This Detecting above-the-fold CSS article comes with a handy bookmarklet that lets you identify those bits of CSS you might want to inline in your HTML for snappier rendering. Has a few issues, mainly “it will not find the CSS selectors for psuedo elements such as :hover etc.”—authors say, but interesting tool nonetheless.
Still have lots to consume here but, at first glance, good to know I’m doing it as others do it: Sass Guidelines.
Codyhouse seems to be on its way to become another Tympanus—a few decent resources there already, have a look.
A fair share of mind blowing attention to detail and thinking out-of-the-box went into Simple banking’s user experience. Toby Sterrett explains it all in his Push Conf presentation: from—what it would seem to be obvious—decision to replace passwords with pass phrases to all other, major design choices. Bravo.
Sober look at the state of podcasting and how to take the entire business to the next level: Ten Years of Podcasting: Fighting Human Nature. A truly fascinating read with quite a few ideas to bridge the social and tech gap identified by Matt Haughey. And his follow-up here.
An interesting storytelling concept aiming at providing the reader with immediate meaningful context with usage of hypercards: FOLD by Alexis Hope and Kevin Hu.
Didn’t take long to for this to appear: fascinating take on pitching stories, the kickstarter-way: Deepr Journalism.