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adactio journal links articles notes about jeremy keith making websites. writing books. speaking at conferences. living in brighton. working at clearleft. playing music. taking photos. answering email. journal 2400 sparkline links 6727 sparkline articles 66 sparkline notes 3236 sparkline friday, july 21st, 2017 codebar.io donations donate money to support codebar: by donating to codebar you are helping to promote diversity in the tech industry so that more women, lgbtqa and other underrepresented folks will be able to get started with programming and raise their skills to the next level. 9:21am tagged with codebar donations teaching learning supporting patterns day 2017: rachel andrew on vimeo rachel’s fantastic talk from patterns day. there’s a lot of love for fractal specifically, but there are also some great points about keeping a pattern library in sync with a live site, and treating individual components as reduced test-cases. 9:18am tagged with vimeo video patternsday rachelandrew perch fractal patterns libraries components debugging css styleguides frontend development thursday, july 20th, 2017 0825 — ericportis.com well, well, well …following on from my post about container queries, it turns out that eric has also been thinking about wrangling custom properties. he’s even written some code. 5:30pm tagged with container queries custom properties css javascript poofquery frontend development beaker | peer-to-peer web browser. no blockchain required. here’s an intriguing project—peer-to-peer browser and hosting. i thought it might be using the interplanetary file system under the hood, but it’s using something called dat instead. it’s all very admirable, but it also feels a little bit 927. 1:44pm tagged with beaker browser server peertopeer decentralisation decentralised network hosting browsing standards dat infrastructure container queries every single browser maker has the same stance when it comes to features—they want to hear from developers at the coalface. “tell us what you want! we’re listening. we want to know which features to prioritise based on real-world feedback from developers like you.” “how about container quer—” “not that.” i don’t think it’s an exaggeration to say that literally every web developer i know would love to have container queries. if you’ve worked on any responsive project of any size, you’re bound to have bumped up against the problem of only being able to respond to viewport size, rather than the size of the containing element. without container queries, our design systems can never be truly modular. but there’s a divide growing between what our responsive designs need to do, and the tools css gives us to meet those needs. we’re making design decisions at smaller and smaller levels, but our code asks us to bind those decisions to a larger, often-irrelevant abstraction of a “page.” but the message from browser makers has consistently been “it’s simply too hard.” at the frontend united conference in athens a little while back, jonathan gave a whole talk on the need for container queries. at the same event, serg gave a talk on houdini. now, as i understand it, houdini is the css arm of the extensible web. just as web components will allow us to create powerful new html without lobbying browser makers, houdini will allow us to create powerful new css features without going cap-in-hand to standards bodies. at this year’s css day there were two houdini talks. tab gave a deep dive, and philip talked specifically about houdini as a breakthrough for polyfilling. during the talks, you could send questions over twitter that the speaker could be quizzed on afterwards. as philip was talking, i began to tap out a question: “could this be used to polyfill container queries?” my thumb was hovering over the tweet button at the very moment that philip said in his talk, “this could be used to polyfill container queries.” for that happen, browsers need to implement the layout api for houdini. but i’m betting that browser makers will be far more receptive to calls to implement the layout api than calls for container queries directly. once we have that, there are two possible outcomes: we try to polyfill container queries and find out that the browser makers were right—it’s simply too hard. this certainty is itself a useful outcome. we successfully polyfill container queries, and then instead of asking browser makers to figure out implementation, we can hand it to them for standardisation. but, as eric portis points out in his talk on container queries, houdini is still a ways off (by the way, browser makers, that’s two different conference talks i’ve mentioned about container queries, just in case you were keeping track of how much developers want this). still, there are some css features that are houdini-like in their extensibility. custom properties feel like they could be wrangled to help with the container query problem. while it’s easy to think of custom properties as being like sass variables, they’re much more powerful than that—the fact they can be a real-time bridge between javascript and css makes them scriptable. alas, custom properties can’t be used in media queries but maybe some clever person can figure out a way to get the effect of container queries without a query-like syntax. however it happens, i’d just love to see some movement on container queries. i’m not alone. i know container queries would revolutionize my design practice, and better prepare responsive design for mobile, desktop, tablet—and whatever’s coming next. 12:35pm tagged with container queries houdini css responsive frontend development standards browsers also on amp medium designing the perfect slider – smashing magazine if you thought vitaly’s roundup of date pickers was in-depth, wait ‘till you get a load of this exhaustive examination of slider controls. it pairs nicely with this link. 11:38am tagged with smashingmag sliders input range controls ui interface design ux usability critiquing. 