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Web Design Weekly #159

Jeremy Keith has come to the party with a great post about CSS for it’s 20th birthday. Adam Beres-Deak dived into web font performance. Sara Soueidan did and epic post on CSS-Tricks. Andrew Nacin, one of the lead developers of WordPress talks about WordPress philosophy and more. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #158

Laura Kalbag looks into why you should get out of your comfort some to explore the unknown. Matthew Setter explains how to work with other people’s code. Emma Sax covers some easy to follow points on how to make background videos accessible. Kahlil Lechelt released a new JavaScript podcast called Descriptive and lots more. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #157

Tyler Gaw goes into detail on how you can access native OS X frameworks with JavaScript. James Shore does a great review of React. Zach Leatherman drops some great knowledge on how to improve the use of @font-face. More awesome screencasts by Adam Morse and more. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #156

Jason Grigsby clarifies when it is a good time to use the picture element. Luke Wroblewski wrote about Mat Marquis’s recent talk about the future of responsive images. Rob Dodson explains how to setup a Polymer project using the new Yeoman generator and more. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #155

Bobby Grace wrote about how they structure CSS at Trello. Lots of news about all the changes in iOS8. Steven Fabre blogged about his process of making an animated banner ad with no images for CodePen. Chris Lema posted about the healthy WordPress community. The Facebook developers gave a sneak peel at a new tool called Flow which is for analysing and type checking JavaScript and lots more. Enojy!

Web Design Weekly #154

A great case study by Vitaly Friedman that looks behind the scenes in how the Smashing Magazine team worked super hard to optimise their website. Pete Hunt dives into the details on how Instagram.com works. PayPal released an accessible HTML5 video player. Ian Feather was on the ShopTalk show talking about lots of great front-end tips and more. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #153

The talented team at the Verge released a fully responsive site. WordPress 4.0 was released. Jon Raasch explores a variety of emulators and simulators that you can use for quick and easy testing. Scott Gilbertson takes a look into the element and its importance for the web. Addy Osmani drops lots of knowledge around JavaScript memory management and so much more. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #152

Jacob Thornton explains some of the steps they have taken to craft Medium’s CSS and where it is today. The team at Smashing Magazine do a quick tour of WordPress 4.0. Jeroen Wijering gives a good overview of the HTML5 <track> element. Sara Soueidan wrote about making embedded SVGs responsive and more. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #151

A new package manager called Duo was just released which blends the best ideas from Component, Browserify and Go. Henrik Joreteg gives a very good overview of some of the most popular JavaScript tools and frameworks. Ed Kelley dives into some details about using HTML5 Canvas for map markers. Sass 3.4 was released and lots more. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #150

Big 150! Lots of goodies in this weeks issue focusing on CSS. Ben Frain wrote a great article about the best practices and approaches when authoring CSS for large, rapidly changing sites. Harry Roberts released the first pass at his CSS Guidelines which has lots of great information on writing sane CSS. Todd Motto passed on some nice times on speeding up Angular JS apps. The talented team at Thought Works released a set of package patterns on top of the already popular Bourbon and so much more. Enjoy!

Web Design Weekly #149

Keith Clark demonstrates how to use CSS Transforms. Mark Otto gives the low down on how the new GitHub Issues came to be. Barry Clark explains how to build a blog with Jekyll and GitHub pages. Manuel Lima expands on the main design principles that helps Codecademy with there redesign. Harry Roberts gives some great advice on how to make a name for yourself and how to make it as a professional front-end developer and so much more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #148

Marcos Cáceres and Bruce Lawson take a look at the current Manifest specification that is in early implementations in both Blink and Gecko. Dave Rupert dives deeper into responsive web design bloat. Chris Coyier talks about CodePen’s CSS structure. Zoe Gillenwater explains how to do full-width pinned layout with flexbox and more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #147

A great article by on the Opera blog about responsive images with lots of use cases and code snippets to help you on the right track. Brad Frost explore the principles of adaptive design. Ryan Seddon dives into some cool UITableView demos with JavaScript and Flexbox. Chris Coyier released a great posts with a huge amount of SVG links and more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #146

Ben Edwards looking into the history and ways to author critical css above-the-fold. Harry Roberts looks at two ways of safely hacking your specificity up or down in CSS. Maxim Shirshin gives an overview of the BEM methodology. HTML5 DevConf videos have been released and so much more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #145

Tim Kadlec talks about how the “responsive design is bad for performance” myth can actually be really good for performance. Sara Soueidan goes over the clipping techniques in both CSS and SVG. Sophie Shepherd has some nice ammunition for your next conversation about “The Fold”. Jonathan Snook looks at ways to organise our CSS and Tim Evko looks into Front End Security.

Web Design Weekly #144

Anselm Hannemann explores a pretty rad technique to colorize a video with CSS. Matt Steele talks about Responsive Images and how to adapt your site to be lean and fast. Jeff Dicky blogged about using Node.js in production. Axel Rauschmayer talked about six technologies that will change the web platform and more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #143

Some super exciting things happening with Firefox Nightly shipping WebIDE. Brad Frost talks about why designing with dynamic content is so important in providing more thoughtful, realistic and resilient designs. Marcus Taylor explores was to improve your WordPress site. The Framer.js team released Framer Studio for easier prototyping and lots more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #142

Google released a comprehensive resource for creating a multi-device web. Internet Explore started shipping a dev channel. The New York Times posted a great article about their CMS. Krasimir Tsonev blogged about dependency injection in JavaScript. Campaign Monitor released Canvas which helps build HTML emails with ease and lots more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #141

Jeffery Zeldman wrote about the very sad event that Eric and Kat Meyer have endured. Nate Hunzaker discussed and interesting technique that uses a JSON file to share data between Sass and JavaScript. Smashing Magazine published a basic introduction to jQuery. Callum Macrae explains how to use Gulp to make your development workflow faster and more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #140

Greg Smith floats the idea of setting the overflow property to auto as default in an interesting article. Lots of news around Apple’s new iOS 8. Ashely Nolan put together a great post discussing the idea that out Sass is getting to complex. Drew Barontini shared the idea of why it is good to write your CSS in a modular manner. Enjoy.