There are 45 posts tagged with Open Web.
What Comes Next is the FuturePublished on
Oh, a mix of history and the Web!
Less Apps, One Week InPublished on
Sticking with web apps.
Embrace the link.
What to Consider When the Platforms Show Up with MoneyPublished on
Social networks can’t replace your own domain.
App OverloadPublished on
Trying to start over with apps.
Why I Love Working with the WebPublished on
The Web represents this giant book that we’re all writing and learning from.
Ensuring a High Performing Web for the Next Billion PeoplePublished on
A talk that touches on all the parts of the Web that we know have nearly limitless potential, but that we haven’t yet figured out how to do well consistently.
The Slow WebPublished on
Be mindful of what you do each day.
A Brief History of Web DesignPublished on
I want that intense, personal exploration and sharing back.
How Future-Safe are Your Ideas?Published on
Hint, post on your own domain.
Space Jam ForeverPublished on
One of my favorite historical websites.
New Browser Features, Interoperability, Craft, and the Future of the WebPublished on
The Web has beauty in its wildness.
As We May LinkPublished on
The smallest tag is the best tag.
Flash is DeadPublished on
Delivered from Strong Bad himself.
Erase and Rewind: A Tale of Innovation and PatiencePublished on
The Web is the Web. Unique.
Publishing Versus Performance: Our Struggle for the Soul of the WebPublished on
Give us more cooperation, experimentation, failure and patience.
Responsive Design: Where Do We Go From Here?Published on
These things help each other.
The Web is Not Poor Man’s NativePublished on
The web does not need to emulate native to provide a powerful, vibrant app ecosystem.
This Web App Best Viewed By Someone ElsePublished on
What we too often dismiss as edge cases are real people who may very much want or even legitimately need to use what we create.
Web! What is it Good For?Published on
The web power lies in its universality.
Choosing PerformancePublished on
It begins with culture.
Websites as ArtPublished on
How do websites really last?
Explaining Web DesignPublished on
What is it that I do?
Art Direction and Creativity on the Web in 2015Published on
It should be easier to be creative on the web.
Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Medium?Published on
It’s always about finding readers.
Hope for the Open WebPublished on
Keep it open.
The Long WebPublished on
Bigger and better than the greatest library?
Zen and the Art of Wearable MarkupPublished on
Worry less about devices.
Privacy is at a CrossroadsPublished on
Which road will we take?
FCC Votes for Net NeutralityPublished on
Great news for the open web.
Apple, Standards and the Open WebPublished on
Why won’t Apple play well with others?
We Suck at HTTPPublished on
Let’s talk about some of the inner workings of the web.
The Group That Rules the WebPublished on
Getting vs. doing.
Just RentingPublished on
What exactly is hosting?
The Tilde ClubPublished on
We need more weird ideas out there.
Relaunching The Early WebPublished on
It all started here.
IndieWeb MemberPublished on
Tinkering with taking control of all the things.
The Once and Future IndieWebPublished on
The siloed web has set a trap for us.
Microsoft’s First Web PagePublished on
One web page can teach us a lot.
Why the Web is DeadPublished on
Maybe apps are all hype?
The Changing WebPublished on
The web always changes.
The Battle for the WebPublished on
Apps vs. The WebPublished on
Help Stop SOPA and PIPAPublished on
This could be bad.
The Web Can Cost a Little BitPublished on
I’m cool with paying for web services. No, really, I am.
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