Tim Kadlec gave a powerful, recent talk called Focusing on What Matters that you should watch. It touches on the three areas of the Web that we web workers often overlook or neglect: accessibility, performance and security. Yet, those end up being the factors that have the most impact on the people using our products […]
Over the years I’ve come to realize that most difficult part of making websites isn’t the code, it’s the “hidden expectations”, the unseen aspects I didn’t know were my responsibility when I started: Accessibility, Security, Performance, and Empathy. Dave Rupert in Hidden Expectations. Dave Rupert writes about the responsibilities that come with building websites – the […]
Bruce Lawson gave a keynote talk recently at Velocity Conference in Amsterdam called Ensuring a High Performing Web for the Next Billion People that you should watch. He’s written a blog post discussing the talk a bit if you’d like more information. It’s fantastic because it touches on all the parts of the Web that […]
What we actually found has the most impact and what has some of the most unsolved problems in web performance is size of CSS. The Responsive Web Design podcast featuring Google Plus has a handful of interesting tidbits about responsive web design and performance. It’s definitely worth a listen or read if performance is on your […]
It’s not because of any sort of technical limitations. No, if a website is slow it’s because performance was not prioritized. It’s because when push came to shove, time and resources were spent on other features of a site and not on making sure that site loads quickly. This goes back to what many have […]
Brad Frost writes about the intersection of accessibility, performance and low-end devices in Accessibility and Low-Powered Devices.