Top picks — 2020 March
Why the GOV.UK Design System team changed the input type for numbers #
A few consideration behind the number type input. This article provides a solutions for well articulated problems. I love accessibility reads like this, especially from Gov UK team.
MonoLisa - A font family designed for software developers. Font follows function #
There is not a lot of great font choices for developers. Mono Lisa looks very modern, supports all ligatures that some developers love (some hate), nice wider footprint and is presented on a stunning presentational website. Check this one out.
npm is joining GitHub #
Different Favicon for Development #
Chris Coyier gives a great tip to differentiate a production and development websites. Apart from a great tip he expresses his frustration about the favicon standard and I cannot agree more with this gentleman.
CSS :nth-of-class selector #
:nth-of-class CSS selector is one of the most frequently requested features. Turns out that there is a feature that will help us to achieve this (and a lot more). This great article by Bram(us) Van Damme explains it very well.
CSS Can Influence Screenreaders #
Shocking impact of CSS on screen readers. Ben Myers did a fantastic job of illustrating potential accessibility issue that we may accidentally introduce by CSS. One of the best accessibility articles that I have read in a while.comments powered by Disqus