We round up the hottest web design trends set to dominate 2016.
HTML5 seems to have been around forever but it was in fact only finalised in October 2014 – although it has been implemented for around five years prior.
Interactive design happens in space AND time, but so many designers just think about space, says Jason Cranford Teague.
youtube: DS4yxlBkVSs By using extensive university research, the Shoreditch-based independent creative agency Clubhouse Studios has produced this interactive map of happiness in London.
Velocity.js is a free, lightweight library that you should be using - developer Neal O'Grady gets you started.
The BBC's latest online experiment enables you to try, rate and share a mix of new ideas and formats.
By building interactivity into the structure of a site, AngularJS could change the face of web development. Ari Lerner explains more.
jQuery can make the web faster, more accessible and also – thanks to a new plugin called pagePiling.js – even more beautiful and engaging.