Posts about web design, front-end development and the web in general.
Where focus goes when following in page links
Today I learned about the sequential focus navigation starting point, which helps browsers decide what to do with focus when you link to content that is not focusable
Book tip: Turing’s vision
A few notes about Chris Bernhardt’s book Turing’s Vision: The Birth of Computer Science.
Mom-jokes as part of corporate culture
On jokes between friends and jokes on a corporate level.
On hiding content
A post about how the
hiddenattribute works, how it differs from
[aria-hidden]and how it relates to just hiding with CSS.
How to make error messages accessible
On how to help users see which fields have errors, what’s wrong with them and how to fix it.
My last day at Fronteers
Looking back at my volunteering experience at Fronteers.
My notes from Harry Roberts’ performance workshop in Amsterdam on 9 March, 2017.
The importance of web standards and design for accessibility
My notes from the Inclusive Design and Accessibility meetup, 20 February 2017 in Amsterdam.
This is how to temporarily trap focus in an element, a functionality that can be used to make modal interface elements more accessible.
In this post I explain why I think declaring behaviour in markup is advantageous rather than problematic.