Great design is a product of care and attention applied to areas that matter, resulting in a useful, understandable, and hopefully beautiful user interface.
Typekit is the easiest way to use real fonts on the web. Add a line of code to your pages and choose from hundreds of web fonts.
I know you’ve been asked this plenty of times already, but: no new vendor prefixes, right? Right?
Nope, none! They’re great in theory but turns out they fail in practice, so we’re joining Mozilla and the W3C CSS WG and moving away them.
In any given day I can find myself reading up on a new W3C proposal, fixing an issue with our tax return, coding an add-on for our product, writing a conference presentation, building a server, creating a video tutorial, and doing front end development for one of our sites.
Ilya Grigorik discusses in detail how to construct a mobile website that loads as quickly as possible.
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Arguing for “separation of content from presentation” implies a neat division between the two.
Chris Coyier explains Magic Numbers:Magic numbers in CSS refer to values which “work” under some circumstances but are frail and prone to break when those circumstances change.
In my first article, “Even Better In-Browser Mockups with Node.js,” I explained why Node.js makes designing applications easier and more efficient, and how to get started.
Designing in the browser has all sorts of benefits, like producing more accurate, comprehensive results and removing the extra step of converting from image file to markup and CSS.
If SharePoint and Facebook had a baby, it would look a lot like Igloo (without the recessive balding or oversharing tendencies).
By Ivan Herman, W3C Semantic Web Activity Lead
Electronic books are on the rise everywhere. For some this threatens centuries-old traditions; for others it opens up new possibilities in the way we think about information exchange in general, and about books in particular.