Not Looked At · Web Typography: Designing Tables to be Read

Web Typography: Designing Tables to be Read, Not Looked At

A note from the editors: We’re pleased to share an excerpt from Chapter 2 of Richard Rutter’s new book, Web Typography. Good designers spend a great deal of time sweating over typography. They agonise over typefaces, iterate through type scales and meticulously apply white space, all in the service of the reader. Then comes along… Continue reading Web Typography: Designing Tables to be Read, Not Looked At

from Its Creators · The Story of CSS Grid

The Story of CSS Grid, from Its Creators

A note from the editors: We want to thank the Microsoft Edge team for sharing transcripts of the interviews they conducted with many of the brilliant people who have contributed to the development of CSS Grid. Those transcripts proved invaluable in compiling this history. You can watch the short video they produced from those interviews,… Continue reading The Story of CSS Grid, from Its Creators

An Excerpt · The Right Way to Select Technology

The Right Way to Select Technology, An Excerpt

A note from the editors: We’re pleased to share an excerpt from Chapter 4 of Tony Byrne and Jarrod Gingras’s new book, The Right Way to Select Technology, available now from Rosenfeld Media. After establishing a solid business case, enterprises will typically turn to assembling the oft-dreaded “requirements document”—or more accurately, a set of documents,… Continue reading The Right Way to Select Technology, An Excerpt

Planning for Accessibility

Planning for Accessibility

A note from the editors: We’re pleased to share an excerpt from Chapter 3 (“Planning for Accessibility”) of Laura Kalbag‘s new book, Accessibility for Everyone, available now from A Book Apart. Incorporating accessibility from the beginning is almost always easier, more effective, and less expensive than making accessibility improvements as a separate project. In fact,… Continue reading Planning for Accessibility