It’s been a quiet week in the Tailwind ecosystem since the Tailwind Labs team is busy working on the upcoming Ecommerce package but don’t worry, I’m still bringing you the usual menu 😉.
We got a great accessibility article, a beautiful showcase website, and a very useful resource for you. Let’s get to it!
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These days I’m learning more and more about accessibility and I found this very useful article. Just like the title says, it shows the various techniques to hide an element and highlights which are accessible and which should be avoided. You might be surprised to know that
display: none; is very bad accessibility-wise 😅.
Great typography? ✅
Beautiful hand-drawn illustrations? ✅
Aesthetically pleasing color palette? ✅
This site is lovely. This definitely was made with care and it shows. If you’re working on a marketing page and want to do it the semi-traditional but still feels modern way then definitely check this one out.
For the curious, here’s what Tembo does:
At Tembo we’re making home ownership more accessible and affordable for a new generation of first-time buyers.
Last week I showed you some tailwind buttons, now I bring you even more! These examples are from other websites but they serve as a great source of inspiration for your own buttons.
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