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January 2017

How To Scroll

by Spone
Scroll-based interaction is incredibly popular for interactive storytelling. There are many compelling reasons for this, yet scrolling is surprisingly nuanced and easy to break. So here are five rules for employing scrolling effectively.

December 2016

November 2016

October 2016

Paris Web 2016 - "Y’a pas d’avancement, pas de grimaces"

by dzc
Après deux années passées dans une jeune pousse de l’e-commerce français, après pas mal de projets échoués et quelques réussites, j’ai tiré de cette expérience de petits enseignements que je viens partager avec vous.

May 2016

Going Fullscreen: Scale and Define Focal Points for Responsive HTML5 Video | Viget

by sbrothier
This January, we teamed up with Dick's Sporting Goods to launch Gear in Action, a digital lookbook featuring products for the 2014 Baseball season. As you can see on this page of the finished site, video of the products in action displays at full height and width. This occurs regardless of browser size, and without distorting the video's original aspect ratio.

Squarespace Help - Using focal points to crop and center images

by sbrothier
With focal points (the small grey circles that appear over images you're editing), you can exert some control over the area of focus in your images.

April 2016

Notifications

by sbrothier (via)
However, you may not want to check Basecamp all the time to look for something new. That's why Basecamp sends notifications to tell you something happened.

Introduction to Service Worker: How to use Service Worker - HTML5 Rocks

by sbrothier
Rich offline experiences, periodic background syncs, push notifications— functionality that would normally require a native application—are coming to the web. Service workers provide the technical foundation that all these features will rely on.

Web push notifications - mobiForge

by sbrothier
Web push notifications are the best thing to hit the web since the hyperlink! No kidding, this technology is going to be huge. Until recently web developers could only dream of push enabled web apps.

Mobile UX Design: What Makes a Good Notification? — UX Planet

by sbrothier (via)
Have you ever paid attention to the number of notifications and alert messages you receive on a daily basis from various apps? How many of those notifications do you actually care about?

Messaging is just getting started - Inside Intercom

by sbrothier
Messaging isn’t about text. It’s about conversations. Here’s why the simplest apps on your phone are quickly becoming the most powerful.

It’s Time For Notifications To Get Smart - Inside Intercom

by sbrothier (via)
My phone buzzed. I was somewhere in Iceland. More than ten miles from my car and any other human being. Holding a phone with a dying battery. I turned it on to check Google Maps.

Design is a conversation - Inside Intercom

by sbrothier (via)
Conversation is such a great way of achieving clarity of thought, even if you’re just talking to yourself.

February 2016

Futures of text | Whoops by Jonathan Libov

by Spone (via)
When the weather is bad I take a bus to work. I’m forever grateful to the person at the bus stop who informed me that you can text New York’s MTA service to find out exactly where the bus is and when it’s going to arrive. Sure, an app that put the bus on a map would be more rich in information, but when I got to texting Bus Time I thought, “Thank god I don’t need to download another f------ app for this.”

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