Posts about web design, front-end development and the web in general.
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 over 8 years of volunteering at Fronteers. It’s been a blast!
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.
Leaving the Fronteers board: what happened
Some clarification on why I left the Fronteers board, what was decided at this year’s members meeting and what the Fronteers future now looks like.
Review: Inclusive Design Patterns
My review of Inclusive Design Patterns by Heydon Pickering
Things I learned at From the Front 2016
My notes from From The Front 2016.
Bootstrap considered harmful
Bootstrap and friends can be beneficial for all kinds of stages in the process of making websites, but a magic bullet they are not.