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Over the years of being a web developer with a focus on accessibility, I have mostly dealt with widely-adopted, standardized UI components, well supported by assistive technologies (AT). For these types of widgets, there are concise ARIA authoring practices as well as great tools like axe-core that can be used to test web components for accessibility issues. Creating less common widgets, especially those that have no widely-adopted conventions for user interaction can be very tricky.
Ah, networking. Every creative freelancer’s favorite thing ever. Going out to events, shaking hands, plastering on a fake smile, getting paper cuts from passing out hundreds of business cards, dodging... The post Networking For Designers 101: How To Network Properly appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
The web continues to amaze me. With all its variety and different changes to the platform, it's hard to see a straight pattern — if there even is (just) one. But it's wonderful to see what is being changed, which features are added to the platform, which ones get deprecated, and how browsers implement more and more technology to protect the user from malicious website attacks. It's interesting to see that these security features nowadays are getting as much attention as a feature for developers; this shows the importance of privacy and security and how unstable and insecure the web was in the past.
One of the more overlooked aspects of being self-employed or running a small agency is that you are actually responsible for a whole lot more than just design. The business... The post FreshBooks Helps You Manage Business Finances with Ease <span class="sponsored_text">Sponsored</span> appeared first on Speckyboy Web Design Magazine.
Facing difficulties in managing your business? Finding it tough to cater to the staffing needs? There must be many issues that you might be facing....Read More The post Vendor Management System: A detailed guide to help your business grow! appeared first on ISHIR | Software Development India.
Working on very different projects, in different teams and with different people can sometimes be a challenge. But one thing that works out remarkably well is doing retrospectives with your team. In retrospectives, you talk about how a certain project went, and the whole team shares what problems/challenges they faced, what was good and what was annoying people, why people were unhappy. And after each person has written this down on a wall (you can use Post-Its), you try to find useful solutions, small improvements that avoid conflicts, that avoid people feeling bad in a project, and that avoid unnecessary stress situations. Ideally, you do this often — like every two weeks. In every team so far, talking about issues and addressing them has helped to bind the team together and improve future work. Let's work more together in our teams instead of on our own.The post Web Development Reading List #127: jQuery 3, UX Research And XSS In Ads appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
It's crunch time, and a client wants to see their design as it would look on an iPhone or iPad. Don't fret; there are a number of ready-to-use mockups on the market waiting for your customization. Customizing a mockup is an easy way to show off a design project in a realistic environment that's sure […]
With Progressive Web Apps, the web has been ever more closely moving towards native apps. However, with the added benefits that are inherent to the web such as privacy and cross-platform compatibility. The web has traditionally been fantastic about talking to servers on the network, and to servers on the Internet specifically. Now that the web is moving towards applications, we also need the same capabilities that native apps have.
In March I wrote The Perl debugger can be your superpower, introducing the step debugger as a better way to debug your Perl code rather than littering your source with temporary print statements or logging. I use the debugger all the time, and I've realized that some more techniques are worth covering. Although I mentioned a caveat when debugging web applications, our apps at work all adhere to the Perl Web Server Gateway Interface (PSGI) specification and thus we can use tools like Test::WWW::Mechanize::PSGI or Plack::Test to run tests and debugging sessions in the same Perl process. (Mojolicious users can use something like Test::Mojo for the same effect.)
10 Things Not to Do While Designing a Website for Restaurants. A website is something that creates a long-lasting impression on a new user's mind. And as they always say, the first impression is the last. If you make the first impression wrong, you have lost the battle. But, if you hit the right notes, […] The post 10 Things Not to Do While Designing a Website for Restaurants appeared first on Line25.
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