If you like math and CSS, you’ll love this one. We don’t need to use media queries to change the values of some CSS properties —
etc. — depending on the viewport width, with the CSS
function. But: we still need to use media queries for changing colors, borders, shadows and other CSS styles.
Do you need a little inspiration boost? Well, then our new batch of desktop wallpapers is for you. Designed by artists and designers from across the globe, they come in versions with and without a calendar for August 2022.
Testing is not just about tools and processes. It’s about architecture. In this article, Noam Rosenthal will share his experience on how to organize testing and find the right balance between front-end and subsystems and between different strategies.
In this article, Olushuyi explores a mental model that helps you decide between the
elements when writing documents. You will explore how grouping content affects accessibility and how you can make it all count for users.
In this article, Luis Ouriach helps to develop your own guiding principles to become a better designer so that you can walk into the design critique meetings with more confidence and really deliver the best representation of your ideas.
Optimizing the size of images can have a bigger impact on performance than all other areas combined. In this article, Louis Lazaris covers different tools available for reducing the size of images.
“Segmented Rendering” is a new pattern and it will change the Jamstack game forever. Let’s try to push the boundaries of static rendering and learn how to apply it to personalized content.