Some of the quickest accessibility wins can be simple fixes, but if you don't know what to look for, they can be hard to spot.
Hi, I'm Ben Robertson.
🛠 I'm a front end developer at Mediacurrent.
✈️ I help front end developers find remote jobs.
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Common Accessibility Mistakes and How to Fix Them
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How moving away from CMS-centered development will make web development better for everybody: front end developers, back end developers, project managaers, and clients.
Want a remote job? Here’s the cover letter I used to get mine.
Run a quick accessibility audit on any website, even if you've never done one before.
You may think of layouts has being a primarily visual concern. Let's rethink that.
Couldn’t resist creating a
hamburgerHelper method to a hamburger menu 🍔
The hardest problem in programming is saying a word out loud for the first time in front of other people that you’ve read a million times but never heard anyone else say out loud.
This looks like a good starting point for working with service workers: Minimal viable service worker from Jeremy Keith https://adactio.com/journal/13540
I discovered crontab.guru. A simple way to visualize cron scheduling, for people like me that don’t get it 😉
My wife and I welcomed our first son into the world on February 16. I couldn’t be prouder 😍