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Links 1 through 10 of 5131 Jeremy Keith's Bookmarks

There’s something so grim about the resigned acceptance of centralisation here. It’s in general no longer about the creativity, it’s about the business.

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Scott introduces a polyfill for CSS snap points.

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Hidde’s write-up of the Progressive Web App Dev Summit: It was exciting to hear about the technologies, and to see that a lot of them already work on a great deal of platforms. Most of the major browser vendors expressed how much they liked the idea, so it is realistic to say support will increase

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Charlotte outlines the process she used in creating her talk at Dot York. It was a real joy to see it come together.

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The history and physiology of text on screen. You can also see the slides from the talk that prompted this article.

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Striking that balance between the reusability of modular components and maintaining a big-picture vision of the overall design: We should always strive to use patterns in an application. For example, consistent use of colors and font sizes can quickly indicate to the user elements in the UI that ca

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Cameron looks back on his 2007 Mobile Web Design book: I don’t anticipate native apps will die off anytime soon. But I’m warming to the idea that they may be less relevant to the future of the web, and I reaffirm that “a browser will be — or should be — sufficient for interacting with web content.”

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It is a sad and beautiful world wide web: The technology that let people make web sites never went away. You can still set up a site as if it were 1995. But culture changes, as do expectations. It takes a certain set of skills to create your own web site, populate it with cool stuff, set up a web s

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The slides from Aaron’s talk at OS Bridge in Portland, looking at the formats and protocols powering the indie web.

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