Front End Developer, Designer & Development Manager, Founder & Organiser Fenders Perth, Organiser MixinConf, Lover of CSS, Variable Fonts and Batman.
As of right now, there are many great Sensor & Browser APIs — like Light Sensors, Orientation, Speech Recognition and more — that you can use to attune your website to the users’ device, environment or input. And guess what? They’re available in more devices than you’d think, making them more accessible than ever.
Whether you’re after something as practical as a dimmable website based on a camera light sensor, or something as universally useful as abducting a cat with speech recognition, orientation and light, chances are, it’s 100% achievable. Let’s look at some simple code demos, explore some outlandish possibilities, and dig up the tools and resources needed to create engaging and creative sensory experiences.
|Fun with Browser and Sensor APIS||Web Directions Summit||October 2019|
|Very Responsive Typography with Variable Fonts||JAMstack_conf San Francisco||October 2019|
|The Future of Web Typography with Variable Fonts||Fronteers||October 2019|
|Fun with Browser and Sensor APIS||DDD Perth||August 2019|
|Performance Benefits of Variable Fonts||#PerfMatters||April 2019|
|Variable Fonts and the Future of Web Design||dotCSS 2018||November 2018|
|Creative Text Effects with CSS||View Source 2018||October 2018|
|Semantic HTML||DDD Perth||August 2018|
|Functional HTML||Web Directions Code 2018||August 2018|
|Creative Text Effects with CSS||Singapore CSS||January 2018|