Paper Phone – A printable paper phone which helps you take a break from your digital world

Nice experiment by Google: A lot of people feel that they spend too much time on their phones and struggle to find a balance with technology. Paper Phone helps you have a little break away from your digital world by printing a personal booklet of the key information you’ll need that day. Paper Phone →

Automatically correct color distortion in underwater photos with “Sea-thru”

When diving you’ll notice that the colors start acting up: everything will become more washed out (and look more green/blue) from the moment you look down in the water, and everything will become darker as you descend. Colors like red go first: at a depth of 10m it looks brown. To correct this, underwater photographers […]

Faster JavaScript Apps with JSON.parse()

A performance trick that’s been doing rounds on Twitter, now available as a video: Because the JSON grammar is much simpler than JavaScript’s grammar, JSON can be parsed more efficiently than JavaScript. This knowledge can be applied to improve start-up performance for web apps that ship large JSON-like configuration object literals (such as inline Redux […]

How We Built the World Wide Web in Five Days

At the most recent edition of Fronteers Conference – a conference which I’ve been attending for over 10 yeras by now – Jeremy Keith & Remy Sharp did a two-person talk on their rebuild of the original WorldWideWeb application back in February. Join (Je)Remy on a journey through time and space and code as they […]

Building Better Interfaces, a talk by Hakim El Hattab

At CSS Day 2019, I was fortunate to see Hakim El Hattab bring his talk Building Better Interfaces. A recording of his talk – and all other talks – are available on YouTube: This session is a deep-dive into the areas of interface design that Hakim has specialized in for over a decade—interactivity and animation. […]