We’re building on a web littered with too-heavy sites, on an internet that’s unevenly, unequally distributed. That’s why designing a lightweight, inexpensive digital experience is a form of kindness. And while that kindness might seem like a small thing these days, it’s a critical one. A device-agnostic, data-friendly interface helps ensure your work can reach as many people as possible, regardless of their location, income level,
Not every browser supports every Validity State property. Internet Explorer is the main violator, though Edge does lack support for tooLong even though IE10+ support it. And Chrome, Firefox, and Safari got … Read article “Form Validation Part 3: A Validity State API Polyfill”
I’ve long been curious … Read article “What Does a Well-Documented CSS Codebase Look Like?”
Oh so true:
There is no such thing as one-size-fits-all styling. An image gallery with three images might need to be styled differently than an image gallery with twelve. There are some cool tricks that you can use to add some number-based logic to your CSS! Using :nth-child and :nth-last-child, you can get some surprisingly complex information without ever leaving your stylesheet.
Stuart Frisby documents that you shouldn’t use the font shorthand when using a System Font Stack:
The font-display property defines how font files are loaded and displayed by the browser. It is applied to the @font-face rule which defines custom fonts in a stylesheet.
As Atomic CSS (also known as Functional CSS) has been gaining in popularity, some confusion has occurred about similar related terms. The goal of this article is to clarify this terminology.
The toughest part of this job for me has been organizing my thoughts. I’ve written an executive summary for the product we’re building, done some competitive research and even dusted off my limited MBA education for a SWOT analysis. Oh yeah, now … Read article “On Writing Feature Requirements”