I'll start this week with some personal news, which, if you follow me on Twitter, you may already know. After 20 years of self-employment (aka refusing to have a proper job), I've accepted a new role at Google. I'll be working on web.dev, and I am really excited about all the great content I can help folk create for the web development community as part of a bigger team.
This newsletter will continue, however! At 320 weekly issues, it would be a terrible shame to break the chain now, so while there is layout news to share, I'll keep posting it.
The free, 24-hour, online event celebrating inclusive design is back on 23rd September.
Here is a nice CSS tutorial demonstrating how to add noise to a gradient using properties such as
mix-blend-mode along with SVG, and filters.
A good look at how to use typography to help in making data-heavy operational product designs look great, and be easy to read and understand.
A rundown of different ways to style checkboxes.
A piece about the things to consider when developing components from Michelle Barker.
This post details the creation of TryShape — an app that helps you create shapes using CSS
clip-path and then share them.
Inclusion and diversity are two of the most important themes in today’s world. As UX and front-end experts, it’s our responsibility to actively explore how our work impacts all users, not just an idealized average.
An Event Apart Online Together: Fall Summit 2021 features essential sessions from Derek Featherstone, Regine Gilbert, Melanie Richards, Sara Soueidan, and David Dylan Thomas to help you get started. Join us online October 11–13.
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