Some helpful tips from Microsoft, what it's like to browse the internet as a blind person, and learning about this tiny Caribbean island.
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Some thoughts and findings from having finally embraced static on this site.
Reconsidering this dinosaur thanks to new discoveries, listening to some good web chat, and getting lost in the absurd.
Overcoming worries about working with accessibility in mind, thinking about maintaining performance, and enjoying joga bonito.
A series about what passes for masculinity these days, a hefty checklist of ways to improve performance, and delving into Crate 808.
A look at the various ways to properly label, discovering a new (but very ancient) city, and seeing names.
The impact of having vertigo for a month, looking at a potential design trend, and becoming a man in Leeds.
Finally getting around to implementing a grid on this site, admiring manuscripts from the past, and a few words about Kobe.
Revealing the full extent of the Mississippi River, playing with responsive typography, and having some words in a magazine.
Looking at what is really required to be accessible, revisiting some helpful console functions for JS, and admiring the House of the Bicentenary.
Things to check to improve accessibility of a site, thinking more about prefers-reduced-motion, and Magicians of The Gods.
Allowing for people to browse unburdened by light, finding out about a colonial relic, and lamenting about the impact of tourism.
Looking at Veerle Pieters' design process, re-visiting the need for CSS resets, and handling scrap cars.
Looking at some stats from the latest WebAIM screen reader survey, judging rappers based on their lyrics, and giving Holden Caulfield another chance.
Talking about Wu-Tang to an audience of product managers, learning about things that women have invented, and thinking about how easily led people are.
A basic game that lets you control a car through your phone, learning parenting skills from the Inuit, and listening to Laura Yarrow.
Exploring the idea that accessible solutions tend to have much wider benefits that everyone will appreciate.
Setting up home in the depths of a shopping centre, the joys of the non-flying Dutchman, and agreeing with Jeremy Keith.
Learning about how baseball stadiums get built, pondering supporting dark mode, and agreeing a lot with 'our vanishing industry entry points' by Rachel Andrew.
Browsing like it's 1989, learning about Roman Britain and the Bronze Age collapse, and taking cat flaps to the next level.
Experimenting with web cam captures, coming to terms with Angular, and doing non-work things when at work.