Responsive design sprints are a significantly better way to design and build for today's web than the traditional web design process. We provide the receipts. Unfortunately, not every organization can adopt this responsive design sprints. Why is that and what can be done about it?
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We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve added accessibility tree snapshots to Pleasantest. These snapshots incorporate important accessibility details into your tests, helping you to understand, track, and maintain the accessibility of your interfaces. We believe Pleasantest is the first testing tool to provide this incredibly useful feature.
In Cloud Four’s core values, we state our belief in “the web as a unifying platform to provide access to information for all people of all abilities.” This inspires us to follow best practices…
Our accessibility best practices have changed a lot in recent years, which we're reflecting in the next version of our design system.
A frustrating struggle to keep a tiny native app alive reminds me why I appreciate the web.
The book I spent the last year of my life working on is finally out. It’s called Progressive Web Apps and it is available in paperback and ebook formats. I wrote the book for…
I set out to write a book that answered the questions of why you should build a progressive web app, what your progressive web app should do, and how to put together a roadmap for building it. You can preorder it today!
One of the hidden benefits of Progressive Web Apps is that you can start right now and roll out features incrementally. We took this approach when building our own Progressive Web App last year. Our…
Cloud Four turns ten in October, and we have big changes to announce as we prepare for our second decade. Megan Notarte and Tyler Sticka are now part owners!