1. Interrogating my semantic tendencies
    We all (should) know that introspection drives improvement and growth. But what if we believe something so intensely that it seems beyond conscious analysis? This is about semantic HTML and whether generic elements should even exist. Climb on board and strap in for the intersection of existentialism and web development that no one asked for.
  2. Writing about oneself
    Like many people, I find it difficult to write about myself in a positive way that really highlights my accomplishments. Updating my LinkedIn profile required years of preparation.
  3. Content creators, meet HTML headings
    Many accessibility problems stem from content creators using headings inappropriately. I look at how headings are part of a webpage’s structure and where mistakes happen.
  4. Accessibility is a nuanced problem
    Some notes about how I think about digital accessibility and how we can make it a more common practice in digital products. It’s everybody’s responsibility -> It’s just that most people don’t know that, they don’t care and it sounds hard.
  5. A little Sass & CSS problem
    Wanting to make use of CSS custom properties for consistency and the powerful controls that come with Sass variables, I coded myself into a hole until I found documentation about a breaking change.