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Links 1 through 10 of 5446 Jeremy Keith's Bookmarks

Some really great CSS tips from Rich on sizing display text for multiple viewports. adactio.com/links/11596

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Remy’s excellent digital book is now available for your purchasing pleasure. I wrote a cheeky foreword for it. adactio.com/links/11593

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Remy wants to be able to apply progressive enhancement to React: server-side and client-side rendering, sharing the same codebase. He succeeded, but… In my opinion, an individual or a team starting out, or without the will, aren’t going to use progressive enhancement in their approach to applying s

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I really, really like Heydon’s framing of inclusive design: yes, it covers accessibility, but it’s more than that, and it’s subtly different to universal design. He also includes some tips which read like design principles to me: Involve code early Respect conventions Don’t be exact Enforce sim

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Jason talks through the service worker strategy for his company website. adactio.com/links/11589

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Cennydd enumerates what design sprints are good for: generating momentum, highlighting the scope of the design process, developing the team, or provoking core product issues. And also what they’re not so good for: reliable product design, proposing sophisticated user research, answering deep

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Progressive enhancement’s core value proposition, for me, is that HTML and CSS have features that are powerful in their own right. Using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript together makes for more reliable products than just using Javascript alone in a single-page-app. This philosophy doesn’t apply to every

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Eric is excited about the imminent arrival of grid layout in browsers. And after reading the answers to these sure-to-be-frequently asked questions, you’ll be excited too! adactio.com/links/11585

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This is a wonderful service! Handcrafted artisanal passwords made with a tried and trusted technique: You roll a die 5 times and write down each number. Then you look up the resulting five-digit number in the Diceware dictionary, which contains a numbered list of short words. That’s the descriptio

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Software is politics, because software is power. The transcript of a tremendous talk by Richard Pope. adactio.com/links/11583

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