This is everything I posted in: thoughts
Many use WCAG as a baseline to ensure web accessibility. In this post, I look at doing less and doing more than the standard.
This week I had some fun adding the experimental
<spicy-sections> custom element to this website.
In which I argue app stores need fields for accessibility meta information.
In which I talk about why fallbacks are good.
It may not be easy, but it is important to include perspectives outside your own.
Meetings are better with queues. Here’s why.
Not all ‘accessible components’ are created equal. Find out which will work best for our end users with this checklist.
My browser blocked 22281 trackers since July, 2019.
What if more website-owners used Minimum Viable Data Collection as their strategy for complying with privacy regulations?