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How to design a blog and make it look pretty in 2020
I'm loving Marko's content lately and I"m going to be taking this approach to my own blog this month to refresh the design.
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24 days ago by justinavery
CSS Grid can be used to stack elements
Stack elements easy with display:grid... although you can do the same thing with display:block; — BUT that's not really what Stefan is doing in this article, instead it's moving the elements out of the regular content flow and setting them to grid positions that you would have otherwise required absolute positioning to achieve.
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24 days ago by justinavery
New browser on the block: Flow - QuirksBlog
PPK used to do loads of reviews on browsers on his site and is back again in 2020 with a look at a new browser called Flow. In this article he interviews Piers who is the co-founder of the company behind this new browser.
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24 days ago by justinavery
Thoughts on Writing: What They Say
I love this piece from Matthias and I can't echo his words enough (or Sara's linked to in the post). "Write about what is most important to you in the first place and create the opportunity for people to learn and reach their own conclusions. Oh, and don’t forget to publish your work. Ideally on your own site."
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24 days ago by justinavery
Links with Tips and Advice for Public Speaking
If 2020 is the year you want to get into public speaking then Marc has the perfect article for you. This covers all the steps leading up to uttering your first word on stage from proposal, writing a bio, preparing your talk, and building slides.
tutorial  newslettered  news  395 
24 days ago by justinavery
ResizeObserver in WebKit
ResizeObserver has hit WebKit Safari Technology Preview releases by default as of version 97l. Rather than focus on how slow webkit were to enable this feature (Chrome released this in Jan 2018) let's rejoice in the fact that another browser supports this (Chrome, FF, Edge, Opera... all desktop). The article has a great example and code to show how this might be used on your site and can provide a bit of a temporary patch for container queries.
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24 days ago by justinavery
Facebook's Off-Facebook Activity tool is now available to everyone
I have to admit, this was the first time I heard about this. These days I'll be lucky to get on Facebook once a week, but it is still what helps me keep up with my Australian friends and family. You can now see which companies/pages have shared your interactions with them to Facebook to better target you for content (let's face it, Ads).
article  news  newslettered  395 
24 days ago by justinavery
Designing web applications for the Apple Watch using Toucaan.
Are you looking to go watch first over mobile first? Although the number of smart watches are steadily growing they feel more like a notification centre than somewhere I want to consume lots of content. Having said that, there's no reason why you can't still be prepared.
tutorial  newslettered  news  395 
24 days ago by justinavery
Optimising SVGs for the Web
Although SVG's are often a lot smaller than PNG's, and look a tonne better across any screen, there is still a few things you can do to ensure that they are as small as you can get them. Every byte helps.
tutorial  svg  newslettered  news  395 
24 days ago by justinavery
Migration From WordPress To JAMstack
Do you run a Wordpress site and are thinking about making the switch across to JAMstack? Is your site pretty bit and you're dreading the thought of doing the migration? This article goes through the process that Smashing Magazine went through to do the same thing.
article  news  newslettered  395 
24 days ago by justinavery
Spoiled by the Web
This article sounds very similar to the process I went through to create an app to enable AR across Back Pocket Notebooks. I'm sure app developers would face similar issues when crossing over to build on the web, but for me getting something built from scratch on the web is so much more easier, and the web so much more forgiving.
article  news  newslettered  395 
24 days ago by justinavery
How To Empower Design Teams By Measuring Value — Smashing Magazine
By putting your design team on a DIET (Design Impact Evaluation Tactic) can greatly improve the way in which the team can clarify how well informed they are at each stage of the project: Initial Brief, Post Research, Solution Testing. I'm sure this adds time to the design lifecycle, but I've worked on many projects where time has been a critical factor so we ploughed ahead with work quickly and ended up spending more time iterating a poorer quality piece of work than if we had of taken our time to do research and testing up front. The article comes with some templates for you to use the scoring system yourself too.
article  news  newslettered  395 
24 days ago by justinavery
Understanding the “Initial”, “Inherit” and “Unset” CSS Keywords
I've always had trouble properly grasping these CSS settings so it's nice that Elad has been able to spell it out for us.
article  394  newslettered 
4 weeks ago by justinavery
We’re Killing the Mobile Web
But with your careful help and direction on the projects that you're working on we can bring it back. I sometimes can find these articles click baity, but there are some good lessons to remember like not pushing an app to download, be mobile first (really, not just a mobile version of the desktop design), and go easy on the JS.
