I’m starting to get more excited about Web Components, and think they can be very helpful to encapsulate compositions of elements.
I’ve found recruiters often look for specific frameworks, but I don’t think they are what matters in web projects.
This week I attended Brique, a new conference about design. This post contains some things I picked up.
At ICONS, three speakers shared their view on what I can only paraphrase as: to do something that matters.
My thoughts about Mozilla’s one week Accessibility Design Sprint.
Last Friday, De Volkskrant exposed how much trouble the Dutch tax office has had in recent years to build software and manage its IT projects. I’ve listed the four main things they lack according to the article.
A quick summary of the Inclusive Design and Accessibility Meetup on 20 July in Rotterdam.
Can pattern libraries be tested for accessibility? And if so, what do we test? In this post I will address those questions and look at accessibility testing in different levels of pattern library driven development.
I’ve rewritten the CSS for this blog, using Grid Layout for the lay-out. These are some of my findings.
In this article, I try to answer the question: is there much inherently wrong with setting standards for what we think is a real/good/professional/sufficient developer?