Eric Portis digs into how the browser decides which image to downloads when you give it
<img srcset="" sizes"">. Notably, a browser can do whatever it wants:
Intentionally un-specified behavior lets browsers provide innovative answers to an open-ended question.
Still, calculations happens based on what you give it and you can still do a good job with that part.
The very weirdest part about all this is that the
sizes attribute can alter an images “natural width”, which can …
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There has long been an unfortunate disconnect between visual design for the web and web design and development. We’re over here designing pictures of websites, not websites – so the sentiment goes.
A.J. Kandy puts a point on all this. We’re seeing a proliferation of design tools these days, all with their own leaps forward. Yet…
But, critically, the majority of them aren’t web-centric. None really integrate with a modern web development workflow, not without converters or plugins anyway; and …
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Ryan Singer writes about project and time management issues that I’ve been experiencing lately. He describes two states of every project: uncertainty and certainty, or “figuring things out” and “making it happen.”
Ryan describes it like this:
Work is like a hill with two sides. There’s an uphill phase of figuring out what to do and how to approach the problem. That’s the climb. After you reach the top, there aren’t anybody [sic] ruinous unknowns. You can see down to …
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Attracting customers and business associates is one of the crucial aspects of every new business enterprise. If you’ve just set your foot onto the business path, it’s vital to know that you need to generate new leads in a personal manner. And the most personal feature used by every entrepreneur is the email service. Therefore, …
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Users have short—very short—attention spans. That’s probably evident just looking through your website analytics. This makes it more important than ever to deploy design techniques that help users scan and get the most information from your website in the shortest time possible. It is your job to understand what users need to glean from the […]
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