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There are loads of analytics platforms to help you track visitor and usage data on your sites. Perhaps most notably Google Analytics[1], which is widely used (including on this site), probably due to it's ease of integration, feature-richness, and the fact that it's free (until you need to jump up to the enterprise tier which is some crazy six-figure jump). I don't take any particular issue with Google Analytics. In fact I quite like it, especially as...

Chapters 10Introduction Who is this book for? • The role of development in design • System design is not a scary thing • Systematic design • This book will help you and your team 20What is a Design System? Why are design systems important? • When do we need design systems? 26Selling a Design System Find your partners • Laying the foundations • Start small, and adjust your pitch accordingly • At what stage do you sell? • The importance and quality...

In the fast-paced industry that designers and developers work in, it’s important to stay up to date as much as possible. Don’t worry, we’ve got your back with monthly updates to help you stay on top of things. This is the first monthly update that the Smashing team will be publishing, to highlight some of the things we have enjoyed reading over the past month. Many of the included posts are sourced from the most popular links...

With the wonderful world of JAMstack getting big, all the categories of services and tools that help it along are as important as ever. There are static site generators[1], headless CMSs[2], and static file hosts[3]. I think those classifications are handy, and help conversations along. But there is a point where nuance is necessary and these classification buckets get a little leaky. Note, these charts are just intended to paint a spectrum, not to be a comprehensive list...

In this week's roundup: multi-column layouts gain wide support, the ADA means more A11y for retailers, and Google is doing something about all the empty image alt attributes in the wild. The CSS column-span property will soon be widely supported The CSS column-span property, which has been supported in Chrome and Safari since 2010 (and IE since 2012), is finally coming to Firefox in version 71 (in December). This feature enables elements that span across all columns in a...

I find that the need to create responsive table layouts pops up far more often than most developers would expect. The gut reaction might to be implement some sort of custom grid-system or pull in a pre-built library. Don't do this - just use tables and some simple CSS. My recent article, Write HTML Like It’s 1999[1], received far more attention than I ever expected on HackerNews. With this attention came a few comments mentioning how table...

Brian is currently working as a senior program manager on Azure at Microsoft and he's all about developers, developers, developers. Previously he was a JavaScript engineer at Netflix, LinkedIn and Reddit. When not working, Brian finds time to teach on Frontend Masters, run his mouth on Front End Happy Hour, travel all over the world, and play with his adorable dog. Brian is currently a resident of Seattle, WA.Powered by WPeMatico...

What happens if a new client comes to you with a website they want redesigned, but because analytics show that very few people visit or convert from mobile on the website, they want you to prioritize for desktop? Your data tells you this is wrong, but theirs suggests otherwise. As a web designer, you may be starting with little to no data of your own. It’s not until a website has launched (or relaunched) that you can...

About The Author Leonardo Losoviz is the creator of the API + component-model for PHP + framework for building sites called PoP. He lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. More about Leonardo Leonardo …[1][2] Even though Gutenberg is currently at its best ever, many people still do not welcome it into their projects, due to the frustrating experience suffered when it was launched with WordPress 5.0. This is unfortunate, because, as a product, Gutenberg is outstanding. Let’s do a...

There is an HTML attribute that does exactly what you think it should do: I'm visible I'm hidden It even has great browser support[1]. Is it useful? Uhm. Maybe. Not really. Adam Laki likes the semantics of it[2]: If we use the hidden attribute, we make our semantic a little better. Anybody will understand what does a “hidden” attribute means on an element. Monica Dinculescu calls it a lie[3]: the hidden rule is a User Agent style, which means it's less specific than...