Web Dev Links: Making Opus Faster, Web Development Complexity, Slack’s Dark Side, Scrolling Myths & more
Also: Google AMP controversy, licensing designers, and an awesome fieldtype for the Statamic CMS
Bard combines an unobtrusive text editor with very customizable content block functionality.
Think of a webpage as a collection of discrete, self-contained blocks of content — and edit it accordingly.
The new site takes a more community-based approach to film coverage.
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.
Using Craft’s custom fields, you can build a very flexible system for managing your site’s assets.
A beautiful gesture from an appreciative community.
16-bit nostalgia as well as more proof that Flash is becoming increasingly irrelevant and unnecessary in today’s web environment.
Brent Simmons has compiled a list of rules for making the perfect online publication.
Microsoft has developed an über-cool HTML5-based web comic to celebrate the impending release of Internet Explorer 9.
Let’s do a quick breakdown of the pricing of a “typical” ExpressionEngine site.