Like Twitter before it, Slack announces that remote work will become a permanent option as it becomes a more "distributed company", your website design and its performance on mobile could be causing "fight or flight" stress for your users, the anatomy of push notifications, and why you should build features users don't ask for.
Brand guidelines and logo manuals from iconic designs of the 60s and 70s, 8 tips to quickly improve UIs, a review of website speeds, and some of the awesome features of the Duck Duck Go search engine.
Zoom won't enable encryption for free users, a way to get images into the browser console, some awesome stuff you can do with the CSS content property, an ultimate guide to the WordPress database, and Tim Berners-Lee on the digital divide.
Apple have licensed some excellent fonts, but you'll need to download them through Font Book, Harry Roberts tries to optimise the performance of Google Fonts, Delicious Brains update their server installation guide for running WordPress on Ubuntu 20.04, a couple of UI/UX articles on form fields, and Jazz Keys, a beautiful diversion to end the week.
The days are getting shorter and colder here but just as busy. This week we've got some typography and design links. A helpful guide to fonts for complex data, reader submitted maps of their worlds in the time of coronavirus, a brand identity by Pentagram for The Mental Health Coalition, and Hoefler & Co have released a helpful new block of text for proofing fonts, to replace the pangrams we've grown used to.
This week, a few CSS articles. A gallery of CSS art showing what can be created using a single div element, a guide to min, max and clamp, now that these comparison functions are supported, and a series of tutorials showing modern solutions to old CSS problems.
A quiet week with a couple of interesting CSS articles. A guide to text selection in CSS, a minor but nice touch for your website. A detailed list of CSS functions. And, according to new research, nearly 50% of Twitter accounts talking about the Coronavirus might be bots.
A look at the technical problems of real-world contact tracing applications, morphing animations with CSS, pseudo-randomness in CSS, and a helpful guide to the differences between dropdown lists and listboxes and when to use them.