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Responsive Images Are Here. Now What?

Responsive images have landed in Chrome and Opera. They are in development for Firefox and Webkit. They are under consideration for Internet Explorer. This is an amazing accomplishment. To get here, the following happened including many firsts: The Responsive Images… More

When to use for resolution switching

I wrote recently about why you shouldn’t use <picture> for responsive images most of the time. In short, my argument is that most responsive images fall under the resolution switching use case and that is best used for… More

Image Resizing Services

Responsive images are landing soon and many organizations are looking for ways to resize images. Thankfully, there are a number of startups, established companies, and open source solutions for image resizing. I’ve pulled together a spreadsheet of the image… More

Don’t use <picture> (most of the time)

Browser support for the picture specification is landing and as Marcos Cáceres said, it is time to “go forth and <picture> all the things!” Except you shouldn’t. You shouldn’t <picture> all the things. But you should start using… More

Did you try to reach us?

I’m embarrassed to admit it. I screwed up and if you tried to contact us over the last few months, there is a chance your message didn’t get through. Specifically, messages sent via the contact form on our site weren’t… More

Slow and ugly

Many years ago at a previous job, I was responsible for pushing our organization to adopt a new ticket tracking system. We decided to use an open source project called Request Tracker (RT). This was before the days of… More

An Event Apart 2014

Speaking at An Event Apart is intimidating. Last year, I was privileged to speak twice, and I was terrified each time. While I thought I gave a good talk both times, I realized after my first talk that I… More


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