11:13am also on twitter flickr bringing a @clearleft posse to the friday @ffconf: me, @allmarkedup, @dhuntrods, @gablaxian, and @scruffymongrel. 10:34am also on twitter wednesday, july 19th, 2017 playback. 4:50pm also on twitter flickr surfing on the web - youtube i wrote this song while my colleague tim berners-lee was inventing something called “the world wide web” a few offices away. the song was published in 1993, when less that 100 websites existed. the first image ever published on the web was of this band, les horribles cernettes …lhc. 12:06pm tagged with youtube video song band web history cern writing hacks: the adafruit guide to being excellent to each other in emails « adafruit industries – makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers! language is a technology. it’s a particularly strange one that’s made of squiggles and sounds and maps of meaning, but like any other technology, it’s hackable. good advice on reducing unintended stress via email. negativity bias is a tendency for negatives to have a greater effect than positives on our emotional state. for email this can have radical effects: positive emails seem neutral, neutral emails seem negative, and even slightly negative emails can lead to actual, measurable pain. even with the best of intentions we can come off distant — or just plain mean. 11:47am tagged with email writing language communication the magical and the mundane the iphone—and by extension, the smartphone—is a decade old. ian bogost has written an interesting piece in the atlantic charting our changing relationship with the technology. first, it was like a toy dog: a device that could be cared for, and conspicuously so. then, it was like a cigarette: a nervous tic, facilitated by a handheld apparatus that releases relief when operated. later, it was like a rosary: its toy-dog quirks having been tamed, its compulsive nature having been accepted, the iphone became the magic wand by which all worldly actions could be performed, all possible information acquired. finally, it simply becomes …a rectangle. abstract, as a shape. flat, as a surface. but suggestive of so much. a table for community. a door for entry, or for exit. a window for looking out of, or a picture for looking into. a movie screen for distraction, or a cradle for comfort, or a bed for seduction. design dissolves in behaviour. this is something that ben wrote about recently in his excellent slapdashery series: “everything’s amazing and nobody’s happy.” technology tweaks our desire for novelty; but as soon as we get it we’re usually bored. there are no technologies that i can think of that haven’t become mundane. this is something i touched on in my talk last year at an event apart. there’s a thread throughout the talk about arthur c. clarke, and of course i quote his third law: any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. i propose an addendum to that: any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic at first. the magical quickly becomes the mundane. that’s exactly the point that louis ck is making in the piece that ben references. seven years ago frank wrote his wonderful essay there is a horse in the apple store: i have a term called a “tiny pony.” it is a thing that is exceptional that no one, for whatever reason, notices. or, conversely, it is an exceptional thing that everyone notices, but quickly grows acclimated to despite the brilliance of it all. we are surrounded by magical tiny ponies. i mean, just think: right now you are reading some words at a url on the world wide web. even more magically, i just published some words at my own url on the world wide web. that still blows my mind! i hope i never lose that feeling. 10:53am tagged with technology magic culture iphone smartphone web pony design behaviour also on amp medium jeremy keith on resilient web design - ux chat in which i have a conversation with a polar bear. very well-mannered species …i’ll miss them when they’re gone. 9:40am tagged with uxchat chatbot uxbear interview chat ux resilience design development conversation it’s simple i think “it’s simple” shouldn’t be used to explain something. 8:55am tagged with simple easy simplicity teaching learning tuesday, july 18th, 2017 solarbeat luke just demoed this at codebar. it’s a lovely audio/visualisation of the solar system—a sonic orrery that you can tweak and adjust. hypnotic. 