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We (the Chrome Speed Metrics Team) recently outlined our initial research into options for making the CLS metric more fair to pages that are open for a long time. We’ve received a lot of very helpful feedback and after completing the large-scale analysis, we’ve finalized the change we plan to make to the metric: maximum session window with 1 second gap, capped at 5 seconds. Read on for the details! How did we evaluate the options? #We reviewed...

In this article, we’ll be building a video streaming app using Nuxt.js and Node.js. Specifically, we’ll build a server-side Node.js app that will handle fetching and streaming videos, generating thumbnails for your videos, and serving captions and subtitles. Videos work with streams. This means that instead of sending the entire video at once, a video is sent as a set of smaller chunks that make up the full video. This explains why videos buffer when watching a...

In a new short series of posts, we highlight some of the useful tools and techniques for developers and designers. Recently we’ve covered CSS generators[1], SVG generators[2] and accessible front-end components[3]. This time we look into templates and tools for building and designing HTML emails. Don’t miss the next one[4]. Table of Contents Below you’ll find quick jumps to particular components that you might need. Scroll down for a general overview. Or skip the table of contents[5]. Getting Started...

Given all the drama, panic and fear that dominated 2020, we are seeing brands tone down their usage of color in 2021. Businesses, their customers, and the population as a whole have had to make adjustments. and may have to make even more as we prepare for what will be the new normal, whatever that new normal will look like. This applies to web designers as well. While design trends may tend to change with time, some are...

About The Author Victor is a Philadelphia based researcher, author, and speaker. His book Design for the Mind, is available from Manning Publications. Victor frequently writes … More about Victor ↬[1][2] UX practitioners can play an important role in growing the UX maturity of the organizations and product teams they work with. This final article in a three-part series presents two additional tactics that are critical for achieving and maintaining higher levels of UX maturity: education of UX...

About The Author Ismael has been working during the last 13 years inside design teams in small and big sized companies from many different sectors like news media, design … More about Ismael ↬[1] Have you ever struggled to get the green light on your design proposals? Do you feel like your design process needs to be formalized? Is the COVID19 era becoming a challenge for you when working remotely as a designer? Then keep reading to get...

About The Author After her apprenticeship as an application developer, Ramona has been contributing to product development at shopware AG for more than 5 years now: First in … More about Ramona ↬[1][2] Unreliable tests are a living nightmare for anyone who writes automated tests or pays attention to the results. Flaky tests have even given folks nightmares and sleepless nights. In this article, Ramona Schwering shares her experiences to help you get out of this hell or...

About The Author A UK-based technologist and developer, working as Technology Director for Active Matter, David spends most of his time helping organisations turn their bright … More about David ↬[1][2] With the explosion in popularity of the Jamstack has come the proliferation of new options for managing your content. Headless[3] has become quite the hot topic in development circles of late, but where do you start if you are embarking on a new project and haven’t yet...

There can be multiple reasons for not delivering a product on time. An example would be where progress slows down or grinds to a halt because of a client’s requirement cannot be met. It can be due to the designer who doesn’t have the right design tool for the task. Your toolbox may be well stocked, but there may be a tool or web design resources you frequently use that simply isn’t up to the task at...