article  394  newslettered 
4 weeks ago by justinavery
4 CSS layouts without using media queries | Polypane browser for dev & design
This is a nice post outlining a tweet I came across last week. Using flexbox Adam was able to layout a form in 4 different ways with the same code block across multiple viewports.
tutorial  newslettered  394 
4 weeks ago by justinavery
A Complete Guide To WordPress Multisite — Smashing Magazine
The wordpress multisite approach can be great if you're working in an agency that provides landing pages for your clients, or if you're working within an organisation that has lots of individual sites that you want to manage under the same CMS. There are a few limitations and better approaches to setting them up, luckily you've got Manish to take you through them.
tutorial  newslettered  394 
4 weeks ago by justinavery
Some Imaginary CSS
What CSS could I be writing in a few years that might seem far-fetched today?
article  394  newslettered 
4 weeks ago by justinavery
Draw all roads in a city at once
This is a fantastic little tool which will allow you to build out line maps of the town you live in (or the town you love). This link shows my little country village in the countryside.
newslettered  394  resource 
4 weeks ago by justinavery
Using responsive modifiers to control layout changes in your components
A new approach to the responsiveness of content-dependent components. While it requires JS to work properly there's a good fallback.
tutorial  newslettered  394 
4 weeks ago by justinavery
Design System Checklist
An open-source checklist to help you plan, build and grow your design system.
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4 weeks ago by justinavery
Redesign: Scales and Hierarchy
Frank Chimero continues his open redesign blog series with looking at typographical scale (now that he's picked two typefaces to go with). He looks at applying spacing, weight, color, size, typeface, and accent to create a heading that stands out.
tutorial  typography  inspiration  news  newslettered  394 
4 weeks ago by justinavery
The CSS Cascade
A lovely designed page to showcase how CSS works. Have you ever wondered why one rule supersedes another in the same CSS file? This article will help you understand.
tutorial  article  news  css  394  newslettered 
4 weeks ago by justinavery
Lightning-Fast Web Performance: an online lecture series from Scott Jehl
I'm really excited about this online video course coming up from Scott Jehl. I have a feeling that this is going to be the next "Building Faster Websites" from Steve Sauders all those years ago.
newslettered  394  resource  course 
4 weeks ago by justinavery
This Page is Designed to Last: A Manifesto for Preserving Content on the Web
Some excellent recommendations in this article including going back to basics (HTML/CSS), reduce fonts, be obsessive about image compression, watch your uptime.
tutorial  article  394  newslettered 
4 weeks ago by justinavery
CSS Grid Template Areas In Action
I really liked Grid Templates when I first came across them. It seemed to make sense that you would define areas with names, and the great thing is that from breakpoint to breakpoint you can leave your content assigned to the same name but change the positioning of those areas. Make sense? Well if not you can read this instead.
tutorial  grid  newslettered  394 
4 weeks ago by justinavery
Standards for Writing Accessibly
This week is a fantastic set of great tips from Michael and Andy around accessibility improvements for content editors, copy writers, designers and developers. One great example is when to put in password rules, it should go before the password field so you know what to do BEFORE you do it. Whether you're sketching, wireframing, designing, building, QA-ing or writing... if you see that it isn't the case then it's your job to call it out and offer to fix it. Everyone is responsible for an accessible site.
article  394  newslettered 
4 weeks ago by justinavery
How to Animate on the Web With Greensock | CSS-Tricks
There are truly thousands of ways to animate on the web. Sarah has covered a comparison of different animation technologies before, but today she'll take you on a step-by-step guide to her favorite ways to get it done: using GreenSock.
tutorial  animation  javascript  393  newslettered 
5 weeks ago by justinavery
CSS-Only Carousel
The chances are you might need something else more specific to your needs, but for a starter without JS... this was just unheard of 5 years ago.
tutorial  carousel  393  newslettered 
5 weeks ago by justinavery
Collaborative Information Architecture at Scale
Designing an information architecture with input from multiple stakeholder groups can feel like a NASA-level effort. This article shares thoughts on how to keep things organised while working systematically.
article  newslettered  393 
5 weeks ago by justinavery
Upgrading to the new Microsoft Edge
Microsoft Edge is now shipping with Chrome running it behind the scenes. For the first time in a long time a Microsoft browser is once again available on MacOS. I've installed it, tried it, and now I'm not likely to reopen it unless I need to debug something.
article  newslettered  393  newsed 
5 weeks ago by justinavery
Boring by default
The next time you start a web project try starting boring with just a text editor and browser. Hand write your HTML, CSS, and JS, no compiler. It will, of course, depend on what you're building but it doesn't always need to be complicated.
