This was a long work week, so here are some games and apps instead of articles as I couldn’t find time to concentrate on pieces.

  • TV: Jessica Jones, Season 2 – While work was plenty, some of it was also repetitive, so I managed to watch the new Season of Jessica Jones. Very intense storytelling.

  • iOS: Altos Odyssey – When I downloaded Alto for the first time, I dismissed it as being too similar to its precursor. However, it has more facets, and it’s easier to achieve goals.

  • Podcast: Playing for Fun with Tiffany Arment and Myke Hurley – Two people talk about the positive of a video game. It’s refreshing and fun. Episode 2 is about “Celeste” which I have never played, but Episode one was about one of my favorite games…

  • Switch: Super Mario Odyssey – Such a refreshing re-imagination of Mario games. Certainly one of the best titles on the Switch to date.

  • Version Control: Tower – Tower is a fantastic app for git version control. The people behind the app also have published a comprehensive learning resource for git.

  • CSS: Third party CSS is not safe by Jake Archibald – Whenever you embed any resource from a third-party server, you are building a tunnel under your site’s security. The same also applies to CSS. Great list of examples from Jake.

  • Browser: Firefox Developer Edition & its inspector – Working with grids and other newer CSS benefits from a good inspector and Firefox has stepped up the game. Especially inspecting grids is impressive. The browser also has a beautiful and distinct dark theme.

I am thrilled to be speaking at the annual Inclusive Design 24 event on June 9th. At 5 am UTC time (that is 7 am CEST), I’ll speak about my growing frustrations of ARIA implementations in the wild. The talk is called “ARIA Serious.”

Check the event website for a schedule in your time zone and to see the other 23 amazing speakers. As every year, the talks will be available on Youtube after the event and I’ll make sure to link to them from here. Find all the other events, and a backlog of 72 talks, in the recent years on the pages for 2014, 2015, and 2016.

The event is organized and sponsored by The Paciello Group.