I just browsed my 5 year old Moleskine collecting ideas for everything that comes to my mind on walks, conferences or in the toilet. On page 23 I vomited about current comment systems: the WordPress comments, Disqus or Facebook comments of this world don't do justice to the great web - neither 5 ...
Practical approaches to Universal Design for making your website/webapp accessible to everyone
"Following months of tests and careful evaluation, the first data on air pollutants from the Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite have been released. These first maps show a range of trace gases that affect air quality such as carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and ozone."
"The Tarot Cards of Tech are a set of provocations designed to help creators more fully coonsider the impact of technology."
Source: Artefact Group
"Faster loading pages aren’t just good for people, they’re good for the planet too. The faster a page loads, the less energy it uses. While loading a single page may not seem like a big deal, when you consider that over half the world’s population is online and there are nearly 2 billion websites on the internet, the numbers really start to add up. Plus, very little of the internet is powered by renewable energy, so it is, in effect, the world’s largest coal-powered machine. Faster load times mean less CO2 emissions."
Source: Tim Frick from Mightybytes
Note: This article was originally published on Medium. Today, I’m going to teach you the first step in this journey of connecting with your users (and potential donors) and finding out how to provide them exactly what they’re looking for, to make a commitment to a charity. Talk to u...