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Blogs about Front-end web development

58 blogs about Front-end web development.

  1. Aaron Gustafson :: My Notebook
    Hi there. My name is Aaron Gustafson and I work on the web. 🇺🇸 More info

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    🔗 Better form UX with the CSS property `field-sizing`
    Form fan that I am, I’m excited to have CSS that enables fields (especially textarea) to grow to accommodate the content someone’s in the process of entering into it.I distinctly remember spending a good deal …
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  2. Accessibility in government
    This is for everyone: documenting how we rebuild inclusive digital services across government. 🇬🇧 More info

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    GOV.UK ID Check app: Building an accessible digital identity app
    The background At Government Digital Service (GDS), our mission is to make digital government simpler, clearer and faster for everyone. As part of the GOV.UK One Login programme, we released the GOV.UK ID Check app …
    By Shaun Conner - Head of Accessibility for GOV.UK One Login - GDS, 51 words
  3. Adactio: Journal
    The thoughts and ramblings of Jeremy Keith, a web developer living in Brighton in southern England. 🇬🇧 More info

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    UX London 2024, day one
    UX London is just two months away! The best way to enjoy the event is to go for all three days but if that’s not doable for you, each individual day is kind of like …
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  4. Adactio: Links
    Hyperlinks hand-picked by Jeremy Keith. 🇬🇧 More info

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    The invisible seafaring industry that keeps the internet afloat
    A fascinating in-depth look at the maintenance of undersea cables: The industry responsible for this crucial work traces its origins back far beyond the internet, past even the telephone, to the early days of telegraphy. …
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  5. Adam Argyle
    Website for Adam Argyle: Teacher, Speaker, CSSWG member, and creator of Open Props and VisBug. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Announcing The Mini Web Machines Series
    Introducing the GUI Challenges series successor: Mini Web Machines!Tiny bits of code that power great UX. shorter episodes copy and paste free code narrower focus meaningful use cases Watch episode 1: The Looper
    By DevRel@Google, 39 words
  6. Adrian Roselli
    I have worked with companies of all sizes, from independents to Fortune 5s, to help stand up accessibility teams and processes. 🇺🇸 More info

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    What You Can Do as a Web Builder on Earth Day
    One easy thing you can do for the earth is not use “AI” tools. Consider this as a programmer, web developer, web designer, copywriter, webmaster, etc. The tools include anything branded as generative AI, LLMs, …
    By Adrian Roselli, 534 words
  7. Andy Bell | Blog
    A designer, front-end developer and design agency founder—based in the UK. 🇬🇧 More info

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  8. annualbeta
    Infrequently published reports from the world of front-end development with a focus on accessibility, web performance, CSS and 11ty. By Søren Birkemeyer. 🇩🇪 More info

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    Building on the shoulders of giants
    Two weeks ago, I noticed a tweet by Jason Lengstorf about a Netlify project called Dusty Domains. The idea: use a domain that you registered but never actually used, "ship a site to Netlify and …
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  9. Artur Bień | Blog
    I build quality UIs for fun. 🇵🇱 More info

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    Animated blur overlay
    Create cross-browser overlay with animated backdrop filter blur
    By Artur Bień, 11 words
  10. bitsofcode
    Articles on front-end development. Written by Ire Aderinokun, Frontend Developer and UI Designer. 🇳🇬 More info

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    When is :focus-visible visible?
    Focus outlines (and their styling) have frequently been a point of contention between aesthetics and usability. On the one hand, focus outlines are incredibly important for navigation, particularly by users navigating via keyboard or other …
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  11. Brad Frost | Blog
    Design Systems Consulting, Web Development, Workshops, and Music. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The art of design system recipes
    Recipes are a critical — and often misunderstood! — layer in the design system ecosystem. First of all, what exactly are recipes? As the name suggests, recipes combine ingredients to create UI experiences that are …
    By Brad Frost, 1,923 words
  12. Bram.us
    A rather geeky/technical weblog. By Bramus Van Damme. 🇧🇪 More info

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    CSS color-scheme-dependent colors with light-dark()
    I’ve written about light-dark() before here on bram.us, and last month I also wrote an article for web.dev about it. The article takes a bit of a different approach, so it’s still worth a read …
    By Bramus!, 127 words
  13. bryanlrobinson.com - Blog
    I'm a designer, developer and teacher based in Brighton, Mich. By Bryan Robinson. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Jamstack is meaningless
    Right at the top, let’s say what’s in the title… The name Jamstack is meaningless… but then again, so is MACH … and composable… and headless… and Developer experience… and serverless…, but also, they’re all …
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  14. cassie.codes - Writing
    Hi, I'm cassie I like making fun, interactive things with code. I also talk & write about those things. By Cassie Evans. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Modern Frontends
    I've spoken at a lot of events this year, some small community events, some large multitrack conferences, some meetups. All the events have had one thing in common. Organisers who care. Organisers who care about …
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  15. Cathy Dutton
    A collection of my posts and tutorials on Design, User Experience, CSS, PostCSS, and Front End Development. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Management and Leadership in Practice
    Essay question Write a 4000 word portfolio on the following topic... You are required to produce a portfolio which shows ongoing evidence of how you are applying learning on the PG Certificate in Management and …
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  16. Chen Hui Jing
    The chronicles of a self-taught designer and developer. 🇸🇬 More info

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    Generating a weekly calendar from JSON data
    The original purpose of this blog was for me to document solutions that I spent hours figuring out at work, which means it’s not my code therefore I cannot take it wholesale with me. I …
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  17. Chris Burnell · The Homepage
    I’m Chris Burnell, a Canadian Front End Developer, and this is where I think, write, and share my passion for the web. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Lost in Time
    Recently, there’s been a bit of a discussion online about recommending folks add times and timezones to dates on their websites. Since I started keeping a record of my RSVPs to meetups and conferences on …
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  18. Clagnut by Richard Rutter
    The online home and blog of Richard Rutter, cofounder of Clearleft and Fontdeck. Here he writes about web typography, human-centred design, Brighton, music and occasionally cycling. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Dao Day 2024 – a regression in the making
    It's twenty four years to the day since A List Part published John Allsopp's seminal treatise A Dao of Web Design. But all this time on, we're still making the same mistakes. Read more.
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  19. Cloud Four – Articles
    We share what we learn so we can build a better web, together. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Write Alt Text Like You’re Talking To A Friend
    If you take nothing else away from this post, I want you to remember this: Write alternative text as if you’re describing the image to a friend. I find people often get too wrapped up …
    By Scott Vandehey, 1,227 words
  20. CSS { In Real Life }
    Tips, tricks and tutorials on the web’s most beautiful language. By Michelle Barker. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Time to Ditch Analytics? Tracking Scripts and Web Sustainability
    This article on privacy-focussed web design by Paul Jardine and Becky Thorn of sustainably-minded web design agency Root raises some great points about the link between invasive tracking scripts and the carbon footprint of a …
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