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Some Typography Links

April 3rd, 2020

I just can’t stop bookmarking great links related to typography. I’m afraid I’m going to have to subject you, yet again, to a bunch of them all grouped up. So those of you that care about web type stuff, enjoy. I know there are lots of good reasons to be excited about variable fonts. The…

Temporarily rolling back SameSite Cookie Changes

April 3rd, 2020

With the stable release of Chrome 80 in February, Chrome began enforcing secure-by-default handling of third-party cookies as part of our ongoing effort to improve privacy and security across the web. We’ve been gradually rolling out this change since February and have been closely monitoring and evaluating ecosystem impact, including proactively reaching out to individual…

Chromebook accessibility tools for distance learning

April 2nd, 2020

Around the world, 1.5 billion students are now adjusting to learning from home. For students with disabilities, this adjustment is even more difficult without hands-on classroom instruction and support from teachers and learning specialists. For educators and families using Chromebooks, there are a variety of built-in accessibility features to customize students’ learning experience and make…

Why Do Some HTML Elements Become Deprecated?

April 2nd, 2020

The internet has been around for a long while, and over time we’ve changed the way we think about web design. Many old techniques and ways of doing things have gotten phased out as newer and better alternatives have been created, and we say that they have been deprecated. Deprecated. It’s a word we use…

COVID-19: $6.5 million to help fight coronavirus misinformation

April 2nd, 2020

Health authorities have warned that an overabundance of information can make it harder for people to obtain reliable guidance about the coronavirus pandemic. Helping the world make sense of this information requires a broad response, involving scientists, journalists, public figures, technology platforms and many others. Here are some ways we plan to help. Supporting coronavirus…

Transform your photo in the style of an iconic artist

April 2nd, 2020

From the bold, swirling movement in Vincent van Gogh’s paintings, to the surreal, confident brushstrokes of Frida Kahlo, many famous artists have instantly recognizable styles. Now you can use these styles to transform your own photos. With Art Transfer, a new feature in the Google Arts & Culture app, you can apply the characteristics of…

Improve Android deployments with new employee adoption kit

April 1st, 2020

Bringing Android Enterprise to your organization opens up new possibilities for your business, and a well-structured communication plan can help employees understand all the capabilities. We’ve created the Android Enterprise Employee Adoption Kit to help IT teams communicate the features and benefits to their employees. Resources include helpful videos, flyers, email templates, and slide decks…

Performant Expandable Animations: Building Keyframes on the Fly

April 1st, 2020

Animations have come a long way, continuously providing developers with better tools. CSS Animations, in particular, have defined the ground floor to solve the majority of uses cases. However, there are some animations that require a little bit more work. You probably know that animations should run on the composite layer. (I won’t extend myself…