… it doesn’t bet the farm on any one technology, the system is able to adapt to inevitable changes to tools, technologies, and trends.
They asked her to create a social app for mountain bikers. Talk out how the app might work, sketch out some flows, you know, UX work. Exactly what they were expecting and what I would have done. But then Robyn turned the table on them and asked what they are going to do about saftey. This app … Read article “Strangers in the Woods Together”
I have been asked to lead product development on a team. This is somewhat of a new journey for me because I’m generally used to calling myself a web designer rather than a product manager or strategist.
Indeed it does!
The speak property in CSS is for specifying if a browser should speak the content it reads, such as through a screen reader.
There is a non-standard way to stroke HTML text (SVG has a standard way). It’s not particularly new. There are -webkit- and -moz- prefixes for it. Jen Simmons recently posted about it, with an example:
Here’s a neat transcript of a talk by Mat Marquis where he details how he made the Bocoup website lightning fast, particularly with snazzy font loading tricks and performance tools to help monitor those improvements over time.
AMP is wildly polarizing.
The Media Object pattern is: image thingy on the left, heading and text on the right.
I saw this little web app (live demo) by Das Surma going around the other day. It’s funny, but it’s also a really compelling demo app for a bunch of modern technologies. I’m sure that’s the whole point of it.