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Start making (great) infographics

Sarah Hunt shares 3 ways to design an infographic that stands out from the crowd. With the growth of data-driven news sites, infographics are becoming easier to create. That doesn’t necessarily translate into good design. We won’t shame anyone here, because everyone has the right to experiment. But just do a web search for “worst... Continue reading →

Create shapes with CSS box properties demo

Hans Muller reviews the box shape geometry involved in specifying CSS Shapes as a CSS box. You can generate many shapes by referring to edges in the CSS Box Model. But, as Hans put it in an early post, “You must remember that the CSS Box Model is a set of four rectangular Russian dolls.” In... Continue reading →

Introducing the New Adobe Web Platform Showcase

Before Adobe’s Web Platform team begins work on a new web standard — whether it’s contributing to a specification or actually implementing a feature — we take some time to really understand the specific problems we’re trying to solve. Additionally, after a feature has been prototyped, we spend more time validating that it works the... Continue reading →

Links of Interest – 2

This week we have a whole slew of news items that circulated around. Check them out and feel free to comment on any of them here! Blink – A new rendering engine for the Chromium project forked from WebKit Opera adopts Blink – confirms it will follow Google and ditch WebKit for Blink, as part of its commitment to Chromium... Continue reading →

Links of Interest

Here at Adobe we’ve started collecting links being shot around in the office and compiled a list of some of the interesting ones. There’s a lot of exciting news happening around the open web platform recently so be sure to check out these weekly link digests: – Develop and share web shaders all in... Continue reading →