Writing Archive

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  1. CSS Naked Day 2020

  2. Front-End Challenges Club is moving to Piccalilli

  3. Community

  4. Shipping

  5. Jamstack, IFTTT and Netlify: a power trio

  6. Fluid scale and tokens: a match made in heaven

  7. Honesty is the best policy

  8. Piccalilli: the future

  9. Making the new Piccalilli logo

  10. Piccalilli is changing

  11. Screencasting - the secret sauce for less time wasted in meetings

  12. A minimal React base project

  13. Hello, I’m Andy and I’m addicted to Twitter

  14. Tracking my time

  15. This blog in 2020

  16. 2019: A year in review

  17. The “P” in Progressive Enhancement stands for “Pragmatism”

  18. Burnout - a long recovery

  19. Freelance pro tip

  20. A Modern CSS Reset

  21. Create a semantic “breakout” button to make an entire element clickable

  22. What I searched for in a day of fighting with PHP

  23. Keeping it simple with CSS that scales

  24. Every Layout - how it works

  25. Context and caveats

  26. Well-being on Twitter

  27. Adding Webmentions to my personal site

  28. Keeping it simple with image alt text for accessibility

  29. Eating my own dog food

  30. Keep it simple

  31. Create a user controlled dark or light mode

  32. Create a split, faux-container layout with CSS Grid and Flexbox

  33. Two simple methods to vertically and horizontally center content with CSS

  34. Create a responsive grid layout with no media queries, using CSS Grid

  35. Relative sizing with EM units

  36. Progressive overflow management with a scroll track utility

  37. Creating an aspect ratio CSS utility

  38. Get a CSS Custom Property value with JavaScript

  39. Break out of the echo chamber

  40. Creating a full bleed CSS utility

  41. A progressive disclosure component

  42. Custom Property controlled fluid type sizing

  43. Open letter to Laurence Robertson MP

  44. Competing by mimicking

  45. I’m a Web Designer

  46. I’m warming to Tailwind CSS

  47. CSS doesn’t suck

  48. Feed page

  49. 2018: A year in review

  50. So long, HankChizlJaw

  51. Browser diversity

  52. My first month as a freelancer

  53. A dive into freelance life

  54. Introducing the Button element

  55. New baby visiting user-flow

  56. My fractured relationship with big tech

  57. The power of self-publishing

  58. Contraction logger

  59. CSS specificity and the cascade

  60. Walking

  61. Bypass service worker on localhost

  62. Introducing Developurrs

  63. A double launch day

  64. A short note on my social activity

  65. The power of progressive enhancement

  66. Flow and rhythm in CSS with Stalfos

  67. Burnout

  68. No More Anchor Buttons