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Responsive Hero Images

Hero images present unique challenges for responsive designs. During a recent responsive images audit, we found a unique solution which I wanted to share. What are hero images? Until a couple years ago, I was unfamiliar with the term… More

Responsive Images Audits

When you start incorporating the new responsive images standards across your site, the task can seem daunting. How do you know which standards to use and where? How will you maintain the new markup and image sizes? We have… More

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

Fixed and inflexible

Even before smartphones came along and dashed any hope for a 960-pixel-wide web, designers and organizations have struggled with the challenge of prioritizing and composing content that scrolls. Our screens act like windows to content of variable… More

Beyond “Hello, World” with Gulp

(This post is for: web developers who have used, or thought about using, a build tool before, are JS-comfy and maybe have noodled around in node.js but wouldn’t, say, feel up to submitting a talk to a node conference.) It… More

Fantastic intro to new srcset and sizes

I normally don’t write a post simply to link to another article, but if you’ve enjoyed the things I’ve written about responsive images, you really should read what Eric Portis wrote about Srcset and Sizes. Eric describes the logic… More

What’s New in hideShowPassword 2

Last June, we released our hideShowPassword plugin for improving the experience of password-entry (particularly on mobile devices). As of this writing, it’s our most-starred and most-forked project on GitHub. We’ve released a handful of… More


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