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Web Design Weekly #340

The State of JavaScript 2018 results are out. Ire Aderinokun explains how you can utilise WebP in your sites today. React 16.x Roadmap and loads more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #339

Google released a great resource for developers of all backgrounds to learn, create, and solve on the web. Harry Roberts does a rather large brain dump of all things relating to CSS and performance. Rachel Andrews shares a range of reasons why people use a third-party framework and the positive and negative things about doing so. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #338

Harry Roberts introduces three types of testing (Proactive, Reactive and Passive) and dives into how and when they should be carried out. Julian Gaviria takes a deep dive into server-side split testing. Jeff Wainwright dives into the wonderful world of Continuous Integration and lots more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #337

Design in China is still relatively new and with that comes unique challenges and opportunities. In this great post, Tobias van Schneider interviews Guang Yu and Nod Young to enlighten us. Facebook recently rolled out a new feature, 3D Photos, or, as they call it in their JavaScript: 2.5D Photos and lots more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #336

Dave Rupert shares some thoughts around the User Experience costs of third-party scripts. Canva product designer Iain Dowling explains how they use a systems-first approach to tackle design challenges in product delivery. Addy Osmani provides some great information on starting a performance budget and lots more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #335

The Clearleft team share some great insights in how a correctly implemented design system can help large organisations improve their web experience for their customers. Jon Yablonski shares his thoughts on why every designer should learn the fundamentals of psychology and lots more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #334

Tim Berners-Lee shares some wise words about why he has always believed the web is for everyone and why he is always fighting fiercely to protect it. A look into the steps your browser takes to convert HTML, CSS and JavaScript into a working website you can interact with. Create React App 2.0 has been released and lots more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #333

Mat Marquis shines a light on one of the biggest challenges for website performance. Philip Walton dives a strategy he has dubbed “Idle Until Urgent” and loads more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #332

The Chrome team highlight some of the major changes they have helped bring to the web in the last 10 years. Ethan Marcotte shares some strong thoughts about how we should be treating accessibility within our work and lots more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #331

Kyle Peatt explains how the effort required to build a design system is tiny compared to the effort required to maintain it. lbino Tonnina raises some really good points around the challenges of keeping the UI consistent and cohesive within large app. Babel 7 released and loads more. Enjoy.