article  newslettered  393 
5 weeks ago by justinavery
Why I quit using Google
New year, new provider. If you're looking to get off the Google train there are a number of great options here from Kyle.
tutorial  google  privacy  393  newslettered 
5 weeks ago by justinavery
Progressive Web Apps in 2020
Maximiliano Firtman takes you through the current state of PWA's in 2020. I'm not sure if I'm in the minority, but I'm surprised that PWA's haven't become more of a thing (or maybe I'm just not aware of their growing stature). One thing I did see this week thanks to Al Cattell was glideapps.com, now that is something web based that is very app like.
article  pwa  newslettered  393  news 
5 weeks ago by justinavery
Netlify: First Impressions
If you're wondering what Netlify is like might be like to switch over to you can follow David's journey coming over from Wordpress.
article  newslettered  393 
5 weeks ago by justinavery
The New Generation of Performance Metrics for Better User Experience
Most of you these days will focus on one or more of the three key metrics when it comes to performance: First Contentful Paint (is it happening), First Meaningful Paint (is it useful), and Time to Interactive (can I use it?). Those have paved the way for three new metrics that will are worth looking at
- Largest Contentful Paint (LCP)
- Total Blocking Time (TBT)
- Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS)
This article from Milica on Calibre will show why it matters and how you can measure them
article  newslettered  393  newsed 
5 weeks ago by justinavery
Understanding CSS Grid: Grid Lines — Smashing Magazine
This week in the ongoing series on CSS Grid, Rachel explains about Grid Lines and how we can go about positioning our content in the 2 dimensional space (vertically and horizontally).
tutorial  393  newslettered 
5 weeks ago by justinavery
The Mythical Mythical Man-Month
The idea of the man-month (need not be a man) is that you can not simnply add more developers to a project to shorten the delivery time, and in fact that adding more people will delay delivery further. The article author, John Foreman who is Chief Product Office at Mailchimp (and therefore has my undivided attention), goes through this idea and shows how it doesn't have to be true.
article  newslettered  393  newsed 
5 weeks ago by justinavery
Am I Responsive?
Our featured site of the week has been built without a single width based media query in the whole CSS. This isn't necessarily a goal you need to set yourself, but how many media queries/break/tweak points did you use in your last project? <add mailchimnp voting this>. There are still media queries in the CSS, but for @media (prefers-reduced-motion: reduce) { and @media (prefers-color-scheme: dark) {

Great work from http://twitter.com/supremebeing09
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5 weeks ago by justinavery
Overcomplicatin’
I love some of these techniques that Brad uses to overcome issues with front end builds. Recently I had a very similar issue which was resolved using the pointer-events: none; approach he mentions, I'd love to hear from you if there's any downsides to that approach.
article  newslettered  393 
5 weeks ago by justinavery
Hiding Elements On The Web
A great tutorial on how to hide things on the web while still understanding their accessibility impacts. It covers everything from display: none; to visibility: hidden, it even has a pop at SVG clip path and transparent text with even more options.
tutorial  393  newslettered  news 
5 weeks ago by justinavery
Understanding CSS Grid: Creating A Grid Container — Smashing Magazine
If you're going to start learning Grid then it's probably best to start with the container. Rachel is going to be doing a series on Smashing covering this off, something to keep an eye on over the next few weeks.
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6 weeks ago by justinavery
Performance for Designers Part 1: Typography
Performance is critical to the perception of your products. Speed and ease of completing tasks is a defining factor of great design, yet we don’t talk very often about how to incorporate performance-driven thinking into design processes.
newslettered  392  article 
6 weeks ago by justinavery
Fun with CSS Motion Path
With the new CSS Motion Path module, we can create fancy path animations using only CSS!
newslettered  392  tutorial 
6 weeks ago by justinavery
Performance Budgets, Pragmatically
New year, new you.... or should I say new improvements to your website. Harry looks at ways that you can continue to improve every two weeks
newslettered  392  article 
6 weeks ago by justinavery
Flexible Captioned Slanted Images
Eric Myer goes through the layout for one of the Event Apart websites and the uses of Clip Path to get some more interesting effects than just regular rectangle images.
newslettered  392  tutorial 
6 weeks ago by justinavery
How to Start a Podcast
Dave Rupert has been running the Shop Talk Show podcast with Chris Coyier for quite a few years now and he's got some advice for anyone looking to start a podcast (I bet you've made a resolution haven't you :)
newslettered  392  tutorial 
6 weeks ago by justinavery
Responsive design glossary
There are a number of term that you will hear when you start building websites, and a few more since the arrival of responsive design.
newslettered  392  article 
7 weeks ago by justinavery
Merry Christmas Tree!
