In this course, you’ll get hands-on experience making web applications accessible. You’ll understand when and why users need accessibility, then you’ll dive into how to make a page work properly with screen readers.
Michael Mangialardi has written a detailed explanation of how to create pure CSS images.
Join your smartest peers and 12 deeply inspiring speakers. Learn cutting-edge techniques and emerging best practices in UX/UI. Whether you’re a designer, developer, strategist, or all the above, you’ll come away with new ideas, improved skills, and maybe even a few new friends.
Articles & Tutorials
Mike Riethmuller argues that break-points don’t necessarily match the intentions of designers and that interpolation will become a more significant feature of web design with the introduction of variable fonts, and an increasing adoption of viewport units and dynamic layout features.
Kilian Valkhof explains how to create sloped edges with a consistent angle in CSS.
Dudley Storey shows how to improve styling of your links with text–decoration–skip and text–decoration–color properties.
Nicolás J. Engler has created a guide on how to start using PostCSS, how to expand it with plugins, or integrate with other CSS processors, task runners, or bundlers.
Jeffrey Zeldman explains why will non-semantic class names that refer to visual styles always be a bad idea, and why semantics, accessibility, and clarity matter.
Build a FREE e-commerce store on your WordPress site in minutes and completely customize every aspect of it with your own CSS.
Rellax is a smooth, lightweight, mobile-optimized parallax library with no dependencies.
Mary Lou shows how to create a beautiful mirror image effect.