Bite Size Standards, a project that has taken up quite a lot of my time recently, has launched today! The project was initiated by John Oxton of Joshuaink fame. He assembled a cracking team and I was lucky enough to be chosen as CSS person. This involves making sure that the design shines in your web-browser, taking the cold html breathing life into it.
This meant those lucky people on the team all had to deal with me, so I ended up influencing a lot during the build. It’s been really fun to work with the whole team and it’s been particularly great to finally hash out some semantic and accessibility conundrums.
I’ll just leave you with a description of what Bite Size Standards is:
Bite Size Standards aims to offer concise web development tutorials, tips and tricks. Written by designers and developers who are passionate about web standards.
A slightly longer write-up of what we actually went through and why we did certain things will come later and can be found on my portfolio.