Examples of good animation: it should feel natural and act to clarify what just happened
Over-animated interfaces can have a negative impact on the user experience, but subtle and invisible animation can improve it significantly.
Read more from the source: Medium
HTTP2 is based on Google’s SPDY and will change the way you minify and bundle assets
HTTP2 will mean a change in how we should build websites. The best practices of HTTP1 are harmful in a HTTP2 world.
Remember the (hacky) practices below? Well with HTTP2 they are obsolete and even detrimental to performance.
– Image sprites
– Concatenating JS and CSS
– Serving assets from a cookie-less domain.
– Creating different domains or sub-domains to host assets like images.
Read more from the source: mattwilcox.net
I explained Rubber Duck Programming to some coworkers and loved Jeff Atwood’s article on the subject
Jeff Atwood of Coding Horror writes:
I love this particular story because it makes it crystal clear how the critical part of rubber duck problem solving is to totally commit to asking a thorough, detailed question of this imaginary person or inanimate object. Yes, even if you end up throwing the question away because you eventually realize that you made some dumb mistake. The effort of walking an imaginary someone through your problem, step by step and in some detail, is what will often lead you to your answer. If you aren’t willing to put the effort into fully explaining the problem and how you’ve attacked it, you can’t reap the benefits of thinking deeply about your own problem before you ask others to.
Read more from the source: blog.codinghorror.com
“I do have a very particular set of skills” says Liam Neeson in the Taken moves. LinkedIn has a competition where the winner gets a video of Liam Neeson endorsing their skills.
LinkedIn has set up a competition for fans of the film to win a video of star Liam Neeson endorsing their skillset.
Read more from the source: creativity-online.com
Imagine Photoshop from the command line. By carefully crafting a series of CSS box-shadow properties, Lynn Fisher creates detailed drawings using single div elements.
A CSS drawing experiment to see what’s possible with a single div.
Read more from the source: a.singlediv.com