Raindrop.io Bookmarks 01/02/2023
- Safari's date-picker is the cause of 1/3 of our customer support issues
"I'm aware that Safari is the new IE, and don't personally care for the iOS UI. But I chalked up the "New IE" stuff to annoying little CSS issues, and expected that devices recommended specifically for the elderly would be usable by the elderly."
- You don't need HTML! - HTMHell
"<plaintext> is also a real HTML element. It was deprecated in HTML 2 back in the mid-1990s. What's particularly interesting is that the element cannot be closed."
- ueli - A keystroke launcher for Windows and macOS
"A keystroke launcher for Windows and macOS"
- Microsoft Designer: AI Prompt Design Principles
"Microsoft Designer itself is a tool geared towards marketers who create social media banners - it's like Canva but sprinkled with AI - nothing near Figma or anything a UI designer would use for app and web design."
- Web Performance Calendar » Web Performance Calendar meets RUM
"It's obvious that the Web Performance Calendar is trending in the USA, Germany, Japan, Great Britain and India but what really amazes me is the visits from so many countries. At the moment of writing this article we got visits from 145 countries."
- How designers can start using AI at work today | by Steve Dennis | Dec, 2022 | UX Collective
"Enter DALL·E. While this tool is primarily for prompted image generation, it includes two critical features, called "inpainting" and "outpainting". These allow you to "fill in" either an area within the image with a (hopefully) seamless addition, added via a text prompt, or extend the image beyond the initial frame in the same way."
- Web Performance Calendar » LCP attribution: a fetchpriority breakdown
"You might not see notable LCP improvements within (unique) pageviews when your site is using critical CSS on top of an already-optimized base. In the non-critical CSS cases (but still a somehow optimized base), using fetchpriority resulted in significant LCP improvements."