Tue 04 Jun 2019
The moral of this story is automated accessibility checkers can fail and you should always manually test your external tools not just the product you're working on.
Tue 21 May 2019
This is a brilliant WebGL fluid simulation, shows how beautiful the output of code can be!
Fri 17 May 2019
This is a brilliant web app for turning black and white images to colour, works very well!
Thu 16 May 2019
This blog post by our product owner on 111 online, Steve Bellerby, explains how we try to make the website inclusive.
Wed 01 May 2019
This is a very good video by Craig Perko about improving architecture of games in Unity using events and mixins.
Tue 30 Apr 2019
This is a lovely blog full of brilliant fantasy-style maps and lots of expertise.
Fri 26 Apr 2019
This is a really nice little trick for having hover state on parent and child to give a nice effect.
Fri 19 Apr 2019
After trying to drag and drop an image into a GitHub Wiki with no success, I found this article explaining how. Essentially after you've made the first page you can clone the wiki (it is a git repository with markdown files in it). From there you can add images to a folder and commit them like any other git repository.
Wed 17 Apr 2019
This article by the New York Times (about the awful fire at Notre-Dame) is a masterclass in web design. it uses a 3D model with impressive scrolling (a rare good example) and bitesize text to really help the reader quickly understand everything.
Tue 09 Apr 2019
As a reply to Andy Bell's "Break out of the echo chamber" blog post, I've delved into some of the thoughts I've been having for a while about silos and rifts within the web industry.