The Web isn’t uniform

Accidentally, it completely slipped my mind to flip the switch and enable JavaScript back. A door to entirely different Web was suddenly wide open. Let me tell you—I didn’t like what I saw.

The Web without JavaScript is empty and broken

The Web isn’t always blazing fast

The Web and its technologies have to be treated differently

Having endless opportunities at our hands is great, blindly obsessing over the stack and not putting people in the forefront never is.

The Web isn’t uniform—it’s countless flowing layers, each affecting user experiences in its own way.

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Karolina Szczur

Karolina Szczur

Co-owner and Product Design Lead at calibreapp.com. Curator perf.email.

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