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CSS Hell - To Hell with bad CSS!

Collection of common CSS mistakes, and how to fix them.

Measuring Web Performance in 2021: The Definitive Guide

This is the complete guide to the metrics, methods, and measurements of web performance in 2021.


React components and hooks library with native dark theme support and focus on usability, accessibility and developer experience.

Observable Plot

New JavaScript library for visualization of tabular data with a concise and memorable API to foster fluency and help you try out ideas quickly.

The Humble <img> Element And Core Web Vitals

Images have also been a key part of the web. They communicate ideas instantly, but they are also a lot heavier than text to load.


Power-up your charging experience with these innovative dynamic wallpapers.

Container Queries Explainer & Proposal

A path forward, with single-axis containment

Visual Testing Handbook

Learn how to ship UIs without worrying about stowaway bugs

Bringing Wikipedia to the homescreen on iOS

When Apple introduced an update to widgets with iOS 14, the Wikipedia iOS team was excited to take the opportunity to rethink our own.

Bootstrap 5 released

The first stable release of the front-end toolkit includes new components, utilities and a new logo.

Classic UX books from the 1980s

Uncover or revisit 9 classic UX books from the 1980s by Norman, Tufte, Shneiderman, and others.

Tridimensionality: skeuomorphism, flat design, and neumorphism

This text explores the characteristics, rationale, and representation resources of three of the most relevant recent UI styles.

Create better conference slides and presentations

Tips and advice to help non designers craft slides that look professional and help catch the audience. And a bonus checklist!

Redesigning Amazon’s Kindle app for avid readers

3 UX Pain Points of Avid Ebook Readers and How to Fix Them

The State of CSS Cross-Browser Development

My thoughts on why cross-browser development is better than in the past.

Frontend Practice

A collection of real websites for developers to recreate to improve and test their skills.

Why I Build Design Systems with Stitches and Radix

For the last couple of years, we at Modulz worked hard to facilitate how teams can build, maintain and scale their design systems.

Fonts in Popular Culture Identified Vol. 3

See the fonts used in popular culture—featuring Girls Don’t Cry, Cook This Book, Lovecraft Country, Mrs America and more.

Web History Chapter 8: CSS

In June of 2006, web developers and designers from around the world came to London for the second annual @media conference.

The Psychology of Clubhouse’s User Retention (…and churn)

Clubhouse’s growth has skyrocketed... but can it keep its users? This case study digs into the psychology behind its user retention challenge.