Posted December 28th, 2023
✨ HTML can do that? – Features That Will Surprise You
Hey everyone ✌️ Here’s a quick look at this week’s newsletter:
📱Mastering Mobile App Patterns
🆙 Pure CSS Magic – ‘Back to Top’ Button
🔍 UX Reality Check – Hope Ahead
Enjoy this week’s edition 👋 – Adam at Unicorn Club.
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Since the introduction of CSS viewport units in 2012, many of us have been using width: 100vw as a way to set an element’s width to the full width of the viewport.
With pure CSS add a ‘back to top’ button.
The following user-experience articles published in 2023 were the ones our audience read the most
Navigation is the heart of any mobile application. The success of an application may depend on how intuitive, efficient, and user-friendly its navigation is.
There has admittedly been some bad news for UX in 2023
I decided to try serving different video using some of the features we use for serving content based on user preferences and accessibility features.
Web performance can often be overlooked, and that’s generally a big mistake.
Animating DOM state changes no longer requires a mountain of code thanks to the new View Transitions API.
I am a strong believer that the more people understand HTML and use it to its full extent, the more accessible the web will automatically become.
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