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Thinking differently about progressive enhancement - Adam Silver
> If a browser doesn’t support any of the APIs, the user always sees the content. It works, but it’s just not enhanced using progressive disclosure. Importantly, we’ve made sure the experience isn’t broken for anyone. That’s inclusion.


I'm not sure how we've got to the point where we're okay with not supporting people on older devices.

"They can always upgrade, Charlie". No they can't. YOU can upgrade your laptop. Someone who is poorer may not be able to. And when they can't upgrade the device they're stuck with an under powered CPU that may not render the latest fanciness. And they often can't upgrade to the latest versions of browsers.

But please, carry on building essential services that can't be used by some people.
web  progressiveenhancement  inclusivedesign  publishtoweb 
21 hours ago by sonniesedge
Dark Scrum
> The power holders may be new to Scrum, but they know a lot about how to handle this problem. So every two weeks they show up and tell these programmers what they have to build. Oh, those programmers will push back. They are lazy, and recalcitrant. But the power holders keep the pressure on, because that’s how you manage people. So they tell the team what to do and they’d better do it.

Talk to your PO today about Dark Scrum.
web  process  scrum  agile  publishtoweb 
yesterday by sonniesedge
I Threw Away my Mouse - 24 Accessibility
Incredible analysis of multiple webpages and how usable they are without a mouse.

The conclusion that roughly half of all pages are *completely unusable* is a damming indictment of the web industry.
web  a11y  publishtoweb 
2 days ago by sonniesedge
Big ol’ Ball o’ JavaScript | Brad Frost
> The “full-stack only” organizations I’ve encountered are quick to show off a dizzying array of testing suites, build processes, and optimization tools. And their markup and style architecture is almost always lacking (to put it nicely). well as any concept of user-centered design. It tends to be tech first, people needs after.
web  design  js  publishtoweb 
3 days ago by sonniesedge
Snooky boy gives a balanced view on this. tl;dr use it if it's useful to you and your org.
web  css  js  cssinjs  process  publishtoweb 
4 days ago by sonniesedge
Stepping Back from the Edge | Adrian Roselli
> Chrome has no obvious challenger because no other company has the scale, the market and product saturation, nor the truly independent standards bodies to contain it.

We've got to stop a other monoculture emerging. Use anything else but Chrome!
web  browsers  browserengine  monocultures  publishtoweb 
7 days ago by sonniesedge
cferdinandi/bouncer: A lightweight form validation script that augments native HTML5 form validation elements and attributes.
This script for progressively enhanced HTML5 forms to something _even better_ is absolutely fantastic. I absolutely love things of this kind that take the core fundamentals of the web and enhance them even further.
web  progressiveenhancement  js  javascript  forms  publishtoweb 
7 days ago by sonniesedge
#​Edge​Goes​Chromium -
> There’s a bigger world beyond Chromium, I encourage you to explore it.
web  browsers  publishtoweb 
11 days ago by sonniesedge
Unlocking Accessibility for UX/UI Designers - 24 Accessibility
These heuristics for thinking about accessibility issues are fantastic and (in hindsight) such an obvious thing to do!
web  a11y  design  publishtoweb 
13 days ago by sonniesedge
Microsoft is building a Chromium-powered web browser that will replace Edge on Windows 10 | Windows Central
Dear god, I really hope this story isn't true. Otherwise the diverse WWW is another step closer to death.

Edge is not without its problems. But a diverse group of browser engines is vital to keeping the web ecosystem fresh.
web  browsers  browserengine  publishtoweb 
15 days ago by sonniesedge
Reluctant Gatekeeping: The Problem With Full Stack | HeydonWorks
> so the Full Stack Developer emerges in the market, like an Uruk-hai emerging from its grimy placenta: stronger, better, problematic.

Heydon always gives good blog, and when writing about "full-stack development" his vitriol is upgraded from tactical to strategic.

I have equally big problems with the concept of "full-stack". It's a concept that always necessitates a sacrifice, of either less-privileged developers (as Heydon eloquently snarls), or of the end users.

The most vulnerable users depend upon the expertise of an accessibility and robustness aware front-end developer, yet they are, once "full-stack" gets involved, at the tender mercies of a dev who has never been told "no" and who therefore thinks he can do anything in life, despite getting quickly bored of anything to do with accessibility, UX, or other icky girly things.

"Full-stack" development can, frankly, strap itself to the back of an elderly incontinent cow and follow it into the mincers of the factory farm.

