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Sandro Pasquali on Twitter: "Animating page transitions may have a lower value to the user (vs the designer) than is commonly believed.… "
There’s a chance I believe client side routing on the web is usually not preferred. Which is ironic.

Might be best for screens where the majority of the UI persists, which is the edge case.

Browsers handle page transitions really well.

Still working through my thoughts 🤔


Animating page transitions may have a lower value to the user (vs the designer) than is commonly believed.
animation  transitions  reactjs  motiondesign  webvsnative 
october 2019
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ok, d’arcy! [📸 raul romo for schön! magazine]
october 2019
Chinese developer, five hitmen sentenced after failed murder outsource
Chinese officials charged six men — including five hitmen — with "intentional homicide" last Thursday, after all individuals attempted to subcontract the killing to another hitman.
china  weirdbuttrue  crime 
october 2019
Is ‘Modern Love’ Only for White Women? - ZORA
After watching the show, I cried too—longer and harder than I care to admit. But I cried because, as a Black woman, the show made me feel anything but romantic. With its total exclusion of Black, brown, and Indigenous women as love interests, I felt invisible and dehumanized. Modern Love was incredibly traumatizing to watch, reminding me of all the gendered violence and dismissal I’ve faced in my life.
amazon  tv  tv:modernlove  relationships  blackness  blackwomen  representation 
october 2019
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"I know everyone has good intentions here—like we all should—but accessibility isn't about kindness or giving it ou…
october 2019
Baking Tools: Pastry Cloth | Kitchn
Yes, and (if appropriate) pastry cloth

Also you kinda need a laser thermometer g…
october 2019
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Yes, and (if appropriate) pastry cloth

Also you kinda need a laser thermometer g…
october 2019
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It’s true and you should say it.
october 2019
Home - Dekoni Audio
Replacement pads for Denon AH-D7000
headphones  denon  audiophile 
october 2019
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I have nothing to say about this image I found except that I am prepared to press charges
october 2019
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me irl vs me on here
october 2019
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I like the message in that graphic. The labels I could do without, but I totally…
october 2019
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Ooooooh yeah. I've started thinking about that as "Is this particular design component a way of presen…
october 2019
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We've had (faaaaairly) okay results drawing clear boundaries between the two approaches in the same co…
october 2019
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I have put this slide into more client presentations than I can count (albeit with different, domain-t…
october 2019
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It's tough seeing a team whipsaw between "Everything is just a of page-components assembled by an edit…
october 2019
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They're not incompatible with each other, but if your primary concerns are consistency and validity, your ideal str…
october 2019
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I've been having a lot of conversations with clients in which everyone agreed that "structured content" was critica…
october 2019
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Social media has become a routine feature of academic life. This is a guide about navigating that landscape as a sc…
october 2019
Why Are Accessible Websites so Hard to Build? | CSS-Tricks
Here’s an example: when developing a site, JavaScript errors are probably going to be caught because everything breaks if something goes wrong. And CSS bugs are going to get caught because something will look off. But the accessibility or performance of a website can go from okay to terrible overnight and with no warning whatsoever. Yhe only way to fix these invisibly broken things is to first make them visible.

So, here’s an idea: what if our text editors caught accessibility issues and showed them to us during development? It could look something like this:
accessibility  a11y  by:robinrendle  via:csstricks  webdesign 
october 2019
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A CMS content model designed around the appearance of a page or page element isn't *morally wrong*, but when you ne…
october 2019
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A couple of friends have been like "You're so good at taking food pictures! How?!?"

The answer is that I watched a…
october 2019
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is it "be a white man"

i bet it's "be a white man"
october 2019
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Oh. Hi!

I spoke today with the wonderful people at about that wonderful API centered around Web An…
october 2019
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get you a man who looks at you the way Mark Hamill looks at this puppet, and then get you a surly mutual friend who…
october 2019
winston the third
i set a goal to read 50 books this year and i achieved that last week?!
october 2019
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Not giving up! Not surrendering!
october 2019
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I just released a build plugin to check that all your links are correct.

It's very easy to break some par…
october 2019
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Pastel Seattle doors
october 2019
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“I want to talk about web design as an agent of power, and to discuss its potential to do harm.”

Any person buildi…
october 2019
When do the clocks change around the world? And why? | News | The Guardian
Well at this time of year, an hour extra in bed for a start. But DST has far wider ramifications, for energy use, farming, even mood.

Some argue that DST does not really save energy, as less household usage in the evenings in summer might be offset by greater morning usage.

