All Posts for 2013
Turning Against ‘Streams’ as a Media Design Principle
Taken at its most literal, the “streams” mindset has resulted in news designs optimized almost exclusively around reverse chronological lists.
You Had Me at Version 3.2
CSS maestro Dan Cederholm returns to the A Book Apart series with the release of Sass for Web Designers.
Print to Screen, Static to Dynamic
When comparing digital systems and legacy artifacts, it’s important to remember digital systems aren’t fully realized until they’re interacted with.
- He Ain’t Snowfalling, He’s My Brother
- Building Digital Literacy in the Newsroom
- Third-Party Tracking and the Cookie Clearinghouse
- Chrome’s Lax Password Storage
- Pale Blue Dot Revisited
- Combining to Yield Intuition
Making Inline SVG Play Nice in Legacy IE
Last week I was tearing my hair out trying to track down why the latest version of this site was rendering so badly in legacy versions of Internet Explorer. Here’s what I found.
Considering the Visual Future of iOS
Jason Santa Maria captures something about the “flat vs skeuomorphic” debate that’s been bugging me, especially when it comes to iOS.
Easier Fluid Layouts Using Justified Alignment
A great fluid layout technique that doesn’t require hard-coding horizontal margins.
State of Transition
Yesterday was my birthday, so I gave myself the gift of a redesign.
- The New Yorker Launches Strongbox
- The End of the Blink Tag
- Manifesto of the PRKA
Video of my talk about digital publishing at the re:build conference in Indianapolis.
Let Them Eat Main Elements
So it looks like we’ll be getting a
mainelement in HTML5 after all. Good news. But Jeremy Keith poses a question I’ve been wondering about too.