Writeup of Accessibility London, September 2018.
Review of Smashing Book #6.
Quick summary of my experience this weekend at #HackOnMDN, a three day event where people came together to improve accessibility of and accessibility information on MDN.
Last week a poll about CSS got me thinking about the language and overlapping skills in front-end development.
Heading structures give screenreader users and others a table of contents for our sites. By being conscious of that, we can make better choices about heading levels and their contents.
Now that Grid Layout is seeing more adoption, it seems like a good time to remember that websites don’t need to look the same in all browsers.
Five books about artificial intelligence and the philosophy of AI that I can recommend.
According to WCAG 2, criterion 2.4.2, web pages should have titles. How to go about this in a single page world?
Some ways of how, as front-end developers, we can apply ethics in our work.
An introduction to CSPs for front-end developers.