Health impacts are widely touted: people can get more exposure to sunlight through the summer DST months, boosting their vitamin D levels. But critics argue that disruption to circadian rhythms (sleep patterns) can negatively impact on human health. Studies have found that the risk of having a heart attack increases in the first three weekdays after switching to DST in the spring.

However they also found that the extra hour of sleep after the clocks went back in autumn decreased the risk of heart attacks in the first few weekdays after switching.

Studies suggest that although getting an “extra hour of sleep” when the clocks move back does not lead to people sleeping longer, the loss of an hour of sleep when the clocks move forward negatively affects sleeping patterns for several weeks afterwards.
science  daylightsavingstime 
october 2019
Google released research on what makes a good boss – do you agree? | Money | The Guardian
1 A good coach
Good bosses help employees through problems and use them as learning points.

2 Empowers the team instead of micromanaging
If your boss frequently tells you how to do small tasks that you are completely qualified to do on your own – like how to write an email – then you may have a micromanager on your hands. A good manager should empower you to use the skills that got you the job instead of trying to do everything for you.

3 Creates an inclusive team environment, and shows concern for success and wellbeing
If your boss leaves you feeling terrified of going to the toilet or asking questions, they probably haven’t done a great job at creating an inclusive team environment.

Google has refined its findings on this trait over time, showing that good managers ensure people feel comfortable to introduce new ideas, and don’t feel scared to ask questions or admit mistakes.

4 Productive and focused on results
Good bosses help out where necessary and make sure that you know what you are working towards.

5 A good communicator
This one is pretty self-explanatory: a good manager should be good at sharing information, and good at listening, too.

6 Supports career development and discusses performance
This means doing more than just giving criticisms or showing interest in an employee’s prospects – Google’s research has shown it has to be coupled with feedback that helps an employee work towards their goals.

7 Has a clear strategy for the team
A good boss let’s you know what is expected of you, and what you need to do to get there.

8 Has the technical skills needed to advise the team
Ideally, your boss should know how to do the job that they are asking you to do. If they are new, they will take time understanding the team before they make big changes.

9 Collaborates across the organization
Good managers don’t just have a good relationship with the people they manage, but other people in the organization, too.

10 Is a strong decision maker
Google has a lot of information on its website about how bosses should make informed decisions. In reality, most people just want their boss to make decisions quickly enough that they can go home on time and their work isn’t wasted.
google  research  management  leadership  techculture 
october 2019
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Superhero stories are the dominant popular culture in the United States. Nothing else comes close. The war is over,…
october 2019
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Gonna pretend to be someone’s parents at this show
october 2019
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I had my dad pull up a Vox Media site tonight and then he scrolled until he got one of our custom ads and I said th…
october 2019
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important new research paper about the most common reasons why data visualization projects can turn into complete c…
october 2019
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If you're at all interested in maps and perhaps in how Mercator came up with his, you'll LOVE this! Such a level of…
october 2019
Rian Johnson ‘Brick’ and ‘Knives Out’ Interview
We weren’t going to be able to create expressive sets. We weren’t going to be able to go to town with production design. It was just going to look like a high-school movie, until somebody opened their mouth. Once they did, you then knew this was something different. You had to prick up your ears and figure out what this world was. It was making sure that the audience felt secure in that disconnect of being in a fantasy land. This is more Blue Velvet than The River’s Edge.
film  rianjohnson  filmmaking  interview  film:brick  director 
october 2019
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“Banality of evil” is not referring to the fact that Nazis had fun and families: banal is not a description of the…
october 2019
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“someone told me ‘race car’ is a palindrome and it blew my mind!”
“so is ‘taco cat.’”
“…yeah, but ‘race car’ is a r…
october 2019
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The voice on the other end said, “Roxane? It’s Elizabeth Warren and I want to thank you for your endorsement.” I im…
october 2019
“The World-Wide Work.” – dirtystylus
in which explains my talk better than i ever could

(thank you so much, mark <3)
october 2019
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hightechly blocking the halo of the overhead light
october 2019
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To date, no one has argued that men have to provide financial support for a fetus. Until that day when…
october 2019
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I don't know. Maybe I'm just in a mood today. But there's also this.
october 2019
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I mean the conversation starts out with you trying to trade on our imaginary agreement so you don't have to listen…
october 2019
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Of course that’s not entirely new (Photoshop, or Valley Of The Shadow Of Death) but having it happen in the tool at…
october 2019
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Regarding ‘computational photography’:

Currently, its mostly confined to adjustments to the subject being photogra…
october 2019
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Hey ! We just created an issue to propose/release the design for what will become the new default front-end…
october 2019
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