Sorted CSS colours

Sometimes it’s the simplest ideas, right?

Those that know me from a web development perspective know how much I love CSS. Here’s another simple tool to add to my design toolbox.

Sorted CSS Colors [sic] by Mustafa Enes Ertarhanacı is an elegant tool to sort the named CSS colours in a way that shows related colours together. And that’s it.

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Inclusivity settings in Microsoft Word

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Inclusiveness settings in Word for Microsoft 365

Here’s an interesting little something that I learned on Twitter a few weeks ago: within the grammar checker settings in Microsoft Word (both native Windows application and online version) there is a section on inclusiveness that checks your writing for

  • Ethnic slurs
  • Gender bias
  • Gender-specific language

The Windows application also checks for

  • Age bias
  • Cultural bias
  • Racial bias
  • Sexual orientation bias

Why are these not switched on by default? Here’s how to switch these on.

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