Run the original WorldWideWeb in a browser tab! My website is quite usable in it. https://worldwideweb.cern.ch/browser/ (sorry put the wrong link in the last one)
Cuba looks like the set of a Wes Anderson movie in these dream-like photos
I find it hilarious Opera's redesigning the browser to look like Vivaldi.
I just learned on the radio that the city of Cologne is taking 360° photos of the city for administrative purposes (such as measuring the maximum passage height of streets).
I bet that most big cities do the same.
Wouldn't it make sense for @openstreetmap to ask them to make those photos available under a compatible license so they can be used in OSM?
"Designing for Dark Mode" by Kirupa https://www.kirupa.com/tricks/dealing_with_dark_mode.htm
`prefers-color-scheme: dark` is so cool. I gotta start using that.
New blog post: "Building a modern carousel with CSS scroll snap, smooth scrolling, and pinch-zoom" https://nolanlawson.com/2019/02/10/building-a-modern-carousel-with-css-scroll-snap-smooth-scrolling-and-pinch-zoom/
In which I extol the virtues of not bothering with third-party carousel libraries, and just building it yourself! The web of 2019 is quite capable. 😊
I'm continually reminded that I'm only able to effectively tackle accessibility issues when I can use VoiceOver (on macOS) for testing. I've never found a better screenreader from a developer's viewpoint.
Things I like about VoiceOver:
- shows text overlay in addition to speaking
- is built in to macOS
- takes like 10 minutes to learn how to use
Check out https://youtu.be/5R-6WvAihms for a good overview of how to use VoiceOver. I'm only slightly exaggerating to say that I didn't "get" accessibility until I watched this video and learned how to use it.
Designer & Illustrator. Opera Software alum. Ook!