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Seen by Indeed

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iOS 13 Design Guidelines, Templates, and Downloads – Learn UI Design

Maybe you’ve never designed an iPhone app, and have no idea where to begin. Maybe you’ve designed a dozen, but still want one place to reference best practices. Heaven knows Apple’s Human Interface Guidelines are awful to try and read. Either way, this is the guide for you. I cover basically everything you need to […]

monica.css – Monica Dinculescu

February 19, 2020 Back in the day when I worked on Polymer I got used to relying on a bunch of useful CSS classes that at the time we called iron-flex-layout. They were there partly because flexbox was a sadness on IE and you needed to say everything 3 times to maybe get it right […]

Finally, a CSS only solution to :hover on touchscreens

There have been problems with the :hover pseudo-class ever since the first web browser was installed on a touchscreen device. Of course there were solutions, but none of those were the solution. With the new Level 4 Media Queries, this issue seems like it’s solved for good. So let’s say you simply added a :hover […]

Listen to your web pages · GitHub

Listen to your web pages · GitHub

Web Performance Calendar » The unseen performance costs of modern CSS-in-JS libraries in React apps

CSS-in-JS is becoming a popular choice for any new front-end app out there, due to the fact that it offers a better API for developers to work with. Don’t get me wrong, I love CSS, but creating a proper CSS architecture is not an easy task. Unfortunately though, besides some of the great advantages CSS-in-JS […]

Full Stack Pronounced Dead: Welcome 2020 Stack

This leaves us with open questions. Is there still a role for talented individuals with knowledge and skills that span multiple layers? How do we accommodate the diverse mixture of experience that full stack developers have traditionally brought to the project? How does management fulfill all these needs? How should recruiters filter prospective recruits? How […]

Building an accessible autocomplete control | Adam Silver

This is an excerpt from my book, Form Design Patterns. This article starts in the middle of chapter 3, A Flight Booking Form where I’ve been looking at ways to let users enter a destination country. Unfortunately, native HTML form controls just aren’t good enough for this type of interaction. And so we need to […]

Getting fancy with CSS’s Position Sticky

(PSSST, if you’re coming here from CSS Tricks, you might enjoy following me on Twitter for other fun and interesting web shit. But you do you.) Yesterday we published this ambitious story on Esquire about competitive yoga, which apparently is a thing that exists. It’s the result of an experimental collaboration between a few different […]

Old CSS, new CSS / fuzzy notepad

I first got into web design/development in the late 90s, and only as I type this sentence do I realize how long ago that was. And boy, it was horrendous. I mean, being able to make stuff and put it online where other people could see it was pretty slick, but we did not have very […]