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Ahmad Shadeed's Blog

1. Ahmad Shadeed's Blog

Ahmad writes about CSS, UX, and and frontend development. He's written a book on the topic called Debugging CSS appears as a guest author on a11y Matters.

TRENDING POST:
CSS Scroll Snap - Ahmad Shadeed

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Manuel Matuzović's Blog

2. Manuel Matuzović's Blog

Manuel focuses primarily on accessibility, also writes about CSS layout, architecture, and web performance.

TRENDING POST:
Ordering CSS properties

526
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Kitty Giraudel's Blog

3. Kitty Giraudel's Blog

Kitty's blog has been focused on accessibility for a few years now, and has practical tips for web developers looking to make their sites and apps more accessible using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Recent posts also cover working with Node and Cypress.

TRENDING POST:
A11y Advent Calendar

495
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Sara Soueidan's Blog

4. Sara Soueidan's Blog

Articles on front-end design engineering, focused on HTML, CSS, SVG, accessiblity, and everything in between, with practical tips from real projects.

TRENDING POST:
"Yes or No?" — One Checkbox vs Two Radio Buttons.

460
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Sarah L. Fossheim's Blog

5. Sarah L. Fossheim's Blog

Sarah writes about design, frontend development, accessibility, inclusivity, and ethics. Their most recent posts talk about accessible data visualizations, the ramifications of big data and tools like Genderify, and AI. Read for an interesting intersection of technology and ethics.

TRENDING POST:
An intro to designing accessible data visualizations - Sarah L. Fossheim

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Amber Wilson's Blog

6. Amber Wilson's Blog

A mix of technical posts and reflections on one frontend web dev's career journey. Amber's recently written about accessible link text, migrating from Gatsby to 11ty, and building dev tools.

TRENDING POST:
Are your Anchor Links Accessible?

399
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Scott O'Hara's Blog

7. Scott O'Hara's Blog

Scott O'Hara writes about building great, accessible user experiences for everyone. He primarily covers accessibility in web development, HTML, CSS, and images.

TRENDING POST:
"Fixing" Lists | scottohara.me

235
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a11y with Lindsey

8. a11y with Lindsey

Lindsey writes about accessibility in web development, with a focus on accessible React, CSS, and JavaScript applications. She's also written about accessible data visualizations using d3 and making common UI elements accessible.

TRENDING POST:
7 Ways to make your Tweets more Accessible

125
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Ashlee M Boyer's Blog

9. Ashlee M Boyer's Blog

Ashlee writes about issues surrounding accessibility of digital content through web development, her journey as a disabled web developer, and topics that after lots of developers like burn out and mental health.

TRENDING POST:
Accessible, Smooth Scroll-to-top Buttons with Little Code

61
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Carie Fisher's Blog

10. Carie Fisher's Blog

Carie writes about accessibility topics like image and SVG accessibility, accessibility in multi-media, ARIA, and making events accessible, too. She's the founder of a11y Talks, a monthly virtual meetup.

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marcus.io

11. marcus.io

Marcus is a web accessibility specialist and writes about accessible techniques for modern JavaScript apps using frameworks like Vue. Recent posts also talk about making RSS more visible again, and creating accessible disclosure widgets. He's based in Berlin.

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