate UX methods and activities for your projects.
Anti-virus products can make devices less secure.
The read-it-later service will continue operating.
SHA-1, the industry cryptographic hash function standard, is broken.
Rapid development with no initial configuration.
“Software development is a special kind of a nightmare.”
The end of a time when humans tried to organize the web.
Here’s what we learned about YouTube SEO.
A magazine for people curious about fonts.
Honoring journalistic, visual and technical excellence.
Things you can do without element/container queries.
A journey in 67 parts, split into five functional stories.
What frontend developers are currently using.
“Container queries would revolutionize my design practice.”
“Designing with element queries feels like time traveling to the future.”
Web app for creating morphing animations based on SVG paths.
Service Worker, Web Push, Analytics libraries, and real-world sites.
Tailoring website elements to a wide array of devices.
A way to improve the commenting experience.
The real contribution of a designer and an engineer to a product.
The major updates to the treatment of Google text ads.
UX decisions can have huge consequences.
You can become a victim of your own success.
Either way, you end up stranded on the side of the road.
Small thing with big effect.
Knowing your customer better makes your marketing better.
Workflow and tools.
Preload can greatly improve page load performance.
A simple method to pair typefaces effectively.
Grids are so much more than table-style layouts with a new syntax.
What’s involved in working with strings and files of Unicode text.
Tutorial and demo.
There’s plenty to celebrate in the latest release.
A brief look.
Resource Timing has been added as an experimental feature.
How people interact with touchscreen devices.
Using CSS selectors to highlight potential HTML problem areas.
The basic concepts and terminology of CSS Grid.
Say hello to near-native performance for web apps.
Three things we need to change to save it.
Where each of the digital design apps shines.
Platform for teaching and learning code via screencasts.
What to consider when creating successful comparison tables?
Will separate bots from people without challenges.
“Efficiently organizing information is one of the most critical skills of the digital age.”
JSON-like file format empowers third-party developers.
What developer types or technologies are changing in demand?
“It’s a must that the most basic content is accessible from any browser.”
What Google now designates as low quality content.
Not all design problems are product design problems.
An intuitive way to annotate documents and to make excerpts.
“I think 2017 is going to be a good year for Web Components.”
“You can’t design by iteration and incremental improvement.”
Color selections driven by principles anyone can learn.
What marketers need to know.
Visual storytelling tool for presenting timelines.
A new design, layout, technical stack, and a printed magazine awaits you.
High-quality JPEG images with 35% file size reduction.
Browser caching is looking better.
Short answer: yes.
Why it’s better to show the buttons only to social traffic.
Helpful analogies to explain tech jargon to everyone.
How browsers deal with multithreading and input.
Electron is eating the desktop alive.
Think of it as an integrated development environment for building websites.
What to adopt in order to become a frontend, backend or a devops.
How you can write CSS that is lightweight and reusable.
Inspiration for your next product design project.
The unique challenges of screen design.
Designers must be able to explore grids visually.
Takeaways for marketers.