I love this article from Chris. He takes a look at a beautiful design on Dribbble and goes through how a front-end developer would look at it and build it out. Chris even uses live code pen examples to showcase how these things would be pulled out.
One of the most responsive ways in which we can design any interface is to make it more human or at least allow us to interact with it in a more human and natural way. This is where AI, cognitive systems are incredibly valuable.
By prioritising the long tail you move the mean result further to the left, and more importantly, further towards the fastest loading scenario. Great article from Tim about what to focus on when working on performance. Tim is using Speedcurve as part of this review which is probably the number one tool out there on […]
Speed Curve is one of my favourite paid performance dashboards. With the likes of Steve Souders and Tammy Everts being employee’s two and three you can tell they do something right. This week Tammy has written about the introduction of a status dashboard that allows you to take a glance at the performance of a […]
With the arrival of iOS11.3 we now have service workers on Apple devices, meaning a wave of PWAs are about to hit us. HOORAH!
This week I go over Jeremy Keiths new one size fits all service worker and possible use cases for service workers on travel sites. We celebrate International Women’s Day and look back on a year with CSS Grid.
One of the biggest bits of news for web developers/designers like you and I is that WebKit was properly being ported across to the Apple Watch and as of Apple Watch OS5 you would be able to browse websites. Previously the email links inside of emails would ask users to move across to their phone/ipad/computer, […]
Google Search for Jobs is going to be the biggest new thing in the recruitment world since job boards aggregated all of the jobs into one central location to make the candidate journey a little easier. Everyone is up for an easier journey! That ease of journey, along with several billion dollardsin the recruitment/talent industry […]
Just as I was hitting ‘schedule campaign’ on the RWD Weekly newsletter the Google AMP team published an article about a new announcement. It seemed that after a long list of blog posts questioning the ethical existence of AMP and Google’s technical application of the AMP results in their search the team were addressing our […]
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