We need a continuous, sustained conversation around areas of inequality that can be improved, need to be improved. Some are more difficult than others, but for the Web, its DNA is to be as accessible and inclusive as possible. Parity is another way to manifest that.
I’m jotting down all the things I googled and learned about, and maybe it could be helpful to others.
I needed one ASAP, so I scrounged around the house for materials and created two quick DIYs.
While exploring unicode symbols, I discovered that the three-bar icon people now see as the hamburger menu also exists in the symbol table as something called the “trigram for heaven” ☰.
A mini-vacation on my desktop with unobstructed views.
It’s taken me ages, but I’ve tidied up a bit around here. Welcome to the new-ish, old-ish Stellify: let me show you around.
Meta tags, also known as Meta data, describe and give information about other data. The most common examples of Meta data for web pages are the page title and description. When your Google Adwords pop up on Google search results, these are the first things people see.
“You will not concede me philosophical poetry. Invert the order! Will you give me poetical philosophy, poetical science?” — Ada Lovelace in a letter to her mother
I saw this set of Marvel characters morphing into their movie counterparts in my social media feed. If you use Tumblr long enough, you’ll recognize when something comes from a photoset (a grid of images in different configurations, which are captioned and/or animated) even after they get screencapped and land elsewhere, like Twitter, or Imgur, 9gag, or Pinterest. Thankfully, I could finally make out the credit watermark on the Imgur […]
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Design × code × words for a better web, made in the Philippines by Sophia Lucero.