A lovely little SVG animation using Greensock.
newslettered  391  codepen 
9 weeks ago by justinavery
Christmas Wishes
Snowing with Particle JS, this code pen can help you incorporate some falling snow on your site (you know you want it).
newslettered  391  codepen 
9 weeks ago by justinavery
Pure CSS Merry Christmas:)
The jolly man done in pure CSS as he jiggles and giggles. Great work from Alireza.
newslettered  391  codepen 
9 weeks ago by justinavery
Christmas Colors
What's better than a lovely set of colours for xmas? Fake snow falling over a set of colours for xmas, that's what.
newslettered  391  codepen 
9 weeks ago by justinavery
CSS3 Christmas animation
This is a fork of something I came across, but the codepen creator hadn't confirmed their email address so I couldn't share the original. A nice little xmas animation
newslettered  391  codepen 
9 weeks ago by justinavery
Christmas Sounds
A little Do Re Me Xylophone set that you can use to play some xmas tunes. Press the button and hear a song played.
newslettered  391  codepen 
9 weeks ago by justinavery
flexbox christmas lights
These flashing xmas lights are laid out using flexbox. The red's are using :nth-child(odd) to get their colour, the green's have :nth-child(even). The animation is done brilliantly by going from 0.2 opacity to 1. The duration is 500ms for both, but the red flash is set to delay the start by 500ms giving the perfect alternating colours.
newslettered  391  codepen 
9 weeks ago by justinavery
Procedural Snowflakes
Generated content is awesome and these snow flakes are procedurally created so each snowflake is slightly different than the last.
newslettered  391  codepen 
9 weeks ago by justinavery
Reading a WebPageTest Waterfall Chart
Do you ever see a website waterfall loading chart and scratch your head about what it all means? It can be daunting to look at initially but once you break it down it will begin to make sense. This article shows what is what and how to get started.
tutorial  performance  390  newslettered 
10 weeks ago by justinavery
Web Performance Calendar » Instant pages with just-in-time preloading
We've featured instaclick in the newsletter in the past, but now it's your opportunity to hear from Alexandre himself about why/how he built the very impressive tool.
article  performance  390  newslettered 
10 weeks ago by justinavery
Fast load times
Now that I've given Google a hard time this week, let's look at the great resources they put back into the community. These tips have nothing to do with AMP, they're all about how you can improve your site to load as fast as possible
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10 weeks ago by justinavery
7 Uses for CSS Custom Properties
Michelle has a bunch of uses for Custom Properties that are just perfect to try out while nursing a mild hangover from a christmas party. Just sayin'.
tutorial  390  newslettered 
10 weeks ago by justinavery
No to Chrome – Google wants to automate us
I love a lot of the people that work at Google and try and provide better development tools through Chrome as well as the Google Developer Expers. Ire, Addy, Paul, Jake, Una... many many more that I won't include here do amazing work. The thing is though, the amount of control that Google has over the shape of the web is not a good thing. This site explains the steps you can take to start to shift the balance away from Google's control.
article  chrome  privacy  390  newslettered 
10 weeks ago by justinavery
Drawing Homer Simpson using circles in CSS - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻
As I mentioned in the intro, I'm off to our xmas party tonight in my Simpsons holiday shirt so I was delighted to see that I could draw homer in CSS just using circles. Would it be easier to use an SVG? Probably, but not as much fun.
tutorial  390  newslettered  newsed 
10 weeks ago by justinavery
How to fight back against Google AMP as a web user and a web developer – Marko Saric
Some folks love AMP, others despise it. I love the idea of faster websites but disagree with Google's approach in AMP. If you want to reduce the dominance that Google have over the web there are things that you can do as Marko Saric points out in this article
article  amp  google  newsed  390  newslettered 
10 weeks ago by justinavery
Level of Effort
I like the ideas that Brad is putting out here.

"Rather than chucking Zeplin links at developers...
Developers need to snap out of it and demand to be a part of the design process instead of blindly building out bad “requirements”."

