My good friend Francisco Vera recently released a new version of his personal site where he’s continuously sharing his work and insights on the craft of experience and service design. You can also check the source code for his template on GitHub.
This performant front-end archicture article it’s an excellent high-level technical overview of the entire process for showing a web page, from downloading resources to rendering and prefetching.
On Twelve Days of Front End Testing, Amy Kapernick shows twelve testing tools that cover several aspects of front end testing, such as visual regressions, accesibility, performance, etc.
Request handlers are a different, simpler way to structure a PHP app leveraging the
__invoke() magic method to create truly single-responsibility classes.
A beautiful example about how design choices can have a tangible impact on people’s lives: Why Finnish babies sleep in cardboard boxes – BBC News
Wired posts about the resurfacing of RSS as an option to social and algorithmic feeds and the unlikely yet hopeful persistence of an emblem of the open web – It’s time to head back to RSS?
Why some apps use fake progress bars — a brilliant example of how psychological factors influence design, trading efficiency and speed for trust.