Henry Desroches wrote
In previous experience, converting variable TTF to WOFF via online tools like convert.io or FontSquirrel would often break the axes needed to interpolate between font variation settings.
Marco Hengstenberg wrote
Standing on their own, icons can be misinterpreted […]. The most important issue though: they lack text. Text is the most accessible format for information on the web. Screen readers understand text best and the same applies to most assistive technology, such as translation apps and Braille displays. So, if we have anything on our web page that’s not text — like icons — we must add text that gives our users the same information. Otherwise we could exclude people from understanding our interfaces.
Live street "electronic" music, without any electric power… yes, that's Basstong! 😍
Tim Kadlec wrote
So we get reduced data cost, with no extra connection from the browser, and what appears to be pretty negligible cost at the CDN (the difference in response time for the final proxied images versus loading them without Cloudinary in place is barely noticeable in my tests)—and it all took just a few minutes to put into place.
When I browse #Flickr these days, the UI is sometimes in French, sometimes in English, without me doing anything… 🤷♂️
Looks like @Apple made a little mistake when choosing the illustration for Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises" in the TV app on my Apple TV… 😂
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