8:17pm tagged with solarbeat audio visualisation solarsystem space planets orbits sound orrery music arp observatory (@arpobservatory) | twitter in july we started receiving audio signals from outside the solar system, and we’ve been studying them since. tweets contain sound samples on soundcloud, data visualisations, and notes about life at the observatory …all generated by code. arp is a fictional radio telescope observatory, it’s a twitter & soundcloud bot which procedurally generates audio, data-visualisations, and the tweets (and occasionally long-exposure photography) of an astronomer/research scientist who works at arp, who is obsessive over the audio messages, and who runs the observatory’s twitter account. 8:12pm tagged with twitter bot arpobservatory generated data visualisation dataviz audio sound samples space signals code seti patterns day 2017: sareh heidari on vimeo time for another video from patterns day. here’s sareh heidari walking us through grandstand, the css framework at the bbc. 7:53pm tagged with vimeo video patternsday sarehheidari patterns libraries grandstand bbc css sass frontend development my heroes @aboydleslie, @cassiecodes, @madebyzara, and @ambrwlsn90 getting ready to kick off another @codebarbrighton. 6:49pm also on twitter flickr css last month i went to css day in amsterdam, as an attendee this year, not a speaker. it was an excellent conference comprising the titular css day and a browser api special the day before. by the end of css day, my brain was full. experiencing the depth of knowledge that’s contained in css now made me appreciate how powerful a language it is. i mean, the basics of css—selectors, properties, and values—can be grasped in a day. but you can spend a lifetime trying to master the details. heck, you could spend a lifetime trying to master just one part of css, like layout, or text. and there would always be more to learn. unlike a programming language that requires knowledge of loops, variables, and other concepts, css is pretty easy to pick up. maybe it’s because of this that it has gained the reputation of being simple. it is simple in the sense of “not complex”, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. mistaking “simple” for “easy” will only lead to heartache. i think that’s what’s happened with some programmers coming to css for the first time. they’ve heard it’s simple, so they assume it’s easy. but then when they try to use it, it doesn’t work. it must be the fault of the language, because they know that they are smart, and this is supposed to be easy. so they blame the language. they say it’s broken. and so they try to “fix” it by making it conform to a more programmatic way of thinking. i can’t help but think that they would be less frustrated if they would accept that css is not easy. simple, yes, but not easy. using css at scale has a learning curve, just like any powerful technology. the way to deal with that is not to hammer the technology into a different shape, but to get to know it, understand it, and respect it. 5:44pm tagged with css programming complexity simplicity cssday also on amp medium reflections on two years of indieweb alex kearney looks back on two years of owning her own data. with a fully functional site up and running, i focused on my own needs and developed features to support how i wanted to use my site. in hind-sight, that’s probably the most indie thing i could’ve done, and how i should’ve started my indieweb adventure. this really resonates with me. one of the motivating features for joining the indieweb was the ability to keep and curate the content i create over time. terrific post! here’s to two more years. 3:00pm tagged with indieweb publishing design ux ui posse microformats webmentions learning community older » more information about this site adactio is the online home of jeremy keith, a web developer and author living and working in brighton, england. get in touch customise choose a theme… default tatemodern seaside zeldman adactizilla sci-fi renaissance hirnlego ? this is the plain vanilla look. search find go! within adactio.com journal links articles notes peruse the archive browse the tags subscribe i have some feeds that you can subscribe to in your rss reader: my journal my links my articles my notes my journal, links, articles and notes together you can also follow these twitter accounts: notes journal links articles elsewhere you can find me scattered across these sites: podcasting on huffduffer updating twitter putting pictures on flickr collecting on tumblr posting to medium snapping to instagram coding on github teasing on dribbble experimenting on codepen speaking on lanyrd broadcasting on last.fm uploading to vimeo drinking on untappd loitering on facebook bedroll i had the pleasure of welcoming these people into my home: aaron gustafson aaron parecki amy guy ben ward brad frost brian suda cameron adams cindy li daniel boud daniel burka dan rubin dave shea derek featherstone doug schepers elizabeth galle elsa kawai emil björklund erin jo richey ethan marcotte frances berriman hannah donovan indi young james mcnally jason santa maria jenifer hanen jina anne joe clark john morrison jon linklater-johnson lisa herrod lyza danger gardner mandy brown mark norman francis matt harris matthew somerville maxine sherrin molly holzschlag monika bansal natalie downe nathan smith patrick griffiths petra gregorová simon willison stephanie hobson tantek çelik tim parkin read my book © 1998 - 2017 jeremy keith.


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