If we consider our webpages important, then we ought to take the necessary steps to ensure their perpetuity.
Weekend Reads: Superstore’s Humanizing Effect, Craigslist’s Ugly-but-Effective Design, Roadside Monument’s Return, One Punch Man & More
Also: The best good bad movies, a new “Robotech” comic, how SEO ruins websites, and more “Wonder Woman” goodness.
Also: King Arthur, Silicon Valley silliness, and the downside of “mobile first” web design.
This is how web page layout should be. How it should’ve always been.
I redesigned Opus’ logo because I wanted to make my website faster. Did it work?
Websites can never be too fast, which means that website images can never be too small.
For the record, I still optimize my websites’ images with 56K modems in mind.
Reading: Kanye West, “Blurred Lines,” Bill Watterson, CIA iPhone Hacking, DuckTales, Loving Uncool Songs, and More
Also: The trouble with David Bazan, website URLs suck, Japanese web design trends, super-pricey vinyl, the right way to read Narnia, and fixing Spotify.
Reading: Movies & Your Brain, Beyoncé vs. Sofia, Don’t Call Me “Bro,” Escher Girls, The Simpsons’ Legacy & more
Also: The story behind a new HTML tag, Facebook damages public discourse, developing virtue, and leaked nude celebrity pics.
16-bit nostalgia as well as more proof that Flash is becoming increasingly irrelevant and unnecessary in today’s web environment.