So it’s been a long time coming but I have just opened up the WDW Store. Just t-shirts and stickers at the moment but if you enjoy this newsletter, why not take the next step and get your hands on some of the goodies to help support it! (web-design-weekly.com)
At CSSconf.eu, 200 of the best frontend developers and designers will gather in Berlin for a one day conference that will showcase the future of CSS development. Check out the line-up and unlock your discount with the code “WDW<3CSS” at cssconf.eu. (cssconf.eu)
The implementation of srcset doesn’t address all the responsive images use cases, but it does represent a major step towards a long overdue solution. Mat Marquis gives us a run down on what we need to know as developers. (smashingmagazine.com)
Since the days of HTML 2 we’ve been able to semantically indicate added or removed information using the elements <ins> and <del>. These elements seem simple on the surface but they have hidden depths. Oli Studholme dives in and exlpores. (html5doctor.com)
For all the engineers and PMs out there wondering how to crack the strange, retina-sharp, helvetica-typed world of design: this is for you. (medium.com)
Chris Coyier blogged about spacing the bottom of modules a few weeks ago. This week Josh Nederveld blogged about why he prefers spacing the top. What is your method of madness? (clarknikdelpowell.com)
In this video, Addy Osmani and Paul Kinlan demo a new experimental bookmarklet for detecting critical CSS for above the fold content. (addyosmani.com)
Tools / Resources
The team behind Bootstrap have been working extremely hard and managed to release version 3 on their two year anniversary. The big change with this version is that it is now Mobile-First! (getbootstrap.com)
Chris digs into Alexey Ten’s popular SVG fallback technique and finds some pretty interesting stuff including some unexpected behavior that is a bit of a pain in the backside. (css-tricks.com)
We don’t need page numbers on the web, you can scroll your way through a piece of text at the flick of a finger. But how do you know how far through an article you are? (bbrks.me)
Last But Not Least…
The sixth issue has just gone on sale. Do yourself a favour, head over and click “buy”. This issue is once again packed with awesomeness. It includes articles on Daniel Burka, Jeff Veen, Joshua Topolsky, Matt Wigham, Jenna Brinning, Jon Lax and many more. (offscreenmag.com)
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