Accessibility – Headings and Colour Examples

This is a follow up to my previous post, describing some examples and public issues which touch upon heading semantics and color contrast. Headings Admitting to Your Mistakes South Wind Motel As you would have guessed, even I found the issues discussed above in past work from two websites which I used to claim where […]

How I Approach Bug Fixes in a new Code Base

The one thing that Humphrey said which really resonates with me on the topic of bug fixing is summed up as this, “[on bugs] they’re easier to understand since the code foundations have already been laid out before you, all you have to do is understand it”. Even at work, I found myself for the […]

Approaching Accessibility with Visual Studio Code

An OSD Contribution Update For the last three years, I’ve grown a passion for extending technologies towards a direction which makes them more accessible for a wider range of users. It took a while to realize what accessibility truly meant in the world of development, software, websites and health organizations. Through the process, I took […]

Becoming a Maintainer of BulmaPress

I love Bulma, I love contributing to projects instead of spinning up my shoddy implementation of a need, and I love when the two come together in such harmony it’s as if fate meant it. I discovered BulmaPress while looking for Bulma / Non-Bootstrap WordPress themes for a CMS project I’m working on. It looked […]

Building Visual Studio Code

On MacOS High Sierra Building Visual Studio Code is quite the interesting process, mostly because the dependencies differ in obtainability between operating systems. For this article, I’m going through the process on MacOS High Sierra since it will be primary development machine for upcoming bug fixes, code improvements and contributions to Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code. […]