Typekit is a quick and easy way to add quality Web fonts to your site, but it can also significantly impact page load times. “Ain’t care: I want cool fonts!” you say. Okay, if you’re willing to sacrifice a little speed for that, it might be a reasonable trade-off for your purposes.
Imagine you try to walk into a store but before you can, an employee jumps out and asks you to sign up for their newsletter. With an annoyed “No, thanks,” you try to pass by and go about your business. Why would you want to do that before you knew anything about the place, let alone… Read more »
In the appropriately named book, “Mobile Usability,” human factors mac-daddy, Jakob Nielsen, and co-author Raluca Budiu, give us a primer on all the dumb mistakes it’s possible to make in your mobile apps and sites. Some of them are painfully obvious, some of them not as much. Here are ten good things I learned.