This week we're putting together a Xmas card for our clients (12 days of Gifmas... lots of gifs) so I spent 30 minutes putting together a 'close enough' representation for the designers to see how their static designs would come to life in practice. This resulted in a couple of small tweaks to the idea that otherwise would have taken a lot longer had it been built in production and then shared as UAT. If developers were part of the original design process this time would have been further saved. Always involve the builders in the design work.
article  390  newslettered 
10 weeks ago by justinavery
Debugging Variables With Watchpoints in Firefox 72 - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
Have you ever wanted to know where properties on objects are read or set in your code, without having to manually add breakpoints or log statements? Watchpoints are a type of breakpoint that provide an answer to that question. This article from Miriam Biudayr goes through the steps to take to set this up within Firefox for a better developer experience
tutorial  390  newslettered 
10 weeks ago by justinavery
Beautiful Scrolling Experiences – Without Libraries
Everyone loves to scroll jack a users experience (apparently), but there are ways to do this without resorting to javascript. The scroll-snap-type and scroll-span-align are just some of the scroll properties that you can apply via CSS to get a more native experience not reliant on JS.
tutorial  390  newslettered 
10 weeks ago by justinavery
Building a search engine from scratch
If you've ever wondered why there aren't more competitors for Google other than the likes of Bing and Duck Duck Go then this article will clear things up. From the engineering challenges to the sheer start up capital required, it's a tough business to get into.
article  390  newslettered 
10 weeks ago by justinavery
Getting Started with Web Performance
Are you looking for an introductory article that you can use to explain to someone why it's important to their business? Or maybe you're on the performance band wagon but you're not exactly sure why. This article from Karolina and Calibre have you covered.
article  performance  newsed  390  newslettered 
10 weeks ago by justinavery
Responsive Type and Zoom
Beware when setting your typography in responsive sites as there are chances that the way you implement it will remove the ability to users to properly zoom in on text when they want to.
tutorial  typography  newsed  390  newslettered 
10 weeks ago by justinavery
A Picture Says a Thousand Words, But Not Really - 24 Accessibility
Not everyone has the ability to see as well as the next person, in fact around 29% of people have some form of visual impairment. This article looks at the steps you can take to ensure the content you're producing is just as helpful for those 29% as the rest.
article  390  newslettered 
10 weeks ago by justinavery
JavaScript Quotes | letorey.co.uk
Dave has just started the Wes Bos new course for JS beginners.
This gives you a great taste in just how thorough and easy Wes's courses are, thanks Dave for sharing!
tutorial  javas  390  newslettered 
10 weeks ago by justinavery
Spanning and Balancing Columns - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets | MDN
In this guide we look at how to make elements span across columns inside the multicol container and how to control how the columns are filled.
tutorial  389  newslettered 
11 weeks ago by justinavery
Thinking about color
Most of the articles, in fact all of them, that I've posted from cloudflare have been performance related, period. That's why I loved this article based on their changing colour palette over the years and they use some great tools to get there.
tutorial  article  389  newslettered 
11 weeks ago by justinavery
Six Web Performance Technologies to Watch in 2020
Simon picks his six technologies he thinks will improve on web performance next year. On the list are the JAMstack, Web Assembly, Edge computing and more.
article  389  newslettered 
11 weeks ago by justinavery
Use CSS Subgrid to layout full-width content stripes in an article template
With the implementation of sub grids we can declare the layouts of our site at the top level of the site and have sub elements align to them as well. This example shows this by aligning elements within an article against the overall grid structure of the page containing the article.
tutorial  389  newslettered 
11 weeks ago by justinavery
Binary Music Player
Well, it's responsive. Tim Holman, who is in my top 10 favourite people on the internet, produces this great music player which works as 8 bit binary counts upwards. You can change the notes for each bit, loads of fun
tools  389  newslettered 
11 weeks ago by justinavery
Diagram.Codes
Describe your diagrams with a simple text language and automatically generate an image you can export.
tool  389  newslettered 
11 weeks ago by justinavery
The Fastest Homepages in Higher Ed
A top ten countdown to the fastest University website.
article  389  newslettered 
11 weeks ago by justinavery
CSS Layout
A collection of popular layouts and patterns made with CSS.
tools  layout  389  newslettered 
11 weeks ago by justinavery
HEAD - A free guide to <head> elements
Although all the important stuff comes from the <body> tags (the important stuff being the actual content) the things you place inside the <head> are vital for the content actually being seen. This is a great guide to what is vital and important and what each of the elements do. Who's doing the <body> version?
resource  add-site  newsed  389  newslettered 
11 weeks ago by justinavery
An Introduction to Variable Fonts ◆ 24 ways
24 Ways is my favourite advent calendar and this year is not disappointing. There are back to back tutorials on Variable Fonts and I highly recommend you starting with the overview from Jason Pamental before following up with Mandy's.
tutorial  typography  newsed  389  newslettered 
11 weeks ago by justinavery
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