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Control Sass selector concatenation with a Stylelint rule

It’s not necessarily bad to concatenate Sass selectors, but if you need to keep developers from doing it for the purposes of coding standards, this might be helpful!

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Accessibility in the real world: One step at a time

Most of the websites I work on at work are not accessible and won’t be any time soon. I had a bit of a realization this week about how to deal with that – accessibility doesn’t have to be all or nothing. One step at a time.

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Designgineering Chronicles [WiH]: The Third Month

It’s time for the third installment of Designgineering Chronicles! This one is a long one and written in major haste, so buckle up. Lots of good things about job titles, CSS standards, JavaScript, perfectionism, and the joys of refactoring.

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JavaScript and Me

JavaScript and I have had a rocky relationship over the past few years. My consulting work doesn’t really require a deep understanding of JavaScript, but my newfound resolve to level-up my skills and to obtain a full-time job have deemed that deep understanding quite necessary.