“Mobile users want to see our menu, hours, and delivery number. Desktop users definitely want this 1mb png of someone smiling at a salad.”
“‘We did a big site and an iPhone site. Anything we overlooked?’ ‘That is literally every browsing experience on the planet, sir.’ ‘Ship it.’”
“Might be ’an element in Internet Explorer’ this Halloween. I’ll just stand a foot to the left of where I would normally stand, at all times.”
Wear a beanie today, build the web tomorrow.
“Of all the things I’ve lost, I miss my ability to focus on a single task the most that guy has a weird phone what stop is next I’m hungry.”
The challenge with responsive images.
What we can do to move forward.
Making a small change to the CSS workflow.
“HTML5, HTML.next, Final HTML III (VI in Japan), Crisis on Infinite HTML, HTMLX² (reboot of XHTML 1.1 Transitional), HTML the Movie: the Game.”
A List Apart lets everyone embed comments.
“I think all web designers can agree that the excitingness of a painting is based heavily on the type and size of the canvas you use.”
What you need to know.
Current status of responsive image proposals.
“Weird to see so many people so incredibly convinced that they know the exact right way to do something they’re not doing.”
The latest on the responsive images proposal.
“The picture element is officially coming to a browser near you.”
Covers many patterns for many projects.
“The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing us that working with computers means we’re smart.”
Strategies, case studies, ideas, and tips.
Better vs. faster CSS text rendering.
“If you’re using a version of Picturefill from prior to 2.3.1, please update right away.”
“Banish the phrase ‘element queries’ from your vocabulary forever.”
What it really means to move the open web forward.