In part 1 of Respecting Font Preferences, I discussed how in almost every major browser, users have the option to adjust the font family and sizes of their fonts to meet their unique needs. However, just because one font family is set to an equivalent of 16 pixels (the common default), does not mean another […]
Breaking news, it’s Bento Break 9 broskis! Accessibility, AI, collaboration, and some slick colorwork. AI and Accessibility Thoughts on re-designing AI. Dynamic Accessible Name Issues Adrian Roselli covers some interesting gotchas. Secrets of Sustained Collaboration These work very well.
Bellissimo Bento Break 8 my friends! More illustration and experimental news this time. Advanced CSS animation Pushing cubic-bezier to the limits! Penderecki’s Garden An immersive experience; not at all accessible. Chrome & native files Pretty stoked to see this coming.
Content is king. So respecting how users choose to consume that content is absolutely critical. (PS: If you’re just here to see how to scale iOS font sizes to respect user preferences, click here for that and the TLDR) Out with the old Early in my career, I consistently chose a fixed pixel size for […]
This article is more of a musing than anything in-depth. I just returned from the most magical place on Earth, Disney World & Universal Studios. The execution of the work, scenery, rides, immersion in the newer areas of each park was baffling to the point of feeling cathedral-like. While returning from the hotel to the […]
Another bona fide Bento Break! Podcasts, tech, and great content. Oh my. Accessible motion How to do it right. Magnetic charging cables These are a game changer in my house. Darknet Diaries The podcast of web spies, lies, and suprise
Bento Break 5? Bon appétit! (Not sure how long I can keep these food alliterations up…) Accessible furniture, CSS pseudos, and great music. Oh my. Shared transitions Looking forward to this one. New CSS Psuedo-classes Some valuable stuff here. High contrast furniture Accessibile furniture colors? Of course!