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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 2358 sparkline links 6359 sparkline articles 66 sparkline notes 2834 sparkline monday, january 23rd, 2017 astronaut this is beautifully intimate. your role is that of an anthropologist in orbit around earth observing the everyday moments on the planet below through uploaded videos that have never been viewed by another human. 8:31am tagged with astronaut youtube videos life ordinary beauty sunday, january 22nd, 2017 rib of beef, carrots, carrot-top chimichurri, and kale. 11:41pm also on instagram rifling through the vinyl in a hipster bar last week, i came across uncle alan. https://adactio.com/journal/562 7:41pm also on twitter flickr opera neon – the future of web browsers? | opera under the hood it’s the same blink engine that power’s the regular opera browser (and chrome) but i really like the interface on this experiment. it’s described as being a “concept browser”, much like a “concept car”, which is a nice way of framing experiments like this. more concept browsers please! 7:20pm tagged with browsers opera neon interface ui browsing software mac windows desktop swing left | take back the house an excellent location-based resource for us citizens looking to make a difference in the 2018 midterm elections. 6:19pm tagged with states location politics usa midterm elections swingleft activism resistance css grid. one layout method not the only layout method grid is only a replacement for float-based layout, where float-based layout it being used to try and create a two-dimensional grid. if you want to wrap text around an image, i’d suggest floating it. grid is only a replacement for flexbox if you have been trying to make flexbox into a two-dimensional grid. if you want to take a bunch of items and space them out evenly in a single row, use flexbox. 6:17pm tagged with css grid layout frontend development floats flexbox saturday, january 21st, 2017 to everyone who marched today: thank you. 5:39pm also on twitter designing inspired style guides presentation slides and transcript | stuff & nonsense having spent half a decade encouraging people to make their pattern libraries public and doing my best to encourage openness and sharing, i find this kind of styleguide-shaming quite disheartening: these all offer something different but more often than not they have something in common. they look ugly enough to have been designed by someone who enjoys configuring a router. if a pattern library is intended to inspire, then make it inspiring. but if it’s intended to be an ever-changing codebase (made for and by the kind of people who enjoy configuring a router), then that’s where the effort and time should be concentrated. but before designing anything—whether it’s a website or a pattern library—figure out who the audience is first. 10:44am tagged with styleguides patterns library components visual graphic design identity branding frontend friday, january 20th, 2017 seabass on spinach on chickpeas and chorizo. 8:41pm also on instagram having all the feels as @lottejackson bids farewell to @clearleft to begin a new adventure down under. 5:57pm also on twitter flickr thursday, january 19th, 2017 trump: a resister’s guide | harper’s magazine - part 11 you, the software engineers and leaders of technology companies, face an enormous responsibility. you know better than anyone how best to protect the millions who have entrusted you with their data, and your knowledge gives you real power as civic actors. if you want to transform the world for the better, here is your moment. inquire about how a platform will be used. encrypt as much as you can. oppose the type of data analysis that predicts people’s orientation, religion, and political preferences if they did not willingly offer that information. 5:22pm tagged with software engineering politics ethics morals technology data surveillance tracking looking beyond launch it’s all go, go, go at clearleft while we’re working on a new version of our website …accompanied by a brand new identity. it’s an exciting time in the studio, tinged with the slight stress that comes with any kind of unveiling like this. i think it’s good to remember that this is the web. i keep telling myself that we’re not unveiling something carved in stone. even after the launch we can keep making the site better. in fact, if we wait until everything is perfect before we launch, we’ll probably never launch at all. on the other hand, you only get one chance to make a first impression, right? so it’s got to be good …but it doesn’t have to be done. a website is never done. i’ve got to get comfortable with that. there’s lots of things that i’d like to be done in time for launch, but realistically it’s fine if those things are completed in the subsequent days or weeks. adding a service worker and making a nice offline experience? i really want to do that …but it can wait. what about other performance tweaks? yes, we’ll to try have every asset—images, fonts—optimised …but maybe not from day one. making sure that each page has good metadata—open graph? twitter cards? microformats? maybe even amp? sure …but not just yet. having gorgeous animations? again, i really want to have them but as val rightly points out, animations are an enhancement—a really, really great enhancement. if anything, putting the site live before doing all these things acts as an incentive to make sure they get done. so when you see the new site, if you view source or run it through web page test and spot areas for improvement, rest assured we’re on it. 3:35pm tagged with clearleft performance redesign launch shipping also on amp medium improving accessibility in co-op wills – digital blogs some interesting insights from usability and accessibility testing at the co-op. we used ‘nesting’ to reduce the amount of information on the page when the user first reaches it. when the user chooses an option, we ask for any other details at that point rather than having all the questions on the page at once. 3:10pm tagged with accessibility usability a11y forms cognition input testing interface ui design frontend development bastianallgeier/letter: letter is a simple, highly customizable tool to create letters in your browser. a nice little use of print (and screen) styles from bastian—compose letters in a web browser. instead of messing around in word, pages or even indesign, you can write your letters in the browser, export them as html or pdf (via apple preview). 2:59pm tagged with letter writing printing browser html css php code publishing formatting frontend development understanding the critical rendering path a nice and clear description of how browsers parse and render web pages. 2:44pm tagged with browsers critical rendering html css javascript dom cssom frontend development performance sending out the latest @clearleft newsletter. it’s a good ’un. http://tinyletter.com/clearleft 2:16pm also on twitter certified malice – text/plain following from that great post about the “zone of death” in browsers, eric law looks at security and trust in a world where certificates are free and easily available …even to the bad guys. 2:05pm tagged with security browsers certificates ssl phishing trust tls identity let them paste passwords - ncsc site ever been on one of those websites that doesn’t allow you to paste into the password field? frustrating, isn’t it? (especially if you use a password manager.) it turns out that nobody knows how this ever started. it’s like a cargo cult without any cargo. 1:59pm tagged with passwords copy paste forms security input frontend development ui interface interaction javascript making input type=date complicated – samsung internet developers – medium ppk has posted some excellent thinking on calendar widgets to ev’s blog. 1:56pm tagged with browsers standards input date calendar widget standards html5 frontend development arrival – mozilla open design mozilla’s audacious rebranding in the open that i linked to a while back has come to fruition. i like it. but even if i didn’t, congratulations to everyone involved in getting agreement across an organisation of this size—never an easy task. 1:46pm tagged with mozilla rebrand logo branding design identity open 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 curating on ffffound gathering at readlists speaking on lanyrd broadcasting with last.fm uploading to vimeo drinking on untappd 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 bolton 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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