When working with objects, it can be even harder to prevent unintended mutation. Zell Liew shows us some tricks (and libraries) to prevent these unintended changes and ensure stability when working with objects. Can typography encourage long-form reading—not just scanning? What are the most exciting areas of cutting-edge experimentation in typographic technology and digital layout, and what new skills will we need to design tomorrow’s web content? Three experts—Mozilla’s Jen Simmons, publication design legend Roger Black, and ALA’s Jeffrey Zeldman—discuss typography and layout on today’s web: where we are now, and where we’re going. The discovery phase of the design cycle is something you can benefit from even if you don’t have any budget, staff, or customers. Caroline Roberts pulls back the veil to reveal what goes into creating and curating great content.
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Hack the Grid with Eric Meyer as he explores different methods for replicating a tic-tac-toe board using CSS Grid. Learn to stop worrying and love the feedback process.
We are proud to present an excerpt from Laura Kalbag’s Accessibility for Everyone. Coca-Cola’s infamous blunder provides valuable lessons for conducting successful user research.
In this excerpt from Web Typography, Richard Rutter explains how to improve the readability of your data tables. We’re pleased to share an excerpt from Rachel Andrew’s latest book The New CSS Layout, available now from A Book Apart.