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Smart thinking from Harry here on a common issue when it comes to naming and styling. As he points out, the solution is not technical, but lies in how you form your mental model: The design issue here is solved by subtly inverting the problem.
- tota11y - an accessibility visualization toolkit
A handy little bookmarklet for doing some quick accessibility checks.
- Report: Responsive Day Out 3 - JH
This is a lovely report not just on the most recent Responsive Day Out, but on all three years: The final outing delivered a diverse range of topics to reveal the state of responsive web design in 2015 and complete a hat-trick of superb conferences.
- Before Sunrise :: Responsive Day Out
Another great in-depth round-up of the third and final Responsive Day Out, this time from Katja Durrani.
- When Responsive Images Get Ugly by Taylor Hunt on CodePen
This is a deep, deep dive into responsive images and I can only follow about half of it, but there are some really useful suggestions in here (I particularly like the ideas for swapping out images for print).
- 2 Kinds of People
Dividing the world in two.
- Practical Questions around Web Components - Ian Feather
An in-depth look at where web components stand today, together with some very good questions about where they might be heading tomorrow.
- The W3C Mobile Checker
A new handy little performance testing tool from the W3C along the lines of Page Speed Insights.
- A Practical Guide to SVGs on the web
Handy tips for creating, optimising, and using SVG on the web, be it in CSS or HTML.
- Responsive day out 3: the final breakpoint | hiddedevries.nl
A fantastically-detailed write up of the whole day out. Each talk is described, and then the threads are tied together at the end. Great stuff! As may have become clear from my notes above, Responsive Day Out 3 was a day full of variety. I had the feeling it could have easily been called Web Day Ou
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