Category : Blog

Blog / Blog - 2 months ago

I Used The Web For A Day With JavaScript Turned Off

This article is part of a series in which I attempt to use the web under various constraints, representing a given demographic of user. I hope to raise the profile of difficulties faced by real people, which are avoidable if we design and develop in...

Blog / Blog - 2 months ago

New CSS Features That Are Changing Web Design

There was a time when web design got monotonous. Designers and developers built the same kinds of websites over and over again, so much so that we were mocked by people in our own industry for creating only two kinds of websites:Is this the limit of...

Blog / Blog - 2 months ago

Using Low Vision As My Tool To Help Me Teach WordPress

When I say that I see things in a different way, I’m not kidding. It’s literally true. For almost 30 years, I’ve lived my life with macular degeneration, a destruction of my central vision. It is the leading cause of legal blindness in the United...

Blog / Blog - 2 months ago

Building A Serverless Contact Form For Your Static Site

Static site generators provide a fast and simple alternative to Content Management Systems (CMS) like WordPress. There’s no server or database setup, just a build process and simple HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Unfortunately, without a server, it’s eas...

Blog / Blog - 2 months ago

A Guide To The State Of Print Stylesheets In 2018

Today, I’d like to return to a subject that has already been covered in Smashing Magazine in the past — the topic of the print stylesheet. In this case, I am talking about printing pages directly from the browser. It’s an experience that can lead to...

Blog / Blog - 2 months ago

Measuring Websites With Mobile-First Optimization Tools

Performance on mobile can be particularly challenging: underpowered devices, slow networks, and poor connections are some of those challenges. With more and more users migrating to mobile, the rewards for mobile optimization are great. Most workflows...

Blog / Blog - 2 months ago

Redesigning A Digital Interior Design Shop (A Case Study)

Good products are the result of a continual effort in research and design. And, as it usually turns out, our designs don’t solve the problems they were meant to right away. It’s always about constant improvement and iteration.I have a client called D...