A portfolio with nice typographic effects and interesting details. Our pick this week.
Build skills to translate data into compelling visuals and narratives and learn how research and analytics can drive communication strategies and tactics.
A new site by the Chrome Developers team that aims to help developers learn and apply the web’s modern capabilities to their own sites and apps.
WebKit introduces a new graphics shading language for the Web inspired by HLSL. Follow the interesting discussion on HN about this.
This great web app by Google lets you optimize images and reduce their size dramatically by editing the advanced options of various image compressors.
An interesting article by Mikael Ainalem on the troublesome case of too quickly ending loading animations.
Scott Jehl explores caching inlined files and shows a proof of concept.
Make any webpage feel like an artboard with this browser extension by Google. Watch the video.
Karl Groves lists the reasons why defining a number for tabindex should be avoided.
Dulov Evgeniy’s delightful developer page concept.
The uncensored version of a great Chrome Dev Summit 2018 talk by Surma.
A very interesting article by Antony Garand on the JSON hijacking vulnerability.
A nice set of hero starter templates by Stefano Peschiera.
Pete LePage explains what the idea of the Writable Files API is and what you could do with it.
Gerard Ferrandez created this demo of randomly and recursively generated trees.
A template with a two-sided, magazine-like layout and a flat page flip animation. The layout is powered by CSS Grid.