Google Fonts Breaches GDPR — fonts

The Bavarian state court in Munich, Germany, on 20 January 2022, decided that using Google fonts in your site breaches the GDPR.

RunJS — app,development,javascript,tools

Explore and experiment with JavaScript and TypeScript, visualise your ideas and get instant feedback as you type.

There are many times I want to experiment with some JavaScript code without having to wait for compilers and local development environments to catch up. I normally just open up a blank browser tab and use the console in dev tools. This app has made it so much easier to experiment and try small snippets of code


Minimal snippets for modern CSS layouts and components

Create app — development,tools

Frontend build config generator.

Right-to-left Styling — CSS,design,typography

RTL Styling 101 An extensive guide on how to style for RTL in CSS

The lessons learnt creating a design system for BBC Online — React,design systems

Dave Morris and Josh Tumath reflect on making a design system and React front-end for the new BBC website

Assistiv Labs — a11y,tools

Instantly test how accessible your experience is with the real assistive technologies your disabled users rely on — screen readers, magnifiers, and more — from any computer.

Pika — a11y,app

Pika (pronounced pi·kuh, like picker) is an easy to use, open-source, native colour picker for macOS. Pika makes it simple to quickly find colours onscreen, in the format you need, so you can get on with being a speedy, successful designer.

Beautiful Web Type — fonts,typography

"Guide to Only the Best Open-Source Typefaces"

No Hello! — communication,fun,slack

Imagine calling someone on the phone, going hello! then putting them on hold...

typora — markdwon,editor

Typora gives you a seamless experience as both a reader and a writer. It removes the preview window, mode switcher, syntax symbols of markdown source code, and all other unnecessary distractions. Instead, it provides a real live preview feature to help you concentrate on the content itself.

W3C Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 3.0 — wcag,accessibility

W3C First Public Working Draft 21 January 2021

Matthew Roach — personal,blog

Personal website of Matthew Roach