I remember the first time I opened Microsoft Paint and created something on a computer.
Who are the humans and who are the bots? Human authentication, while preserving privacy, and removing anonymity is the answer.
It is tempting to build abstractions so developers have to do less and build more.
How returning to the craft taught me to be a better leader.
In 1995, I got my first PC with Windows 95 and my first web browser, unbeknownst to me at the time, was Internet Explorer 1.0.
I haven’t signed to any major web labels.
The importance of revisiting past decisions. Especially when it comes to the web.
Design Thinking is dead yet there it is, smeared all over LinkedIn, peeking out from job descriptions and lurking in resumés.
Exploring the role – and discipline – of design in a world where no one is a "user".
We’re seeing an incredibly unlikely comeback: the web is thriving again.
A short illustrated story about growing up online.
We have a skewed image of what we should be as developers. And more and more people get depressed and feel bad because of it.
It’s been five years since I’ve created myself an actual, personal website.
So we’re stopped at the light. And I say, “Hey, Ben. What color is the light?” And he says, “It’s green.”
When I first fell in love with the web, it was a radically different place.
A history of our metaphorical understanding of the web.
As I explored the art and transportation of Japan, I started to rethink my life.
After 25 years of working for, on and with the web, I am looking at the current state of it and I don’t like it.
Designers have been trying to shake the misconception that design is not art for a long time.
Out there in the multiverse is a reality where the web is a complete borefest.