Employee submissions of the day include learning from design failures, some tips for living a productive life, and a high-level, metaphysical reanalysis of standard physics methodologies commonly used to explain our universe.
The topic of conversations this Thursday include political marketing design, AI bugs in gaming, and user-interface design.
Why CAPTCHA has gotten so difficult (interesting read!), a preview of Vue.js 3.0 by Evan You, and an in-depth interview with the senior graphics editor behind a popular American science magazine.
Keep your eye on typography design in this month's themed RC! Today's topics include new 2019 trends in type, unique whiskey bottle branding, and TeenNick's recent bold typography transition.
See why accessibility has gone mainstream thanks to Beyonce Knowles, one argument for using an iPad pro as your main computer and learn how the fire feature from the game "Doom" was developed.
Top news in Tech: Netflix's process behind modernizing their web playback UI, Japan is finally ending their 50-year pager service, and idiots with drones have shut down the UK's second largest airport.
Happy Thanksgiving Thursday to all of our followers! Today's article features Google's new beta web.dev audit tool, whether or not you can trust current web design best practices, and Google's PageSpeed Insights' recent migration to Lighthouse!
Interesting topics of the day include the death of Google+ (how many of you actually use your Plus account anyways?), the persistent and overused infinite scroll feature as a web design choice, and something anybody can relate to–how to get work done when you don’t feel like it.
Featuring an eclectic mix of development, design, and industry news; today's staff picks will keep your industry knowledge up-to-date and well-rounded!
We are really excited about this week's edition of Reader's Corner! Today's articles span a variety of interesting topics, such as the future of autonomous driving technology, a fascinating review of how Best Products (a retired showroom retail store company) challenged the "big box" store archetype in the 1970's with postmodern architecture, and a neat tutorial on using the CSS Flexible Box Layout.