Helping improve the future Web.
I came to the Web in a very roundabout way in the mid-nineties as an apprentice for an illustrator. I was interested in being able to share the art that I was creating. It wasn’t long before the Web became my primary interest and I left art behind. In the past few years,I have picked up the love of drawing and painting again, which I also now share via social media,thanks to the Web.
I am very interested in how we make standards, and how we can adapt to better engage and empower developers to do good things. I have worked to collaborate with people from many areas in the Web community and advocated for changes to how we think about and create Web standards. Some of these changes have happened through blogging, discussions, and helping start the Extensible Web movement, the Web Incubator Community Group, the Houdini Task Force and other outreach efforts. I believe that we can do better together and I am very happy to be able to able to continue this work.
Says Who? Thoughts on standards and the new baseline effort. If you’ve been around me, or my writing, for any time at all, you’ve probably heard me ask “but what...Continue reading >
Wolvic Behind-the-Scenes A little post about power dynamics, frustrations, mistakes and things I’m still learning along the way about the challenges of making The World’s Greatest Cross Device Open Source...Continue reading >
A Few Good Lies
A Few Good Lies On Wolvic’s new UA string in 1.3, things working, and frustrating intertwined problems. Ok, let’s play a game… Imagine that you look at your server logs...Continue reading >
New Post: Says Who?Thoughts on standards and the new baseline effort.https://bkardell.com/blog/SaysWho.html
It’s amazing how many apps get easily sold for $1.99/month or even $10/month and people buy them for some very...