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Great collection of web design articles

This is a great collection of articles with a big impact on the web design scene. Collected by Jordan Moore.
Also available as mobi version for your Kindle: Instapaper–2013-11-12.mobi

MINDSET

  • A Dao of Web Design by John Allsopp (2000)
  • Responsive Web Design by Ethan Marcotte (2010)
  • Mobile First by Luke Wroblewski
  • There Is No Breakpoint by Ben Callahan (2013)

TYPOGRAPHY

  • Compose to a Vertical Rhythm by Richard Rutter (2006)
  • More Perfect Typography by Tim Brown (2011)
  • Fluid Type by Trent Walton (2012)

COLOUR THEORY

  • Never Use Black by Ian Storm Taylor (2012)

CONTENT

  • Made to Measure by Allen Tan (2012)
  • Content Choreography by Trent Walton (2011)

PHILOSOPHY

  • Atomic Design by Brad Frost (2013)
  • Of Bears, Bats and Bees: Making Sense of the Internet of Things by Scott Jensen (2012)

A developer’s guide to rendering performance

When we look back over the history of web performance we see a heavy focus on reducing the number of requests and getting files to the browser quickly. Our platform has changed a lot, and while optimizing for network performance remains a crucial part of our jobs, we now have to broaden our performance horizons. Our users also expect smooth scrolling, animations and interactions, even on mobile devices. In short we need to deal with not just how quickly our sites and apps load, but also how quickly they run.
In this session Paul takes a lightning tour of how Chrome converts the DOM into pixels, see how our code affects its workload, and arrive at a modern workflow for finding (and eliminating) rendering bottlenecks.

Paul Lewis | A developer’s guide to rendering performance | Fronteers 2013 from Fronteers on Vimeo.

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Mobile eating the world

Impressive facts about the mobile world:

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Jetzt wird’s schnell – Performante Webanwendung


Jetzt wird’s schnell – Performante Webanwendung mit MongoDB” by Michel Krämer

Relationale Datenbanken sind langsam, zumindest wenn man auf ein Datenmodell angewiesen ist, das einfach nicht so recht passen will. Könnte da eine moderne NoSQLDatenbank
nicht Abhilfe schaffen? Dieser Vortrag beschreibt am Beispiel eines webbasierten
Geoinformationssystems, warum die Nutzer mit MongoDB näher an den Daten sind.
Selbstverständlich werden hilfreiche Hinweise aus der Praxis geliefert und es gibt auch
Code zu sehen.

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Why are Android users less engaged than iOS users?

Giga.com Mobile has published a interesting analysis of IBM data from the latest Black Friday shopping traffic and tries to find some answers of the question: “Why is iOS still so dominant?”

IBM said that 77 percent of mobile traffic on Black Friday came from iOS devices. This despite the fact that Comscore said that Android has 52.5 percent of smartphone subscribers while iOS has 34.3 percent. Some of it comes down to the iPad, which is still the dominant tablet and produces the most traffic compared to iPhones and Android phones. But like the iPhone, the iPad exhibits outsized usage patterns beyond its actual marketshare. Gartner said in the third quarter, iPad shipments have dropped to 50.4 percent. But IBM said it contributed 88 percent of the tablet traffic over the long weekend.

Link to the article: http://gigaom.com/mobile/why-are-android-users-less-engaged-than-ios-users/


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