“Telling web designers they don't need to worry about code is like telling architects they don't need to worry about steel, wood or physics.”
A demo to test fixed positioning support.
A representational set of devices for testing.
Popular techniques for handling navigation in responsive designs.
“Repeat after me: mobile users will do anything and everything desktop users will do, provided it's presented in a usable way.”
Let’s plan for the unknown and celebrate the ubiquity of the web.
Responsive design is the real deal.
How to create an adaptive web experience.
Nasty traps to avoid when making your site responsive.
Let's embrace the unpredictability of the future.
The process of creating an adaptive website.
Budget considerations for responsive web design projects.
‘Mobile First’ forced us to rethink how we create digital products.
Analyzing the techniques of the US presidential candidates.
Use mobile as an excuse to revisit your navigation.
The latest news and thinking in responsive web design.
“The phrase ‘pixel-perfect’ means nothing to me as neither ‘pixels’ nor ‘perfect’ are in my vocabulary anymore.”
“Whether you like it or not, if you're a web designer, you're also a mobile web designer.”
“Carousels exist on websites to keep people from beating the shit out of each other in meetings.”
How do we fight against bloated web pages?
Toolkit to help create and maintain atomic design systems.
“The fold doesn’t exist on the Web, but we should be mindful of page length.”
“The issues with the design/development divide will only grow more and more apparent.”
“There are still many different uses of ‘adaptive design’ out there.”
Pros and cons of the many ways to approach a responsive project.
“I’m so incredibly thankful to be a part of such an amazing community.”
Ubiquity, flexibility, performance, enhancement, and future-friendly.
Ways to make the donate experience more visible and usable.
“It’s a great time to struggle to answer the question ‘So what do you do?’”
“Dear web pages, I came for the content, not to watch you have a seizure for 15 seconds while all your bullshit and bloat loads. Love, Brad”
“Reminder when pointing out flaws with open source software, please be respectful. Folks sacrifice time with their families to make it.”
A guide to the reimagined modular design system.
What information should be displayed alongside each pattern?
A case study on how to build a thoughtful, robust UI design system.
Users don’t care about tech stacks.
How a design system’s components can be made more flexible.
“My calendar looks like I’m about to die in Tetris.”
What really matters are living, breathing UI components.