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There are lots of different types of menu on the web. Creating inclusive experiences is a question of using the right menu patterns in the right places, with the right markup and behavior.
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Editor’s Note: Our dear friend Anselm Hannemann summarizes what happened in the web community in the past few weeks in one handy list, so that you can catch up on everything new and important. Enjoy!
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When using any new CSS, the question of browser support has to be addressed. This is even more of a consideration when new CSS is used for layout as with Flexbox and CSS Grid, rather than things we might consider an enhancement.
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If anything’s clear in 2017, it’s that lying is back in fashion (if it ever left us at all). From the heated fake news debate to the false data provided by Facebook, lying is all the rage these days. A white lie here and there is no big deal. We’re …
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There are so many ways to leave a memorable impression and create a connection. Designing empty states well is one of them. Empty States UX collects some great examples.
Need to upscale or enhance a low-quality image? Let’s Enhance uses machine learning to boost resolution and add missing details to make images look crisp.
How can we design conversational voice user interfaces with accessibility in mind? Some tips and techniques by Bo Campbell.
A collection of keyboard shortcuts for designers that’ll make your workflow so much more efficient. For Sketch, Principle, InVision, Figma, the Adobe suite, and more.
We’ve got a password problem. Luke Wroblewski has quite a lot of reasons to hate the username/password authentication process. There are alternatives.