Accessibility is a tricky subject for web developers. I think most developers would say they: build accessible websites already or would like to in theory
This week I have moved into a new office in Hackney. I have become part of the WeWork network and have taken on a dedicated desk in their new offices in London Fields, Hackney.
In my most recent position, a month after starting, I was promoted into the role of Lead Developer, in charge of 3, and at times, 4 other developers in the dev team. This was the first time I’d been the Lead Developer on a project (where I was not the sole developer). The project ran
In the days before the mobile web took over, web designers slaved over PSDs for weeks then handed over 10-30 unique templates to a developer who went away and built them to pixel perfection. Not anymore.
The speed of websites is a hot topic right now with many reports saying that if a website doesnâ€™t load in under 4 seconds then a user will click their back button.
Images are one of the biggest buzzkills for download speeds on the web. If your designer wants to use a carousel youâ€™re potentially asking your customers to download several HUGE images and wait several seconds before they can interact with your site.