This post is a test. I like the idea of owning my content, instead of leaving it inside corporate silos like Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Webmentions are a cool W3C recommendation for mentioning/replying to another page on the Internet from your own site. I see it as a standardised way to do what bloggers used… Continue reading Trying out webmention support on my blog
I’ve always thought the prompts on booking sites that tell you there are only 2 rooms left were annoying, but hadn’t considered them an accessibility issue until now. Good read, and there’s a second part coming too. The web is awash with all manner of so-called dark patterns, designed to convert visitors and part them… Continue reading The Paciello Group on accessibility for people with anxiety and panic disorders
I was walking around town with my 1-year-old daughter, who was in a push-chair. We were at the basement level of a new shopping center, following the signposts to get to the exit nearest to a bus stop. At one point, there was a flight of stairs, with a small lift next to them, so… Continue reading Not Our (Accessibility) Problem
After switching to a very minimal blog design, I realised what a huge impact (relatively speaking) libraries like jQuery and plugins like Jetpack can have on the weight of a page.
Jeremy nails it again with this beginner-friendly introduction to Service Workers and Progressive Web Apps. The foreword to the book says “you’ll gain a solid understanding of how to put this new technology to work for you right away” and I’d say that is very accurate. One of the important things the book emphasizes is… Continue reading Express Review: Going Offline by Jeremy Keith