Posts Categorized: Twitter

RT @brad_frost: This matches my experience working with several teams who bit down hard on React, which unfortunately alienated designers and more traditional web developers. I wrote some thoughts about this: https://t.co/sioZlZd6dY

This matches my experience working with several teams who bit down hard on React, which unfortunately alienated designers and more traditional web developers. I wrote some thoughts about this: https://t.co/sioZlZd6dY— Brad Frost (@brad_frost) October 22, 2018

RT @simonw: Startup idea: clone today’s popular web apps but do it with minimal JavaScript and fast server-side performance and out-compete them on the next billion international web users with cheap Android devices

Startup idea: clone today's popular web apps but do it with minimal JavaScript and fast server-side performance and out-compete them on the next billion international web users with cheap Android devices— Simon Willison (@simonw) October 22, 2018

RT @CarrieForde: I’ve tweeted a lot about how much I love #gutenberg and the super positive impact it’s made for the marketing folks I work with everyday. But despite my love for it, I can’t responsibly support it being merged into core until it’s accessibility is improved.

I’ve tweeted a lot about how much I love #gutenberg and the super positive impact it’s made for the marketing folks I work with everyday.But despite my love for it, I can’t responsibly support it being merged into core until it’s accessibility is improved.— Carrie Forde (@CarrieForde) October 20, 2018

RT @mor10: Web #accessibility is not “only” about meeting coding and color guidelines. It’s also about reducing cognitive load and designing for cognitive differences. Excellent @alistapart piece, highly relevant to the current #WordPress + #Gutenberg situation https://t.co/lgll1tMIEm

Web #accessibility is not "only" about meeting coding and color guidelines. It's also about reducing cognitive load and designing for cognitive differences. Excellent @alistapart piece, highly relevant to the current #WordPress + #Gutenberg situation https://t.co/lgll1tMIEm— Morten Rand-Hendriksen (@mor10) October 17, 2018