My 2014 started with noble plans: not biting my fingernails anymore, learning actual math. One of those plans was to analyze, publicly—here—the divergent and dissonant definitions of our industry’s adjectival darling, “responsive.”
Alas, I was beaten to the forum by Jason Grigsby, whose recent blog post, Defining Responsiveness, explores some of the very same questions around the term that have dogged me lately.Read more
We’re rolling out a new Opera developer update. This includes bug fixes. Bookmarks which are dragged from Bookmarks Bar to Tab Bar are now opening in the proper place on Mac – not as the last tab. The behavior of download notification button is also fixed – it was still visible after cleaning the download history and now it’s hidden like it’s supposed to.
You can check full list of fixes in the changelog.Read more
We’re excited to release a new onboarding experience for users updating to the new Firefox (Australis). We’re not just introducing a new design in Firefox 29, but a new way for the web and chrome to interact with each other in our onboarding experience. This will allow us to show, not just tell the users what is new in Firefox and educate them about the browser. Read more
Webydo is home to 53,000 designers creating code-free websites. The online design studio&mdashby designers, for designers.Read more
In IE11, you can click or tap a button in the address bar to put a Web page article into reading view.
Opera for Windows and Mac makes browsing the web beautiful, efficient and fast. We’ve now come to version 20. You can update Opera automatically, or download it.
Here are the highlights of features that we’re introducing with this version of Opera:
Drag and drop Speed Dial entries to the bookmarks barRead more
To provide a better and safer experience on the Web, we have been working to move Firefox away from plugins.
After much testing and iteration, we determined that Firefox would no longer activate most plugins by default and instead opted to let people choose when to enable plugins on sites they visit. We call this feature in Firefox click-to-play plugins.Read more
If there’s one phrase in client services that irritates me, it’s “what the client expects.” Clients come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and types of experience. If a client has previously worked with a designer, then they’ll likely base their expectations on that process. If a client hasn’t worked with a designer, they may base their expectations on the second-hand experiences of friends and colleagues. In both cases, the process may not be the same this time around.Read more
We are getting closer with each day to the final release of Opera 20. This update contains the important fix for the dangling processes some of you encountered after closing Opera window. Please check if it’s fixed for you Have fun testing, thank you for the feedback.Read more
Another Opera Next update today
This update includes new Chromium intake only. We’re really happy with all the feedback we get from you. So go ahead and join the discussion by replying to this post. Good luck with testing Opera Next!Read more
In the early ’90s, every page was a handcrafted labor of love. Sadly, anyone who managed a large site eventually hit the wall: writing piles of custom HTML that tangled valuable content with boilerplate markup, gnarly design tweaks, and other difficult-to-maintain cruft.Read more
Hi everybody, we have a fresh Opera Next update for you today
The update includes new Chromium intake, fixes for ‘Paste and Go’ in the address field, Speed Dials, Net Installer and other bug fixes. Good luck with testing Opera Next!Read more