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Alex Norris @ TCAF on Twitter: "… "
Pink: look I have many books

Orange: you must be very intelligent

Books: we are all unread

Pink: oh no
via:beep  humor  reading  books  by:alexnorris  cartoon 
april 2019 by dirtystylus
Aerotwist - Web Components and the Three Unattractive Pillars
I have this idea that there are three underpinning concerns every developer should have when they build their projects: accessibility, security and performance. You can immediately see how one could affect the others, but their relationship is nuanced. They’re not appealing, though, because you’re never going to persuade the people paying for your project (unless they’re savvy) that these unseen aspects are critical.
accessibility  security  performance  via:beep  webdev  webcomponents 
august 2018 by dirtystylus
The Web is Made of Edge Cases by Taylor Hunt on CodePen
People will use your site how they want, and according to their means. That is wonderful, and why the Web was built.
via:beep  webdesign  accessibility  a11y  progressiveenhancement 
august 2018 by dirtystylus
A one year PWA retrospective – Pinterest Engineering – Medium
Now for the part you’ve all been waiting for: the numbers. Weekly active users on mobile web have increased 103 percent year-over-year overall, with a 156 percent increase in Brazil and 312 percent increase in India. On the engagement side, session length increased by 296 percent, the number of Pins seen increased by 401 percent and people were 295 percent more likely to save a Pin to a board. Those are amazing in and of themselves, but the growth front is where things really shined. Logins increased by 370 percent and new signups increased by 843 percent year-over-year. Since we shipped the new experience, mobile web has become the top platform for new signups. And for fun, in less than 6 months since fully shipping, we already have 800 thousand weekly users using our PWA like a native app (from their homescreen).
analytics  pinterest  progressivewebapp  via:beep  performance  webvsnative 
july 2018 by dirtystylus
Specific Suggestion | Harper's Magazine
I find myself thinking about Garret Keizer’s “Specific Suggestion” a lot this year, but especially today, no reason
via:beep  labor  unitedstates  generalstrike  protest 
december 2017 by dirtystylus
There are maps for these territories | Clearleft
To emphasize: CSS isn't a programming language. It's a stylesheet language. We shouldn't expect it to behave like a programming language. It has its own unique landscape and structures, ones that people with programming language mental maps might not expect.

I believe that this mismatch of expectation is what has led to the current explosion of CSS-in-JS solutions. Confronted with a language that seems arbitrary and illogical, and having spent little or no time exposed to the landscape, developers dismiss CSS as 'broken' and use systems that either sweep it under the rug, or attempt to force it into alignment with the landscape of a programming language — often sacrificing some of the most powerful features of CSS.
css  javascript  webdev  webdesign  by:daniellehuntrods  via:clearleft  via:beep 
april 2017 by dirtystylus
Adactio: Journal—Writing on the web
It’s a world wide web out there. There’s plenty of room for everyone. And I, for one, love reading the words of others.
writing  twitter  blog  by:adactio  via:beep 
march 2017 by dirtystylus
Your Voice - TimKadlec.com
The most important rule to follow when giving a talk or writing is to be yourself. I can learn just about any topic out there from a million different posts or talks. The reason I’m listening to you is because I want to hear your take. I want to know what you think about it, what you’ve experienced. More than anything, I want your authenticity. I want you to be you.
speaking  via:beep 
december 2016 by dirtystylus
ngrok - secure introspectable tunnels to localhost
Expose local development environment to the internet.
via:beep  testing  proxy  tools  webdev  ngrok 
august 2016 by dirtystylus
BBC GEL | Homepage
To celebrate the @BBC’s new GEL design system site (), @Itsaljones explains their process:
bbc  design  webdesign  styleguide  patternlibrary  ux  ui  gallery  via:beep  atomicdesign  typography 
may 2016 by dirtystylus

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