CSS3 Structural Pseudo-class Expressions Explained | Impressive Webs
Do you know how structural pseudo-class expressions work? What? You don't know what they are? You are definitely missing out and falling behind. Louis Lazaris explains what they are and how they work with some serious help from Ana in the comments. You should read the article and the comments and start using these things. You'll be confused first but very happy after a while.
Hiding content untangled: Hiding vs. moving out of the visible viewport | Marco’s accessibility blog
Would this be the definite article on hiding content? I've read some before but it seems to me that Marco Zehe write the last one. Read the whole article and remember the conclusion:
If something should remain hidden until the user performs a conscious action, use “display: none;”. Should something, on the other hand, become visible when navigated to via the keyboard, or be discoverable by screen reader users right away, use negative positioning.
A Brief Rant on the Future of Interaction Design
When normal people write a brief rant they open up twitter, write a tweet or two and move on. When Bret Victor writes a brief rant he writes an article, with great examples, in a language that everybody can understand, but above all an article which will result in the end of so called visionary movies about interactions of the future where people use simple touch devices. An absolute must read, an instant classic.
Pew Internet: Mobile | Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project
How many Americans have a mobile phone and what do they do with it. Answers to those questions are on this page (that gets updated every now and then).
A Closer Look At Font Rendering | Smashing Magazine
Ever wondered why your beautiful site with nice big custom webfonts looks great on your Mac but looks like shit on that Windos PC? Here's an excellent and easy to understand article by Tim Ahrens that explains it all. You should read it and you should point all designers to it.
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I want to attend this conference.
Yes, you guessed it right by the title, this is a site filled with myths about UX like "People don't scroll", "Design is about making a website look good", and "You are like your users".
Modularity and Style Guides – David Bushell – Web Design & Front-end Development
How to start building a website? Here's the answer by David Bushell who gives the great advice to start with building a style guide.
What’s the Deal With Display: Inline-Block? | Design Shack
display:inline-block works exactly, why it looks and behaves as it does? Joshua Johnson explains in this detailed article. A definite must read.
Myth #5: Accessibility is expensive and difficult - UX Myths
Making an accesisble site is not hard. Making an inaccessible site accessible on the other hand can be very hard.