Smashing Magazine

Smashing Magazine


Vitaly Friedman, editor-in-chief of Smashing Magazine, an online magazine for professional Web designers and developers.

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Is it a good idea to self-host Google Fonts? Probably yes. A very detailed piece by @tunetheweb . Also: a small shell script to download Google's web fonts

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There are many wonderful conferences around the world, and @naconf  by our dear friends @colly  and @hellogeri  is one of them. Wonderful for broadening the horizon and exploring critical and inclusive design. Coming up in a few weeks: Highly recommended!

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HTML attributes to improve your users’ 2-factor-auth experience. A great reminder by @philnash . – Getting the right keyboard – inputmode – pattern – HTML autocomplete – Autocompleting one time passwords

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Each of us has something to say and share — we all make mistakes, learn from them and succeed at some point. If you have a bit of time this Sat, Jan 18, join the Global Diversity CFP Day around the world — a wonderful initiative happening every year:

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Also, @rachelandrew  has written an article about what it's like on @smashingmag  last year: — and we'll be participating this time in DusseldorfDE and BudapestHU — perhaps see you there! ❤️

Some of the wonderful EU conferences, worth looking into in 2020 ❤️ @naconf  @Angular @csscamp @jsconfbpa @nordicjs @frontendconf @btconf @armada_jsh @frontendnorth @uxsalon  @yglf_lt  @cssdayconf  @perfnowconf  @clarity_conf  @AWWWARDSLDN  @webexpo  @FronteersConf  @smashingconf  ( maybe..)?

What a wonderful, friendly experience by @Spotify . That’s when a friendly personality shines through.

We’re giving away 1 ticket to @UXCopenhagen  taking place on Marc 30-31. To win, tell us why you’d like to attend and which speakers you’d love to meet!

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How do you move faster when adding folks to a project supposedly slows it down? @John4man  presents some considerations for preserving momentum while scaling up.

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That's why the weight of most websites is out of proportion.

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We removed FB buttons and traffic from Facebook increased. Reason: instead of "liking" articles, readers share it on their timeleine.

We give away 5 copies of "Introducing HTML5" () by @rem  & @brucel  . To win one, just RT this msg!

We're giving away 5 Ultimate Web Designer packs (). To get a chance of winning one, just RT this msg!

“The notifications prompt is by far the most frequently shown permission prompt. Not even 3% of these prompts got accepted by users. Most prompts are dismissed, while almost 19% of prompts caused users to leave the site immediately”.

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We're giving away 5x @robhawkes  new eBook "Foundation HTML5 Canvas" (). To win one, just RT this msg!

The rumours were true: Microsoft Edge browser will be based on Chromium in future. Thus, the only non-Chromium browser on Windows will be Firefox. So, please, for the love of Web: TEST IN FIREFOX. Thank you. xxx

An interesting idea on proximity feedback. As the user moves towards “Register” button, highlight the input fields that aren’t completed yet. ↬ Proximity Feedback Ideas

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