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Improve the readability of the content on your website

Learning how to make long-form content, like blog posts, read well is a valuable and transferable design skill to learn. In this tutorial, we’re looking at how CSS gives us all the tools we need to achieve this, as a compliment to semantic HTML.

Disable client-side React with Next JS

Frameworks like Next JS output a lot of heavy-duty client side JavaScript, so this quick tip stops that to have a huge positive impact on performance.

Fluid typography with CSS clamp

Learn to create a simple, accessibility friendly and configurable fluid type system that uses modern CSS sizing functions.

Add inline SVG directly in your CSS

CSS Frameworks, hype and dogmatism

Some notes on the dogmatism and gatekeeping themes of Tech Twitter and how they can generate often incorrect and naive statements—specifically about frameworks and methodologies.