The imitation game
The only way to win is not to play.
The only way to win is not to play.
Won’t somebody think of the readers?
A few examples of animation on the web.
The reality of unevenly-distributed browser features isn’t a bug, it’s a feature.
Pimping my home page at Indie Web Camp Nuremberg.
I had the honour being Master of Ceremonies at the world’s first conference dedicated to progressive enhancement.
Packing a whole lotta learning into just five days.
The first conference dedicated to progressive enhancement.
The second edition of HTML5 of Web Designers
Rigidly defined areas of doubt and uncertainty.
The latest Clearleft internship project has just come to an end. It’s been truly inspiring.
From Derbyshire to design fiction.
Robots, robots, robots, robots.
Hats off to Graham.
Robots, smart objects, 3D printing, and teaching design.
Relive Responsive Day Out 3 in the form of moving images
Day ninety five.
Day ninety four.
Bringing the conference series to a close with a bang!
I have a bad feeling about this.
Incrementally improving the perceived performance of Ajax interactions.
Here’s to the next twenty years.
A pair of responsive design events in London.
A handsome redesign with a touch of playfulness.
Responsive Day Out 2: The Squishening
There is a crack, a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in.
Deeper linking for deeper thinking.
The new Code for America website is live. That was quick!
Three days in Munich.
Churn on, Chüne in, chrop out.
The design of CSS.
A beautiful machine.
A little retrospective.
Applying progressive enhancement to responsive navigation patterns.
A big, big gov.
A phone call about the sincerest form of flattery.
Musing on a thirteen year old piece of writing on the web.
In which I permit myself a moment to gloat about liquid layouts.
Apps for designers.
Liveblogging Josh’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.
Liveblogging Jon’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.
Liveblogging Jeffrey’s talk at An Event Apart in Atlanta.
Not all media queries are created equal.
Design iterations over eight years.
Come on down to Brighton on March 1st, 2013. A great day out for £50!
Today is launch day for an exceptionally good project.
Responsive images, compressive images, and icon fonts. Take your pick.
“Common” breakpoints are the new fold.
Responding to responsiveness, as prompted by MacUser UK magazine.
Seven years of audio goodness gathered together in one place.
Archiving a special mention by the greatest archivist of them all.
A future-friendly approach to mobile-first responsive design.
The website of the book.
This. This is how we should build for the web.
Combining responsive design with CSS table layout to rearrange the display of content and navigation.
Putting content first by combining responsive design with the CSS3 flexible box layout module.
There’s a book I want you to read.
Everything new is old again.
Listen in to a conversation I had about responsive web design.
Liveblogging Jared’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Ethan’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Luke’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Veerle’s talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Whitney’s presentation at An Event Apart in Boston.
Liveblogging Jeffrey’s opening talk at An Event Apart in Boston.
In which I repeatedly hammer home the point that it’s all about the content.
Lazy responsiveness or responsive laziness.
Gathering many design principles into one document.
A follow-up on responsive web design.
Clarifying the problem space of responsive web design.
The fine print.
Don’t fear responsive design; embrace it.
My name is Jeremy and I am a URL fetishist.
An oEmbed nip here, a responsive design tuck there.
Let’s get together and feel alright.
An advent calendar for fonts, complete with responsive layout.
A responsive refresh of adactio.com that takes progressive enhancement to the next level.
Giving the UX London site some extra flexibility.
Responsive web design is about more than just media queries.
It’s not you, Twitter, it’s me.
That “new book” smell.
The times, they are a-changin’.
Call yourself a web designer?
Behind the scenes of the latest Clearleft site.
Form follows… another form.
I know! Let’s spend the next few years defining exactly what UX design is …that worked great for Information Architecture.
Liveblogging Whitey Hess at An Event Apart Boston 2009.
Liveblogging Joshua Porter at An Event Apart Boston 2009.
Liveblogging Jason Santa Maria at An Event Apart Boston 2009.
The death and social life of great American cities’ small urban spaces is here for you to use.
Visualising machine tags on Huffduffer.
Scribbling in the margins of the rule book.
Reports of the death of liquid layouts have been greatly exaggerated.
Say it with me.
Design, context and embarrassing old websites.
Liveblogging Dan Cederholm at An Event Apart San Francisco.
Liveblogging Liz Danzico at An Event Apart San Francisco.
Liveblogging Luke Wroblewski at An Event Apart San Francisco.
Liveblogging Jason Santa Maria at An Event Apart San Francisco.
Liveblogging Jeffrey Zeldman at An Event Apart San Francisco.
What to do with those small pieces.
Liveblogging a presentation by Daniel Burka at The Future of Web Design.
Liveblogging a presentation by Jon Hicks at The Future of Web Design.
Liveblogging a talk by Elliot Jay Stocks at The Future of Web Design.
Liveblogging a presentation from Larissa Meek at the Future of Web Design.
Liveblogging a talk from Andy Budd at The Future of Web Design in London.
Liveblogging a session from Steven Pearce and Andy Clarke at the Future of Web Design.
Burrowing into the BBC beta.
Oozing liquid goodness.
Lego as a design tool.
Agreement and disagreement.
The opposite of design thinking.
A street sign vindicates my hatred of badly-designed pedestrian crossings.
Calculating vertical rhythm and horizontal alignment.
Suddenly everybody is spring cleaning their websites.
Hypertext footnotes from my appearances at the Web 2.0 Expo.
Liquid layouts… no, wait, come back!
Softly, softly, designy website.
Technorati redesigns in a rigid kind of way.
Design isn’t just about eye-candy. Bad design kills.
Isn’t it high time we started using CSS to its fullest?
I reflect on a design trend possibly started by Apple.
Some advice for presenting your content on the printed page.
Help yourself to a rich serving of web dev resources.
Jessica’s site has undergone a transformation.
A panel at SXSW reminds me of one of the best non-web redesigns of recent times.