30 years ago my life changed forever, and I didn’t even know it at the time. The web is 30 years old today. Happy birthday, WWW.
Tap, tap. Is this thing on?
I’ll share first impressions soon. Currently I’m too busy learning.
“Why most redesigns fail” by Girish Rawat. Classic truths every designer and product manager should know. Accessible, well paced article for folks at all levels of experience. Nice quick case studies of failed redesigns. link.medium.com/3V9YRoAEdT
#Wordpress was the first standards-compliant CMS. I hand-coded my blog starting in 1995, and would still be doing it if WordPress had not come along. Next year, after exhausting a half dozen other platforms, @AListApart will come home to WordPress.
Let’s make every day accessibility day.
“Triggering a large number of requests in an HTTP/2 environment is no longer inherently bad for performance; transferring unnecessary data is. Only transfer what your users actually need. Nothing more, nothing less.” @ddprrt
☛ ⇛“Make sure every bit of code added to your project is there for a reason you can explain.” @rachelandrew
The iconic Coca-Cola bottle design came through a design competition. Its 1 requirement: bottle had to be recognizable in the dark. #aeaaus
.@RupertMyers Okay. Sorry for name calling. Eric’s my friend. Good night.
.@RupertMyers Eric wrote a thoughtful post, *not blaming* FB. *You* blamed the victim for oversharing. You connected those dots.
.@RupertMyers A family shared their struggle to save their five year old’s life. FB’s feature implementation ripped open a raw wound.
.@RupertMyers “Most of us lost all sense of shame, any notion of privacy, any concerns about boastfulness.” Own your words.
.@RupertMyers—in which case, you’re guilty of shoddy journalism—or you think Eric deserved the pain for his unthinking use of the web…
.@RupertMyers Hi. Either you didn’t read Eric’s post and picked a terrible example to make the case that we should be careful what we share–
Rupert Myers is an idiot.