An understanding of CSS Writing Modes is useful if you want to work with vertical scripts, or change writing mode for creative reasons. However, they also underpin our new layout methods, and those ideas are increasingly being applied across all of CSS. In this article, find out why Rachel Andrew believes understanding writing modes is so important.
One metric I feel that front-end developers overlook all too quickly is Time to First Byte (TTFB). This is understandable—forgivable, almost—when you consider that TTFB begins to move into back-end territory, but if I was to sum up the problem as succinctly as possible, I’d say: While a good TTFB doesn’t necessarily mean you will have a fast website, a bad TTFB almost certainly guarantees a slow one.
Last week I posted my new logo animation on twitter. Amongst everyone saying a ton of lovely things, (thankyou) there was a resounding cry of “tutorial”. So I’m going to try and break it down for you. Hope this helps someone, I had a ton of fun making it!
Over the last few months, we’ve been changing that. The product team’s been hard at work improving the accessibility of Chorus and every website powered by it. We’ve been working to ensure our websites are more usable for everyone, regardless of which browsers, devices, and assistive technologies they rely on. To reach our goal, we’ve been making improvements to our design system, and we’ve been creating new resources and training to inform our practices. In this post, we’ll share what we’ve done so far, how your experience of browsing our websites might be improved, and—most importantly—we’ll talk about the work that’s still ahead of us.