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About The Author Aaron Hans makes web applications fast and accessible for all users. Leading the team responsible for the State of California’s public pandemic response … More about Aaron ↬[1] One of the drivers of the popularity of headless options is that expectations for the quality of user experience are constantly going up. We have a wealth of tools to help developers build things fast so results are expected quickly. Going headless lets your team take full...

In a new short series of posts, we highlight some of the useful tools and techniques for developers and designers. Recently we’ve covered CSS Auditing Tools[1] and CSS Generators[2], and this time we look into reliable accessible components: from tabs and tables to toggles and tooltips. Table of Contents Below you’ll find an alphabetical list of all accessible components. Skip the table of contents[3], or just scroll down to explore them one-by-one. Accessible :focus Styles Every browser has default focus...

Wondering what’s happenin’ at Smashing? Well, we’ve been busy. Here’s a little story of how we removed floating labels, improved performance on mobile, and launched a new series of articles[1]. Oh, and how you can contribute to Smashing, too. There is always something happening behind the scenes at Smashing. Over the last months, we’ve been continuously working around the performance of the site[2], but we’ve also removed floating labels[3] from our forms, redesigned our error messages, revamped...

About The Author Stephen Roe writes about web design at Sitejet. When he isn’t plotting world domination with his clients, he’s studying the intersection of culture, … More about Stephen ↬[1][2] The secret to growing a successful web design business is thinking of design as a service, not a product. When you focus on recurring revenue and sell to one targeted niche, you can grow a business faster than ever. Starting a web design business isn’t difficult. There’s a...

About The Author Carmine Zaccagnino is a Flutter and Linux enthusiast, author of the Programming Flutter book with the Pragmatic Bookshelf. Blogs more, tweets less. More about Carmine ↬[1] Flutter has been transitioning from a cross-platform mobile development SDK for Android/iOS into a tool that allows you to run the same code natively in a browser on Windows, Linux and macOS. With Flutter 2, non-mobile Flutter development is starting to become more viable. Last year, I wrote two articles...

About The Author Carie Fisher is a digital accessibility developer and trainer who is passionate about inclusive front-end code and promoting diversity in tech. More about Carie ↬[1] How do we know which patterns are good, better, best when it comes to accessibility? Is it better to use an established pattern/library or create new ones? With the myriad of choices available, we can quickly become caught up in a web of confusion on this topic. Marc Benioff memorably stated...

About The Author Juggling between three languages on a daily basis, Iris is known for her love of linguistics, arts, web design and typography, as well as her goldmine of … More about Iris ↬[1] In a new short series of posts, we highlight some of the useful tools and techniques for developers and designers. This time it’s all about CSS Generators: from CSS shadows to easing gradients to CSS overlays to CSS doodles. Last week, we looked at...

About The Author Victor is a Philadelphia based researcher, author, and speaker. His book Design for the Mind, is available from Manning Publications. Victor frequently writes … More about Victor ↬[1][2] We all benefit when we work to increase the overall UX maturity of our organizations. This article explores the concept of UX maturity, and focuses on finding and utilizing UX champions, and demonstrating the return on investment or value of UX. UX maturity is the presence and level...

About The Author Juggling between three languages on a daily basis, Iris is known for her love of linguistics, arts, web design and typography, as well as her goldmine of … More about Iris ↬[1] In a new short series of posts, we highlight some of the useful tools and techniques for developers and designers to get their work done better and faster. Starting out with a few tools for getting to the bottom of CSS. How large is...

For a lot of web scraping tasks, an HTTP client is enough to extract a page’s data. However, when it comes to dynamic websites, a headless browser sometimes becomes indispensable. In this tutorial, we will build a web scraper that can scrape dynamic websites based on Node.js and Puppeteer. Let’s start with a little section on what web scraping actually means. All of us use web scraping in our everyday lives. It merely describes the process of...