Fucking come at me, bros. I'm ready for a smackdown.
web  a11y  inclusivedesign  fullstack  publishtoweb 
15 days ago by sonniesedge
Accessible design patterns
Very useful accessible design patterns from Leonie Watson.
web  a11y  publishtoweb 
17 days ago by sonniesedge
Accessibility Cheatsheet — Practical approaches to Universal Design
This accessibility cheatsheet is incredibly useful. Print it out and keep it next to your monitor!
web  a11y  design  publishtoweb 
4 weeks ago by sonniesedge
When to put down the tools – Mike Monteiro – Medium
> by continuing to aid the companies making those decisions by selling them their labor, they’ve become complicit in their actions.

At this point in tech history I honestly feel disgust with people still working for Facebook.
web  activism  publishtoweb 
4 weeks ago by sonniesedge
To www or not to www – Should you use www or not in your domain?
Yes, you should immediately use `www`. Redirect your naked domain to `www` for aesthetics, but a subdomain as the canonical address makes sense from cookie security and DNS flexibility.
web  dns  cookies  publishtoweb 
4 weeks ago by sonniesedge
The Web We Lost
>  a generation of entrepreneurs encouraged to make more narrow-minded, web-hostile products ... because it continues to make a small number of wealthy people even more wealthy, instead of letting lots of people build innovative new opportunities for themselves on top of the web itself.

This matches my feelings 100%. We've lost so much of the weird wild web and turned it over to boring centralised corporate apps.

I want the web back.
web  indieweb  capitalism  publishtoweb 
4 weeks ago by sonniesedge
To whom does the burden fall? – The Interconnected – Medium
> I know this is going to come as a shock to some folks, but it turns out that when you cross the line from “not disabled” to “disabled”, a mysterious fellow in a cowl doesn’t appear on your doorstep to hand you a manual and a bunch of code words.

Holy crap, this article is 🔥. So many truth bombs about accessibility and where the burden of duty lies. (Hint, it's NOT WITH THE FUCKING DISABLED PERSON).
web  a11y  publishtoweb 
4 weeks ago by sonniesedge
30 Seconds of CSS
Some really useful snippets of CSS!
web  css  publishtoweb 
4 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Redesigning your product and website for dark mode — Stuff & Nonsense
> Implementing dark mode is easy, but designing for it is less so. Here are some things you should consider when designing a dark mode version of your product or website to ensure you maintain accessibility and readability, and a consistent feel for your brand between Light and Dark.

Excellent guide to using the `prefers-color-scheme` query in CSS to make a dark colour palette available!
web  css  a11y  design  publishtoweb 
5 weeks ago by sonniesedge
When to use CSS vs. JavaScript | Go Make Things
> If something I want to do with JavaScript can be done with CSS instead, use CSS.

100% agreement with this!
web  css  js  publishtoweb 
5 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Tags to DOM · An A List Apart Article
I love this post about how things get from HTML files on the server to DOM nodes in the browser.
web  browser  html  DOM  publishtoweb 
6 weeks ago by sonniesedge
A service & API to send webmentions and handle endpoint discovery,
web  indieweb 
6 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Indie Map
A map of all known IndieWeb sites!
indieweb  web  publishtoweb 
6 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Bruce Lawson's personal site  : Screenreader support for text-level semantics
> almost no text-level semantic element has a direct mapping to any accessible object

Ouch, this sounds worrying. But then you read the rest of this article and you realise just how overused things like `<strong>` and `<em>` are. I suspect that HTML tags like this are still an easy way for some devs to add visual styling, as opposed to writing the necessary CSS. A relic of [The Bad Old Days]( come to haunt us.
web  a11y  publishtoweb 
6 weeks ago by sonniesedge
The Digital Gap Between Rich and Poor Kids Is Not What We Expected - The New York Times
Turns out that rich Silicon Valley parents are afraid of how much screen time their kids are exposed to. Simultaneously they are pushing their employers devices into poor schools...
web  feminism  activism 
7 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Banana slicers and pre-peeled oranges: “useless” products can help people with disabilities - Vox
> Critics of “useless products” are sitting at the core of a battle the disability community has been engaged in for decades: The right to live in their communities, and to receive the services that enable them to do that. If you can’t use your hands to open a jar of pasta sauce, does that mean you should live in an institution?

Many of the "useless" products that we like to mock are actually life-enabling for disabled users.

The same applies to so much of the web!
web  a11y 
8 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Building low impact websites | Go Make Things
> In 2016, server farms accounted for 3-percent of the global electricity use and 2-percent of global emissions.
> A low-impact web is a moral issue.

