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Una Kravets

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Una Kravets is a Brooklyn-based international public speaker, technical writer, and a Developer Advocate for Material Design at Google. She's written for various online publications such as CSS Tricks, A List Apart, 24 Ways, Smashing Magazine, and SitePoint, and started both the DC and Austin Sass Meetup groups.
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Inclusive Design Patterns
Coding Accessibility Into Web Design
Heydon Pickering - Jan 01, 2016
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Many web design articles and books are all about improving your workflow and making your life easier as a developer. Should you wish to adopt a framework or employ a processor to speed up your development process, be our guest. However, this book is not about you; it’s about your audience.The Inclusive Design Patterns book covers all the techniques...
Una Kravets
Jun 08, 2017
Squee! Super excited to give this book to our intern 🤗 it's such a good one! Inclusive Design Patterns by @heydonworks     – source
You Don't Know JS Yet
Scope & Closures
Kyle Simpson - Mar 03, 2020
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Scope & Closures, the second book in the new edition series, dives deep into how and why to organize variables into different buckets of scope, limiting scope over-exposure and improving code maintainability. On top of lexical scope, closure empowers functions with memory, preserving variables across calls. Modules leverage scope and closures to en...
Una Kravets
Oct 09, 2015
"Intermediate" front-end dev books I recommend: JS - the YDKJS series by @getify CSS - CSS Secrets by @LeaVerou     – source
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CSS Secrets
Better Solutions to Everyday Web Design Problems
Lea Verou - Jul 03, 2015 (first published in 2014)
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Based on two popular talks from author Lea Verou--including "CSS3 Secrets: 10 things you may not know about CSS"--this practical guide provides intermediate to advanced CSS developers with more than 40 undocumented techniques and tips for using CSS3 to create better websites.The talks that spawned this book have been top-rated by attendees in every...
Una Kravets
Oct 09, 2015
"Intermediate" front-end dev books I recommend: JS - the YDKJS series by @getify CSS - CSS Secrets by @LeaVerou     – source