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Beyond Media Queries

Media queries have always been a cornerstone of responsive design but the role of media queries is changing. It’s now possible to make websites with responsive properties that are not tied to specific breakpoints.
Learn how to use fluid typography, responsive SVG, adaptive flexbox components, CSS grid and custom properties to create unique responsive solutions that go beyond media queries.

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Beyond Media Queries

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Web Typography: Where East Meets West

When we talk about typography, the most common associations are print and Latin-based letters. Many associate printing with Gutenberg’s printing press, but the first moveable type was invented by Bi Sheng in China approximately 400 years earlier. And today, even though print has yet to fall out of favour, the explosion of the web has resulted in a lot of reading being done off screens of all sizes.
Analog typesetting is done with metal slugs, but the web uses CSS to set type.

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Web Typography: Where East Meets West

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Fast By Default: Modern Loading Best Practices

Optimizing sites to load instantly on mobile is far from trivial. Costly JavaScript can take seconds to process, we often aren’t sensitive to users data-plans and browsers don’t know what UX-critical resources should load first. Thankfully there’s a lot we can do to give our users a MUCH better loading experience. Watch Addy Osmani (and friends) illuminate new loading best practices for diagnosing and making real world sites load instantly today.

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Fast By Default: Modern Loading Best Practices