Many many head nods to this. I disagree about the impact of database-powered vs static site content sites, as most DB-powered sites will cache requests and serve from the filesystem, just like static sites.
web  performance  environment 
8 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Rhythm in Web Typography | Better Web Type
> Rhythm in typography is just like rhythm in music. A text can either flow like a masterpiece symphony performed by an in-tune orchestra, or it can be a disjointed flimsy song by a one-man band wannabe.
web  typography  design 
8 weeks ago by sonniesedge
The Importance of Heading Levels for Assistive Technology
> WebAIM’s 2017 Screen Reader survey tells us that navigating via headings is the most important way people who rely on assistive technology locate information. Because of this, it’s important to craft your website’s headings properly

This guide to using headings effectively is fantastic!

Headings are definitely one of those murky areas that leave so many FEDs confused. It's good to see some good advice! (Even if I disagree completely about resetting headers).
web  a11y  html  semantics  headings 
8 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Live Transcript
This site is a fantastic little tool for if you've got no other way of transcribing speech to text. As always, you require an excellent sound source (so no laptop on the other side of the room from the speaker) and one person talking at a time, announcing their names as they talk, as otherwise the transcription is useless to other people!
web  a11y  speech 
8 weeks ago by sonniesedge
The web is actually really slow | Go Make Things
> a majority of the web’s growth is coming from developing areas, where mobile connections are the primary way to access the web and service is spotty or unreliable.

This perfectly sums up the state of the web for me.

> Think about how maddening trying to load some of your favorite websites is on 3g, or even LTE.
> Now imagine visiting them on 2g. That’s the web for a billion or so people.
> Slow. Buggy. Unreliable. Barely usable. Not usable.

Most frontend developers will never ever use their sites in the way that actual users do. We need to do better as a profession, because right now we are _rubbish_ at our jobs.
web  performance  progressiveenhancement 
9 weeks ago by sonniesedge
I have resigned as the WordPress accessibility team lead. Here is why. - Rian Rietveld
> The codebase of Gutenberg is difficult for all of us, because no one in the wpa11y team is a skilled REACT developer. So it was hard to implement changes and write PRs ourselves. What we could do is test, tell what’s wrong and what it should be and hope a developer would pick it up.

It is so sad to see WordPress descend into inaccessible design and a fragile JS-first mindset.

It's now apparently impossible to build form inputs without a framework. 😭
web  a11y  wordpress 
10 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Introduction - 18F Method Cards
> A collection of tools to bring human-centered design into your project.

I love it when organisations publish their methods and tools online. This guide to UXD tools utilised by the US gov's 18F is a wonderful example.
web  ux  design  process 
11 weeks ago by sonniesedge
What is Tailwind? - Tailwind CSS
> block h-16 sm:h-24 rounded-full mx-auto mb-4 sm:mb-0 sm:mr-4 sm:ml-0

While I normally pass over atomic class CSS systems, because of their lack of scalability within any kind of non-startup organisation size, the ability to extract atomic-classes into components looks interesting.

> Tailwind provides tools for extracting component classes from repeated utility patterns, making it easy to update multiple instances of a component from one place.

I still think it's the wrong choice for anything that isn't disposable, but the component-extraction makes it a bit more flexible and palatable .
web  css  framework 
11 weeks ago by sonniesedge
What is Modular CSS?
> Modular CSS is predictable, maintainable, and performant.

I love this overview of how to create modular CSS in various systems. It reminds me how far we've come with how we wrote our CSS.
web  css  largescaleweb 
11 weeks ago by sonniesedge
How to build a low-tech website
This is possibly the most fun and interesting web project I've seen in years. ♥️
web  energy  sustainability  publishtobuffer 
11 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Craft CMS | Focused content management for web professionals
I've been playing with Craft CMS and it has been an absolute pleasure to use. It's perhaps the first CMS in a long time to make me reconsider the static site generator thing.

Compared to dealing with Drupal and Wordpress it was a breeze. 2 minutes to get a full working copy on my local machine.
web  cms  php 
11 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Adactio: Journal - Preparing a conference talk
I really appreciate this article by [Jeremy Keith]( It's a real help to people like myself who are starting out with public speaking. Him and [](Lara Hogan) are fantastic for talking about this stuff publicly .
web  speaking 
12 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Software disenchantment @
> As a general trend, we’re not getting faster software with more features. We’re getting faster hardware that runs slower software with the same features. Everything works way below the possible speed.

I empathise a lot with this post. Every time I upgrade my laptop, it gets slower. Each new app seems to aim to do more, while somehow doing less.

This trend is especially apparent in frontend web design. We're doing _pretty much the same as 10 years ago_ but with pages that are 100 times larger, and interfaces that are horrifically slow on anything but the latest iPhone and Mac.

