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?
A look into the early days of CSS and changes that have occurred since.
My write-up of Patterns Day 2017, on 30 June in Brighton.
On the difference between pseudo classes and pseudo elements
My write-up of Browser API Special and CSS Day 2017.
My notes from the ICONS meetup with Léonie Watson on 31 May 2017.
Some thoughts after seeing the Ken Loach’s film I, Daniel Blake.
All interactive elements should have accessible names and can have descriptions. In this post I explain labelling with native HTML and ARIA attributes and discuss how to future-proof your labelling.