It’s not just the “what” but it’s also the “who” that makes a PM successful and happy! Here are some of the qualities we exhibit to help our PMs – and keep them smiling. 😁
Colors on the web are confusing — but they don't have to be! The HSL format makes it easy for humans and computers to work with color.
In case you missed it, last month we released Lighthouse Parade, a CLI tool to automatically run and aggregate Lighthouse performance reports across an entire site. One of the most requested features has been the ability to limit which pages are crawled. We're excited to release Lighthouse Parade 1.1, which introduces three new flags to accommodate these use cases.
Development toolchains now have many more layers of tools than they did years ago. Because of this change, the JS code that runs in our users' browsers looks less like the original code we authored. Periodically checking the code generated by our tools can lead to opportunities to reduce bundle size and improve performance for users.
Micro-interactions are small, singular interactions that serve one purpose: communicate meaningful feedback to users in a positive and welcoming way. People like to constantly know what’s going to happen when an action is performed and…
When Cloud Four was founded back in 2007, the founders set out a vision for the type of company they wanted to build. This has set the tone of the company since then, specifically…
For a recent project, we built an isomorphic application with Nuxt.js. It was important for our app to function for users even if they were offline, so I got to work on turning…
A loosely organized and inexhaustive list of feedback and suggestions I frequently give designers.
I accidentally became Cloud Four's resident expert on dynamic circular containing elements. Here are my tips and tricks.
After years of defaulting to PostCSS as our CSS processor of choice, we've recently considered reintroducing Sass to our stack.