Reader's Corner No. 99: The World's Most Murderous Malware, Designing a Motion-Reduced Variant of your Site, and The Last Blockbuster on Earth

April 25, 2019

Another great Reader's Corner, this edition featuring recent advances in malware, new accessibility solutions for motion-sickness prone web users, and a very neat update from the owner of the very last Blockbuster on earth.


Reader's Corner No. 98: Law Rules Oxford Comma Necessary, None of My Projects Want to be SPA's, and Designing a Font Based On Old Handwriting

April 11, 2019

We're covering a wide variety of topics in this edition! Read on to keep up with new grammar rules, the pace of change in web development, and learn how to transform old cursive handwriting into a digital font.


Reader's Corner No. 97: 7 Fantastic Design Fails, Seeking the Productive Life, and a Different Kind of Theory of Everything

March 7, 2019

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.


Reader's Corner No. 96: Under the Hood of Password Managers, OpenStreetMap as Google Maps Alternative, and "Unhackable" Blockchains Now Getting Hacked

February 21, 2019

If you've ever been curious about how password managers work, thought about switching from the paid Google Maps API to an alternative service, or have been suspicious of cryptocurrency security...this is the Reader's Corner for you!


Reader's Corner No. 93: Typography Trends in 2019, Unique Label Designs for Whiskey Bottles, and TeenNick's Typography Rebrand

January 31, 2019

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.


Reader's Corner 91: WeWork's Terrible New Name Change, Conversations with Robots, and Dominating Search by Answering Questions

January 17, 2019

WeWork's new branding campaign faces backlash, why editors should consider the transition to structured content, and dominating search engine results by providing quality answers to what users are asking.


Reader's Corner No. 90: Beyonce.com Lawsuit Reminds Us How Shitty the Web Is for the Visually Impaired, iPad Pro as a Main Computer, and How Doom Fire was Done

January 10, 2019

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.


Reader's Corner No. 89: Let's Talk About Fast Travel, Cheating AI Software, and Updates on Google's Mobile-First Indexing Initiative

January 3, 2019

Our first Reader's Corner of 2019 covers the fast travel gaming debate, worrisome discoveries in the machine learning field, and a guide to Google's mobile-first indexing initiative.


Reader's Corner No 88: Modernizing Web Playback UI, Japan Ends 50-Year Pager Service, and Idiots with Drones Shut Down UK Airport

December 20, 2018

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.


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