I was strongly reminded about the scariness of non-secure websites the other day.
A few months ago, the Red Hat UXD team discussed how to design enterprise applications for mobile environments. Sarah and Jenn, my talented colleagues, pointed out that touch devices should not be judged by their size alone.… Read article “Touch Devices Should Not Be Judged By Their Size”
There are some problems with the default way that custom fonts are loaded. As in, just linking up a font in some CSS through @font-face. Even the way Google Fonts provides you to use their fonts Zach calls … Read article “#152: Font Loading with Zach Leatherman”
You know, like a tic-tac-toe board. I was just pondering how to do this the other day, as one does. There are three ways I can think of. One involves a good handful of rules and is the way I intuitively think of, one involves a deprecated attribute, and one is very simple and feels kinda like a CSS trick.… Read article “A Table With Borders Only On The Inside”
Here’s an incomplete list of analytics tools I’ve personally used: Google Analytics, Alexa, Gauges, FullStory, NewRelic, and Woopra.
News to me! There is a spec for it and Firefox says they intend to ship it. It’s just like display: block; only:
I’ve started to call this problem … Read article “Chrome Bias (and Finding Things To Like in Firefox)”
This is not a handbook. It’s more like a history book.