What if I was a second faster? How many more conversions would I get? You can begin to translate that user-experience impact into pounds and pence.
Jen Simmons describes the overall big picture of CSS Grid. What all these terms mean. How it's different than float-based frameworks. And how we are going to apply Grid to specific containers on the page — while using other layout methods on other containers of content.
Instead, you need to keep your mind on your real goal, and get to it by an uncommon path. Whether surprisingly direct or surprisingly clever, it will be a shrewd and creative solution — kind of rebellious. Either you’ll completely ignore the current norms, or deliberately go against them, or slyly use some norms temporarily as part of a bigger plan.
Web fonts can be tricky—but are they rocket science? Web browsers have decided to make them invisible while they’re loading to avoid rendering system fonts to users. In order to properly manage the performance of our web fonts, we respectfully disagree with that decision. Roll up the sleeves on your lab coat, y’all.
A talk given by Eli Fitch at Fluent Conf 2017 on how to manipulate human perception to make sties & apps feel faster than they actually are.
For a beginner, accessibility can be daunting. With all of the best intentions in the world, the learning curve to developing compliant, fully accessible websites and apps is huge. It's also hard to find the right advice, because it's an ever-changing and increasingly crowded landscape.
A simpler static site generator. An alternative to Jekyll. Transforms a directory of templates (of varying types) into HTML.
HTML 5.2 has introduced a new <dialog> element for native modal dialog boxes. At first glance, it seems fairly straightforward (and it is), but as I’ve been playing around with it, I’ve found it has some nice features that might be easy to miss.