It’s been a while, four and a half years in fact, since I wrote anything about my tools. So this post is long overdue.
Not all disabilities are treated equally and you can’t create 100% accessible space. Those two rules are absolute. What you can do is to create things which can be easily made accessible. CSS Tricks is tricky but it can be made accessible for a subset of people living with anxiety.
This is apparently an annual post about not being good enough in your own eyes.
To solidify what I’ve learned so far in a Udemy course I’ve decided to write about a visualization of changes in GDP and life expectancy and since I am a bit of rebel I did couple of changes that weren’t initially in the assignment but sounded interesting.
Even though my day job requires me to write code and tests for the code, my main mode of operations are workflows. So when I started writing SlothCMS my starting point was the initial wizard where users set things up.
So it’s last week before the madness called Christmas ends. I am at the moment busy with job interviews, answering recruiters and planning interviews around my work day. It’s complicated especially when someone wants to talk to me over the phone for a bit longer unannounced.
Last week was crazy, my LinkedIn messaging inbox is flooded by recruiters and I am starting to lose track of to whom I need to reply and my spoons are leaking as well. It’s also a learning experience in telling people no because not all positions are interesting or allow me to have reasonable hours.
With redesign I chose to make a space for an animation between the menu and the actual content. It’s always an SVG animation, so nothing which would cause huge data transfers, current one is 4KB big. I am close to paganism so Winter solstice is more important event to me than Christmas, so I made animation which represents it. Continue reading “How I made Winter solstice animation”
Week 48 of 2017 was a wild one for me personally. I gave notice at my day job (for a lot of reasons) and I submitted a proposal to speak at .concat(). Continue reading “Interesting things from the web – Week 49 of 2017”
I think that the title says it all and you can stop reading now and can go create a habit of building accessible apps and web sites. Continue reading “Accessibility isn’t one time thing, it’s a habit”