When you’re debugging, make sure the user interface isn’t the problem.
If you wanted to know how to write a bunch of clickbait titles, this graphic will show you everything you need to know.
Since the inception of the web, there have been 4 clear eras: text, table-based design, web standards, and responsive design. The next era of the web is performance, and I think it’s already started.
As social media and new blogging platforms proliferate, the draw of posting original content on third-party sites makes it easy for clients to neglect their own websites. Giving away your content is a strategic blunder.
Only at Apple would a promotion from VP to C-Level be considered something to worry about.
No web person can write a succinct article about the latest “web is slow” discussion because web performance is horribly complex.
Several people I follow (and genuinely respect) have been subtly arguing that the web is in danger of going away in favor of native apps. I don’t buy it.
On September 9th, 2014, Apple introduced the Apple Watch. It may not be an obviously revolutionary device, but I saw a few features that could prove to be the prototypes for ways the device could change our lives.
I spent part of my morning trying to find a shop that could license for Helvetica Neue for web fonts outright, without subscribing to a monthly plan. I came up empty, but all is not lost.