Let’s bake accessibility into it from the start.
Talk video, talk slides, and extra links and resources.
The power of the HSL color format and the CSS hsl() function.
Where scoped CSS variables really shine.
“If someone says front-end development is easy then I will 100% assume that they don’t know/do front-end development well.”
HTML ‘hr’ elements don’t have to look boring.
A web accessibility course for web designers and developers.
Why it would be useful to also have Container Queries in HTML.
Tips for optimizing content for Reader modes and reading apps.
“Everything is a remix. We’ve all learned from those that came before, and are still learning from each other today and every day as we create fresh ‘new’ content. We learn, react, create, share, and repeat.”
Do’s and don’ts for web designers and developers.
“It’s sad how we’ve come to a time when loads of unnecessary frameworks has become ‘cool’ and is normal yet the mere mention of jQuery almost causes shame. How did we come to this?”
“If you don’t have a website and you’ve been blogging and creating content on third-party platforms, now might be a good time to reconsider creating one and owning your own little corner of the internet.”
“If you’re making New Year resolutions, let ‘Publish my content on my own site’ be one of them? And ‘Provide an RSS feed for my blog/content’ be another?”
“Y’all better start using RSS if you don’t already.”
“Whenever I add a new RSS feed to my reader, I feel like I’ve added a new gem to my treasure box.”
Virtualization software, screen reader installation, keyboard configuration.
“Under-engineer. That’s almost always better for usability and accessibility. Simple solutions are almost always more robust.”