Good news: Browsers are more capable today than ever before!
Standards, Page 2
Of all the things that the W3C has published, my favorite is the priority of constituencies. That’s quite a statement given the W3C published the standards that form the foundation of the web and, by extension, my career. But the priority of constituencies has always deeply resonated with me. What happens if we apply it to design systems?
What CSS could I be writing tomorrow that might seem far-fetched today?
I recently found myself racing to fill out Chipotle’s online order form before my mother could find her credit card. In the process, I discovered a bug that could cost Chipotle $4.4 million annually. My…
A technique for overcoming touch target size and content clipping issues with pill-shaped and circular buttons.
From 2008 through 2010 I taught Internet Typography and Web Standards courses part-time at a local art school. One of my goals was to balance students’ understanding of the web’s constraints with its potential. Too…
Incorporating contrast checks into our process has fundamentally changed the way we approach color in our design systems.
What Progressive Web Apps features should we expect Apple to support?
Apple has started development of service workers—the key technology powering Progressive Web Apps.
Exploring shiny new solutions to a classic responsive design challenge.