Topic: Performance Page 2

The Power of Responsive Design Sprints

In 2008, I sat gobsmacked in Web 2.0 Expo session. The topic of M. Jackson Wilkinson‘s presentation was “Design and User Experience in the Agile Process“, and I literally couldn’t imagine designing that way. Fast forward seven years,… More

Case Study: Our SVG Icon Process

When I wrote about why you shouldn’t use icon fonts in your next web project, I had no idea it would spark so much heated debate and intense discussion. One recurring question stood out to me: How might one… More

Responsive Image Breakpoints Generator

Responsive image breakpoints have vexed me for nearly four years. They have been my personal koan—my unsolvable problem—until today. See a couple of years ago, I had a crazy idea to pick image breakpoints using performance budgets. More

Seriously, Don’t Use Icon Fonts

Icons are everywhere. These “little miracle workers” (as John Hicks described them) help us reinforce meaning in the interfaces we design and build. Their popularity in web design has never been greater; the conciseness and versatility of pictograms… More

Dare to Repeat Yourself (At First)

It was mid-afternoon on a Wednesday when my team started finding strange bugs in older versions of Internet Explorer. At first these appeared to be unrelated… until we noticed seemingly random chunks of style appeared to be missing entirely. What… More


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