Good accessibility is good UX. Beth Raduenzel provides a step-by-step guide to making and maintaining an accessible website.
My Accessibility Journey: What I’ve Learned So Far
“It’s not about writing the most sophisticated code or finding the most clever solution to a problem; it’s about users and whether they’re able to use our products.” Manuel Matuzovic shares 11 lessons as a developer learning about and incorporating accessibility into his work.
Faux Grid Tracks
Hack the Grid with Eric Meyer as he explores different methods for replicating a tic-tac-toe board using CSS Grid.
The Story of CSS Grid, from Its Creators
Designers have used grids for centuries. And after more than 20 years of waiting, they are finally here for the browser. This is the story of CSS Grid. It took a lot of people in the right place and at the right time to make it happen.
Yes, That Web Project Should Be a PWA
A Progressive Web App (PWA) is a website with special powers. Despite what you might have heard, most websites—and, more importantly, their readers—can benefit from becoming PWAs. And it’s so easy! Essential content from A List Apart’s Aaron Gustafson.
A Redesign With CSS Shapes
Here at An Event Apart we recently refreshed the design of our “Why Should You Attend?” page with some cutting-edge design techniques: non-rectangular float shapes and feature queries. Learn how we made it all happen.