Last week I joined over 400 web nerds at CSS Day 2019, which took place once again in the lovely Compagnietheater in Amsterdam. These are some of the things I learned.
It’s a common, but fairly easy-to-fix accessibility issue: lack of indicating focus. In this post I will explain what we mean by focus and show you how focus outlines make your site easier to use.
I am joining the W3C! Some thoughts on leaving Mozilla and the City of The Hague and on joining this new team.
Some thoughts on seeing declarative component frameworks as a way to make the web more accessible, not less.
Why and how the right HTML elements can improve the user experience of people that use assistive technologies.
Write-up of the Inclusive Design and Accessibility meetup in Rotterdam on 21 March 2019.
This week I read The age of surveillance capitalism by Shoshana Zuboff. This is my review.
Are component frameworks at odds with a vanilla approach to web development? Well, partly, but not as much as I used to think. Some thoughts after I tried a framework.
A bit about designing min-content, max-content and auto, and how they can be used.
Recreating old posters, I figured there are at least two approaches to deciding how many grid tracks your component or page needs: one can make it visually perfect, the other is more flexible if content is bound to change.