An excellent location-based resource for US citizens looking to make a difference in the 2018 midterm elections.
A lesson on the importance of handling each state of an interface:
- the blank state,
- the loading state,
- the partial state,
- the error state,
- and the ideal state
…instead of just focusing on that last one.
A fascinating look at the history of cookies …from the inventor of cookies.
Don’t let James Bridle get a hold of this.
A really nice explanation by Todd Kloots of Twitter’s use of progressive enhancement with Ajax and the HTML5 History API. There’s even a shout for Hijax in there.
Remember when I linked to the story of Twitter’s recent redesign of their mobile site and I said it would be great to see it progressively enhanced up to the desktop version? Well, here’s a case study that does just that.
I’m in Texas right now.
These are the final statements of men and women who have been executed by the state of Texas.
A lovely responsive portfolio showcasing a lovely responsive site. Responsinception!
A delightful online book that makes excellent use of HTML5's history API.
Very very cool and addictive cross between Tetris and geography knowledge. It took me 19:45 to get all of Europe on a medium setting. That's pathetic.