This is right up my alley: fast loading and efficient mobile. While this is pretty extreme, it’s pretty cool at the same time — minimizing load time to the nth degree.
Archive for the ‘Web Development’ Category
Nice list of ways to support retina displays (higher end smartphones and laptops mainly).
I like that it still makes the assertion that despite us in the design and development communities, high density displays are still the exception, rather than the rule. But those numbers are getting larger as time goes on.
Came across this the other day, and seemed interesting — at least for the prototyping/mocking up of iOS-bound applications.
This is pretty impressive — what a modern browser and just a bit of CSS (lots of transforms and some animation), HTML and a single image can do.
I’m embarrassedly inept with some of this accessibility stuff. Interesting read.
Columns have always been an issue in post-table designed web pages. I’ve always addressed it with JS to make equal columns. This is a much better (and cleaner) solution.
Awesome infographic walking developers (and designs with some CSS and HTML chops) through responsive development. The section on media queries and where to choose to cut up the different resolutions is invaluable, and print and post worthy.
Hat tip, Ben for sharing this one.
Been spending a ton of time in WordPress and its PHP lately, so thought it was only appropriate to share the article below. I’m very familiar with WP, and hadn’t heard of any of these plugins, but about to try a couple of them.
A co-worker shared this last week, and have been meaning to post it on here. I’ve always just hidden the admin bar of WordPress via CSS (or via the settings on a per-user basis in the wp-admin), but this is a cleaner and more efficient way to get rid of it.