ARIA can help make interfaces more compatible with assisted software like screen readers for people that are blind, visually impaired, dyslexic and many other disabilities. It also can be used for those who want to convertRead more...HTML & CSS
From Creativity to Results
I’m Jeremy Faucher, a Seattle-based front-end web developer with a passion for usability.
A little about me.
I’ve been working as a web designer/developer for over 8 years. This experience ensures a refined web design process that delivers results.
My focus is testing and writing about performance based web design and development using
CSS. I coverer all things web, from UI/UX design to front-end development, while advocating for user experience and accessibility.
I enjoy solving complex problems and making features to create unique user experiences.
Recent blog posts
Offering my best advice, research and how-tos.
The one thing I love about the web site space is there is an infinite amount of things to learn. For many of us this can cause shiny object syndrome. You know, where there are so many appealing options that you get caughtRead more...
Having layers of user interaction helps introduce content. I found a good example of this at fireship.io where when you hover over key words in the heading a gif pops up and follows the cursor. It only uses the x-axis andRead more...
Components are perceived by many to be the holy grail of web technologies. They definitely have there place and give us a way to create reusable features without having to duplicate code or even content. They are good forRead more...
Having motion on a page is a powerful tool for introducing a better or more enhanced user experience. It also comes with the responsibility of not over using it, or abuse it. Many enhanced user experiences, like skewRead more...