This week I've included a link to the Lightning Experience Framework from Salesforce, but this article goes into the process of how they came up with the framework
In a recent panel podcast from the shoptalk show podcast they talked about the death of CSS.... and how that's stupid (citation needed).
If you miss the responsive day out closing keynote then I've got some good news. Aaron Gustafson has written it out in shorter form in this article that provides you with some actionable next steps now that you're done with your responsive redesign.
A great article looking at how to deal with ads and performance, but also looking at what the new adblocking iOS 9 means for mobile consumed sites.
Facebook dig up a study done by Yahoo 8 years ago to find how useful browser cache can be for a site that releases new code twice a day (that statement alone, twice a day code releases, is amazing to me)
I really like this years dConstruct website, and a little known fact is that it even renders nicely on a Lynx browser.
This is a great roundup on responsive images. It covers all the stuff that Jason does in his 10 part series just not in as much detail.
A few weeks ago I invited you to comment on the CSS Grid Layout specification put forward. If you haven't read it, or find the specs difficult to read, then check out this article.
It's true, I think sometimes we have a lot of free space on larger viewports. This article looks at opportunities we have to ensure those spaces are being used... but in a way that will enhance the UX.
Tutorials & Resources
Jason Grigsby wraps up this mammoth review of responsive images from the definitions to breakpoints. In the final edition Jason looks at compatibility, picturefill and automating your image processing.
A look at how to control your data tables in a multi-viewport world.
With the Design System you can build custom applications with a look and feel that is consistent with Salesforce core features
These themes are professionally designed and supported and come from the team that build and maintain the framework itself. I've not purchase any so I can't comment on their ease, but they look pretty sweet.
Two of my favourite web folks, Brad and Stephen, join Andy Clarke and look at the plethora of tools that are on offer for web designers and developers. If you're not fussed on tea/coffee cups then fast forward to 33 minutes.
This week I'm joined by Peter-Paul Koch of quirksmode.org fame. We talk about a conference PPK is co-organising, the state of the mobile device browsers, and perhaps decide that the web needs to creep along rather than streak ahead of come to a standstill. I thoroughly enjoyed this chat and I'm sure you will too.