I like to take a little break and try to solve a simple problem. The current page link is just such a problem. Read more on “The Accessible Current Page Link Conundrum”
I've always been a bit concerned about :focus styles for buttons. Some browsers barely do anything by default, making things less than obvious, whereas Firefox's insistence on including an inner outline (-moz-focus-inner) is ugly. Read more on “Shrinking Button Outlines”
To be really good at CSS, you have to learn CSS. I know this sounds like a tautology but I've become aware of a peculiar attitude that preprocessors such as SASS are somehow the successors Read more on “Tetris & The Power Of CSS”
For this article, I took a sample of corporate and small business design clients, erased their memories (with a "mind rubber"), then asked them to critique a small selection of highly prolific and famous Read more on “Design Clients On Famous Logotypes”
A Jquery plugin to make any elements which can be "clicked" screenreader and keyboard accessible. Read more on “Accessible Buttons jQuery Plugin”
In which we convert Arial Bold into SVG and use the vector shapes to make a radically altered subset before combining it with Arial Bold in a CSS font stack. Oh yes! Read more on “Font Hacking”
A Design Aphorism
Technology over technique produces emotionless design.