Blue Beanie Day (November 30th) is a day where web developers show support of web standards and accessibility by posting a selfie of themselves wearing a blue beanie. It was first instigated by Jeffrey Zeldman in 2006, who wrote a book about web standards and famously wears a blue beanie.... (continue reading "Making "Blue Beanie Me"")
A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to be able to attend the Chrome Dev Summit in San Francisco. It was a really great experience to be able to see, in person, a lot of the people working on the APIs I use everyday, as well as to... (continue reading "Highlights from Chrome Dev Summit 2016")
It's time for another UI challenge! In the first challenge, we recreated some interactions from the MacOS application, Clear. In this one, we are recreating the look of the old iTunes library gallery. The Challenge This is what the final product looks like - Start the Challenge | Live Demo with... (continue reading "Challenge - Recreating the iTunes Library")
Building websites that are accessible can be challenging for developers like myself that have never had to use any assistive technologies. Unlike visual issues such as layout which can be easily seen, accessibility issues can very easily go unnoticed if we don't have the correct tools to test for them.... (continue reading "Tools for Developing Accessible Websites")
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