Every month for the past year, David Jonathan Ross has been publishing a new font to his Font of the Month Club. It’s only $6 for a monthly subscription and it provides early access to some of his work. I’d highly recommend signing up because each design is weird and intriguing in a very good way:
Accessibility is a hot topic these days, and the older we web-makers get, the hotter it’s going to become! That might be a snarky outlook, but what I’m trying to say is that it’s about time we start designing the web for everyone because the web was meant to be for everyone, and less and less are we able to predict where, when, and how our work will be consumed.… Read article “Advocating for Accessible UI Design”
– Isaac Newton
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It was awesome to hear Charlotte Dann on CodePen Radio the other day, who is Kickstarting a new jewelry business. The idea is that you draw your own jewelry (everything you draw looks awesome because it’s on this interesting hexagon grid) and then it gets actually made. This tying together of her passions sprang to life on CodePen.… Read article “Hexatope”
It seems to me this is the most major change to the WordPress editor in WordPress history. It also seems particularly relevant here as we were just talking about content blocks and … Read article “Gutenberg”
We know that no API can write your code for you (unfortunately), but ours comes close. With in-depth documentation, customizable features, and dashboard that makes your code easy to debug, you won’t find an eSignature product with an easier path to implementation. 2x faster than other esignature APIs.
More and more often, upon discovering a new company or product, I visit their website hoping to find out what it is they do, but instead get fed a mash of buzzwords about their “team” and “values”. And this isn’t a side dish?—?this is the main entrée of these sites, with a coherent explanation of the company’s products or services rarely occupying
It’s a classic problem, and one I’ve been dealing with for a decade. I remember buying a copy of Windows Vista, buying software to manage virtual machines, and spending days just getting a … Read article “Cross Browser Testing with CrossBrowserTesting”