But it goes beyond the input devices or the ability to hover; the screen refresh rate, the color of the screen, or the orientation. Making assumptions about these factors based on the width of the … Read article “Mobile, Small, Portrait, Slow, Interlace, Monochrome, Coarse, Non-Hover, First”
We’re working with highly sophisticated computers here, can’t I sign this thing with the web somehow? Yes, you can! As long as the company … Read article “Legally Binding Electronic Signatures with eversign”
Good thinking and exploration by Sebastian Eberlein. I’m a firm believer that you’re doing yourself a favor if you blog in Markdown, because it gives you clean HTML output that isn’t littered with classes very likely won’t last forever.
Know that your mileage may vary on this stuff, as there are many varietals of Markdown.… Read article “Little Stuff about Markdown I Always Forget and have to Google”
And you use them pretty much just like you’d use custom fonts on a website. Jaina Mistry had the scoop on this last year over on the Litmus blog:
The DayTrip website uses a neat effect on its page header that distorts the background image with an animated, grainy texture. The effect is subtle but creates a dusty, retro vibe.
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”