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1990: Programming the World Wide Web

Tim Berners-Lee and his colleague Robert Cailliau developed the world’s first web client (a browser/editor), created the HyperText Markup Language (HTML), wrote the first web server, and tied it all together with an Internet communication protocol called Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP).

This smart new search site is like a mashup of Google and ChatGPT

A sleek tool called Andi combines the convenience of a chatbot with the credibility of a standard search setup—and it might just be the answer we need.

Type Trends 2023

Our lives and our design work are constantly in motion. This report is an opportunity for reflection and projection, a pit-stop along the way, to help you charge up and plan for the year ahead.

How to choose a web accessible typeface

Often a typeface is chosen based on what appeals to the designer and is a good fit for the project. Web accessibility is often an afterthought, once the fun task of typeface selection has already been done.

ChatGPT Isn’t the Only Way to Use AI in Education

AI can be a tool to create meaningful connections and learning experiences for children—and may help foster more equitable outcomes.

Illustration Trends For 2023

Finding a zest that will help you stand out from the crowd of competitors is a challenge. A powerful toolkit and cutting-edge UI/UX design are essential, however, they will look bland without a unique approach.

Substack introduces ‘private Substacks’ that readers can request to subscribe to

Newsletter platform Substack announced today that it’s introducing several new features, including private Substacks. A private Substack is a publication that you can host alone or readers can request to subscribe to read your posts. Writers can choose to approve or decline each subscription request.

What is wrong with flag icons for languages, according to UX designers?

Following Apple’s example, why should they be replaced on multilingual websites and apps?

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