Adam BielinskiApril 29,2019

Lorem Ipsum but for photos:
Lorem Picsum
Lorem Ipsum... but for photos

Ryan KnuthApril 16,2019

This is good news. This media query has been available in Safari since v10, so having more browser support is excellent for accessibility, particularly those with Vestibular disorders such as vertigo. Parallax and animated websites can cause motion sickness, etc. so a user will have the option to set this at the browser level (or OS level in iOS) and we can limit or remove motion for those.

Google Developers
Move Ya! Or maybe, don't, if the user prefers-reduced-motion!  |  Web  |  Google Developers
The prefers-reduced-motion media query detects whether the user has requested that the system minimize the amount of animation or motion it uses. This is for users who either require or prefer minimized animations; for example people with vestibular disorders often desire animations to be kept to a minimum.

Rob FergusonApril 3,2019

the Guardian
Mapped: historic public transit systems v their modern equivalents
Artist Jake Berman plots old public transport systems in period style. From LA to Toronto, San Francisco to Buffalo, he has created maps of cities’ modern transit too, so you can click and compare

Rob FergusonFebruary 25,2019

On November 2021, after over a decade, Drupal 7 will reach end of life (EOL).

Terry ApplebyFebruary 22,2019

Interesting, All of GitHub's menus & dialogs work without JavaScript making use of the html5 details element.

Ryan KnuthFebruary 4,2019

Pretty awesome Super Bowl commercial from Microsoft about the Xbox Adaptive Controller