We've sacrificed elegance, sleekness, and robustness for the ability to "pivot" and boot up sites and apps quickly in order to appease angel investors.

With this article, and many others,I hope we're seeing the start of a swing back to slowness and simplicity.
web  slowdown  progressiveenhancement 
12 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Web Accessibility Laws & Policies | Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) | W3C
This list of all the laws and policies related to accessibility in the world highlights just how important it is to have accessibility at the core of your development process.

If you're not developing accessibly, you're not developing.
web  a11y 
12 weeks ago by sonniesedge
How to Meet WCAG 2 (Quickref Reference)
This guide to meeting WCAG 2.0 accessibility standards is packed with useful links and resources.
web  a11y 
12 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Trashy.css - The throwaway CSS library with no class
> This is just a silly idea, a CSS "library" that styles tags directly — as opposed to using class names as style hooks — to help people become more familiar with how to use semantic HTML.

This is definitely not a silly idea. Styling base components first and then overriding with classed components is a very useful technique. It's especially useful when combined with [graded browser support](
web  progressiveenhancement  css 
12 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Salty JavaScript analogy - HankChizlJaw
> JavaScript is like salt. If you add just enough salt to a dish, it’ll help make the flavour awesome. Add too much though, and you’ll completely ruin it.

> Similarly, if you add just enough JavaScript to your website, it’ll help make it awesome. Add too much though, and you’ll completely ruin it.

Salty, and true!
web  progressiveenhancement  js 
12 weeks ago by sonniesedge
How To Kill Your Tech Industry
> In computing, discrimination is as old as the field itself. And discrimination has shaped the field in ways we are only now coming to understand and admit. The technical labor shortage in the UK was produced by sexism—it did not represent a natural evolution of the field, nor a reflection of women’s talents, goals, or interests.

This article sums up so much of what I fear for our tech industry. By creating tech monocultures and ignoring social issues we're not only setting ourselves up for a grand failure, but we're hurting real people and destroying lives.

> Silicon Valley learned that it could actively profit from social inequality. The only catch was it had to be willing to manufacture ever more of it, selling technological “advances” that were actively harmful to a progressive civil society under the guise of technosocial progress.
web  feminism 
12 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Favicon Generator for all platforms
Very useful tool for generating favicon sets.

You don't need a complicated build pipeline for something you'll only use once!
web  favicon 
12 weeks ago by sonniesedge
Refresh CSS Bookmarklet v2
> It’s incredibly elegant in its simplicity. It works everywhere: locally or remotely, on any domain and protocol. No need to set up anything, no need to alter my process in any way, no need to use a specific local server or tool.

Very nice update to the original "Reload CSS" bookmarklet.
web  css 
september 2018 by sonniesedge
Front-End Performance Checklist
> The Front-End Performance Checklist is an exhaustive list of elements you should check or at least be aware of, as a Front-End developer and apply to your project (personal and professional).
web  performance 
september 2018 by sonniesedge
Why the Future of Data Storage is (Still) Magnetic Tape - IEEE Spectrum
> You might expect that if the ability to cram ever more data onto magnetic disks is diminishing, so too must this be true for tape. The surprising reality is that for tape, this scaling up in capacity is showing no signs of slowing. Indeed, it should continue for many more years at its historical rate of about 33 percent per year, meaning that you can expect a doubling in capacity roughly every two to three years. Think of it as a Moore’s Law for magnetic tape.

Oooh, this is very interesting. I like the idea of tape. It slows things down.
web  data  storage 
september 2018 by sonniesedge
Pinboard API (v1) Documentation
Guess who's been spending a lot of time in here lately.
web  api  pinboard 
september 2018 by sonniesedge
We Need Software to Help Us Slow Down, Not Speed Up
> What unifies these experiments is that they encourage deliberation. Why am I buying this? Why am I reporting this “suspicious” incident? Friction engineering ought to be taught in computer-science and design schools everywhere.

I think I hurt my neck nodding at this.

> Most of the time coders labor to increase our throughput by reducing friction. Speed often improves life. But the recent techlash has been driven in a fundamental way by the grim side effects of this acceleration. Facebook’s Newsfeed made it frictionlessly easy to spread misinformation; Twitter let trolls engage in coordinated harassment campaigns; Amazon enticed me to buy crap I manifestly don’t need and is helping to denude towns of local businesses.
web  slowdown 
september 2018 by sonniesedge
Choosing The Right JavaScript Arrow Function: A Guide
I tried several of these methods and my programming life has improved by 345%.
web  funny  publishtobuffer 
september 2018 by sonniesedge
CSS dismissal is about exclusion, not technology
"It's become increasingly clear that the 'debate' about CSS is not about technology. It's about gender privilege and exclusion."

