So much great information in this one! Read the presenter notes.
The Best of the Internets
Excellent, straightforward grid tutorial from Rafaela Ferro.
Third party code, people… third party code.
Government is supposed to work for the American people, and we owe it to them to do a better job. The tools we need to restore the United States’ global leadership in technology and digital government are already at our fingertips. Now it’s time to act.
While most of the recommendations in this piece are not new, per se, the animations do a great job of explaining the importance of Pablo’s advice for real people.
An excellent round up of some great accessibility testing tools that are freely available. Give ’em a try!
Love this demo from Max Böck!
Eric deftly breaks down how specificity gets calculated with respect to CSS’s functional pseudo-classes
Anyone who’s seen one of my forms talks knows how adamant I am about this: you can never trust the client! Doesn’t matter if that client is a web browser or your mobile app.
The folks at Canva have amassed a pretty expansive color tool that discusses various aspects—like history and associations—of a ridiculous number of colors. This resource also helps you build color sets around each of the colors by exploring complementary colors, analogous colors, and color triads that include it. Pretty cool stuff!