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Designing a Font with Code

Years ago I started using a very simple SG made up of lines as my "logo". I evolved this over time and thought it would be even better if I had a whole font in the style of it. So here's how I created my personal font with code and refined my logo in the process.

Designing for Color not just Blindness

Designing for colorblindness is important as 8% of people have it. But there are many other reasons color might be hard to see so good design should be baked in from the start. A colorblind "mode" shouldn't be tacked on as an afterthought. There are several tools and techniques to help make designs better for everyone, colorblind included.

CSS Animation Using the Cicada Principle

I wanted to add some interest to my homepage with movement. I decided to use only CSS as JavaScript seemed like overkill for a design flare. But how to create interesting animation that can seamlessly loop forever within the constraints of CSS. The problem is that CSS is a declarative styling language with no randomness. Usually it is randomness that stops animations from looking repetitive.