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HTML5 introduced thirteen new types of form input, adding significantly to the number of different fields web designers and developers could add to our forms. But what is the state of those field types in 2019? Let’s find out.
Climate change may not seem like an issue that should concern web developers, but the truth is that our work does have a carbon footprint, and it’s about time we started to think about that.
The Multi-column Layout spec is often overlooked as we use Grid and Flexbox. In this article Rachel Andrew explains why it is different to other layout methods, and shows some useful patterns and sites which showcase it well.
Are you considering transforming old cursive handwriting into a modern digital font? In this article, Carolyn Porter gives advice on what to keep in mind when designing and releasing a new font.
The scope of possibilities to apply Google Cloud Vision is endless. With Python Library available, it can help you bring out deeper interest in Machine Learning technologies.
Better estimates and pricing, applying psychology to UX, design workflow, refactoring, moving to a static site setup, CSS Grid techniques, performance and deployment patterns for HTTP/2.Explore all speakers and topics →
As Chris Coyier points out, there’s a divide happening in front-end development. A divide between people who self-identify as front-end developers, yet have divergent skill sets. How do we move on from here?
Amble provides creative professionals with the opportunity to take a one-month sabbatical in places like Yosemite National Park in exchange for supporting local nonprofits with their skills and expertise.
Every time you create a new virtual host, jinx, a magical wrapper around nginx, saves you a few minutes of repetitive typing.
Internationalization is more than just translating words. It’s about adapting a design to cultural differences, as Jenny Shen points out in her article “Cross-Cultural Design and the Role of UX”.
CAPTCHAs are supposed to verify that a user is a human and not a bot. However, as it turns out, machine learning models can break CAPTCHA systems so efficiently that they don’t provide a better fraud prevention these days.