The team over at Forecast talk about web apps, and it is required reading — go now. There’s so much good stuff this week, so read it all, but if you only read one other thing, make it McDonald’s Theory.
We’re keeping it short this week with one great article on front-end performance by Mr. Harry Roberts.
We’ve gone completely miscellaneous this week. The fun stuff has been piling up, so it&38217;s getting posted all at once.
I didn’t expect it, but the guidelines that Microsoft provides for Windows Store apps is pretty fantastic. Also, Andy Clarke updated his contract killer, Dan Benjamin released The Bacon Method, and Cabel talks about the music created for The Incident.
The best designers and the best programmers aren’t the ones with the best skills, or the nimblest fingers, or the ones who can rock and roll with Photoshop or Vim, they are the ones that can determine what just doesn’t matter. That’s where the real gains are made.
This inaugural edition of Propaganda includes articles from A List Apart that look at different areas of responsive design. You also want to read about how Basecamp Mobile is so fast and using the awesome bookmarklets from Browserstack.