As frontend work reaches its zenith, we're seeing the "soft" women-coded roles being increasingly devalued.
web  css  cssinjs  feminism 
september 2018 by sonniesedge
The "Developer Experience" Bait-and-Switch | Infrequently Noted
"We need to confront the 'developer experience' bait-and-switch. Tools that cost the poorest users to pay wealthy developers are bunk".

Everything that @slightlylate says here is 🔥. You NEED to read it.
web  performance  progressiveenhancement  publishtobuffer 
september 2018 by sonniesedge
Design with Difficult Data · An A List Apart Article
I wish every visual designer could read this article. The hardest part of any project is often translating an overly optimistic happy-path comp into real world situations.
web  design  publishtobuffer 
september 2018 by sonniesedge
Conversational Semantics · An A List Apart Article
How does your content sound when it is read aloud? @AaronGustafson makes his computer shout out random phrases to discover the answer.
web  speechsythesis  publishtobuffer 
september 2018 by sonniesedge
CSS Shape Editors | CSS-Tricks
CSS shapes for beautifully flowing text around images are, dare I say it, *shaping up nicely*.

I'll show myself out.
web  design  layout  shapes  publishtobuffer 
september 2018 by sonniesedge
Web performance review: TradeMe | Wildly Inaccurate
@joseph_wynn show show to do a classy performance review for a website. (the website in this case is godawfully full of client-side that doesn't need to exist).
web  performance  publishtobuffer 
september 2018 by sonniesedge
Accessibility is not a feature. — Ethan Marcotte
"Accessibility is not a feature".

100% agree with @beep that accessibility is not something that you can just import and automate. The issues surrounding #a11y are way more emergent than that.
web  a11y  publishtobuffer 
september 2018 by sonniesedge
Links List for Print Styles | Adrian Roselli
Very useful script to add a list of links to the end of the print version of your page.
web  a11y  print 
september 2018 by sonniesedge
Should browsers still allow users to disable JavaScript? - DEV Community
38.9% of developers don't understand that they're developing for the diverse and beautiful World Wide Web and not some homogenous App Store. 🤷‍♀️
web  inclusivedesign  progressiveenhancement  publishtobuffer 
august 2018 by sonniesedge
The Ecological Impact of Browser Diversity | CSS-Tricks
It is a childlike wish for all browsers to use the same rendering engine. Diversity is beautiful.
web  browser  browsers  publishtobuffer  diversity 
august 2018 by sonniesedge
column-gap and row-gap in Flexbox
Oooohh yeah!! gap, row-gap and column-gap for Flexbox in Firefox 63. (via )
web  layout  from twitter_favs
august 2018 by sonniesedge
::before vs :before | CSS-Tricks
To double colon, or not double colon in CSS.
web  css 
august 2018 by sonniesedge
A native lazy load for the Web platform
Oh my gosh, native image lazy loading is coming to Chrome. With a polyfill this could pave the way for more performant pages. :D
web  performance  publishtobuffer 
august 2018 by sonniesedge
The Web I Want - DEV Community
"Most websites are about delivering content. HTML is amazing for this and you DON'T NEED JAVASCRIPT."

I would like to marry this post from @quii. 👰
web  progressiveenhancement  inclusivedesign  publishtobuffer 
august 2018 by sonniesedge
On Link Underlines | Adrian Roselli
Unpopular opinion: underline your fucking links.

#a11y @aardrian
web  a11y  publishtobuffer 
august 2018 by sonniesedge
The power of progressive enhancement
> Progressive enhancement isn’t necessarily more work - it’s a change in how we think about our projects.

@hankchizljaw just made me progressively enhanced tears of joy. ❤️
web  progressiveenhancement  publishtobuffer 
august 2018 by sonniesedge
Let's serve everyone good-looking content
"Let's serve everyone good-looking content" - @hdv. It's okay for users of non-standards browsers - with no Grid support - to get a linear layout, as long as your content is good!
web  layout  design  progressiveenhancement  publishtobuffer 
august 2018 by sonniesedge
Securing Web Sites Made Them Less Accessible – Eric’s Archived Thoughts
This post from @meyerweb notes now our drive for HTTPS has pushed inclusivity further away for people in remote and poor-connectivity areas. 😢
web  inclusivedesign  publishtobuffer 
august 2018 by sonniesedge
‘Never assume anything’: The golden rules for inclusive design
"Never assume anything". 💯 this - you can never ever assume what a user is doing, or what conditions they're in!
web  ux  inclusivedesign  publishtobuffer 
august 2018 by sonniesedge
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