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Implementing Progressive Reduction

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After writing about Progressive Reduction for the first time on Tuesday, much of the feedback centers around “it’s too complicated.” For many, Progressive Reduction doesn’t work if you didn’t start off by building a minimal interface in the first place. This post will talk about how we took the idea of PR and turned it into code.

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Sass Style Guide

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Sensible jumps in responsive image file sizes

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An Event Apart: What Clients Don’t Know

Luke Wroblewski’s notes from Mike Monteiro’s presentation at An Event Apart in Seattle WA 2013

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F**K CAPTCHA

Using a CAPTCHA is a way of announcing to the world that you’ve got a spam problem, that you don’t know how to deal with it, and that you’ve decided to offload the frustration of the problem onto your user-base. As statements go, that’s pretty lame.

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Starting Your Project on the Right Foot (and Keeping It There)

Bethany Heck shares great tips for keeping a project moving forward

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Jason Santa Maria on saying “No”

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Being a web developer…
Is as awesome as Chewbacca riding a squirrel, fighting Nazis with a cross bow. Zoom

Being a web developer…

Is as awesome as Chewbacca riding a squirrel, fighting Nazis with a cross bow.

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A new tool for front-end devs

This looks very promising; check out the video demo

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Has adaptive design failed? Of course it bloody hasn’t.