Lovely to see that another event has survived the bloody pandemic. Hello Bump Festival in Belgium 👋 … good to have you back!
⇾ Visit: Bump 2022
I bet you know this kind of situation: you are talking to your kids (or anyone else) and say a phrase or specific word. But while you say this, you wonder ”Hmm … where does this phrase actually come from? What is it based on?”. It never has been easier to do a bit of research than now, since we have the Web.
Now, this article is about why hyperlinks are actually blue and it is interesting to read what Elise Blanchard has found out for us …
⇾ Visit: Why are Hyperlinks Blue?
Atkinson Hyperlegible font is named after Braille Institute founder, J. Robert Atkinson. What makes it different from traditional typography design is that it focuses on letterform distinction to increase character recognition, ultimately improving readability. We are making it free for anyone to use!
Make sure to read the really interesting insights that come with the article about the font.
⇾ Visit: Atkinson Hyperlegible Font
Another very handy article by Stephanie Eckles. This time she teaches us about four well-supported math functions – calc, clamp, min, max
Once more a handy tool to quickly generate SVG graphics. This time to create SVGs to be used as background for example. By Gabriel Perales and Michael Andreuzza
Andrew Wilshere explains what red and green colorblindness is, how it affects him and how to find solutions for your websites to make it more accessible for people with “deuteranopia”.
This tutorial is meant to be accessible to developers of all experience levels. It can be thought of as “CSS transitions 101”. That said, I’ve sprinkled in some interesting and obscure tidbits — no matter your experience level, I bet you’ll learn something!
What I really like with this guide is, how many examples it holds to see and understand the things josh is explaining. Very nice.