Commit da42e512 authored by Laura Kalbag's avatar Laura Kalbag

Move images into post bundles

parent eb0908fe
......@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ The grief of bereavement surprised me. It wasn’t like it was in books or on TV
Still, distraction is the strongest effect grief has had on me. It has gotten better over time, but I had long periods of struggling to focus on anything at all. Firstly months, then the odd week, now the odd day. Previous traumatic events have seen me plow everything into my work, but now I just couldn’t. My mind wouldn’t settle, it felt soft and cloudy. My short-term memory stopped functioning so well. My mind wasn’t always hurting, but it wasn’t doing much else either. But I was fidgety. I didn’t want to sit around feeling weird so I started knitting a lot. My mum taught me how to knit a few months earlier, and we’d bought a bear pattern together. In just over a week, Stanley was created.
{{< figured caption="Stanley, as named by my brother Sam who has a knack for naming cuddly toys" >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="wp-image-4848" original="/images/2016/10/23829268239_8fb377ae37_k-1024x975.jpg" alt="Knitted teddybear with a slightly wonky face wearing a multicoloured knitted jumper" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="stanley.jpg" alt="Knitted teddybear with a slightly wonky face wearing a multicoloured knitted jumper" >}}
{{< /figured >}}
As time goes by, the tearful moments have become less, but I’m often shaken. Throughout 2015 and 2016, I’ve had days of sudden drops in mood, going back to feeling distracted and odd. I didn’t realise until fairly recently that those drops weren’t always random turns. Sadly, 2016 has been noticeably full of high-profile deaths. Somebody I can’t remember wrote a kind tweet advising all to take care of their friends during those times; the massive coverage and shared emotional distress can affect those who have experienced loss themselves. I’ve always tried to be empathetic to [triggering](http://everydayfeminism.com/2015/06/guide-to-triggering/), but I’d never experienced anything like it myself. I was being triggered by the news; other people’s sad experiences were making me feel those feelings all over again. It can seem a bit selfish to have to take care of myself when others are suffering more recent pain, but it’s hard to tell my biology to behave selflessly.
......
......@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ Hopefully I’ll be back to give you another update soon!
## Oskar status
{{< figured caption="Making friends!" >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="wp-image-4842" original="/images/2016/06/2016-06-13.jpg" alt="Oskar and another malamute sitting side-by-side in the park" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="2016-06-13.jpg" alt="Oskar and another malamute sitting side-by-side in the park" >}}
{{< /figured >}}
This diary entry was originally posted [on the Ind.ie forum at https://forum.ind.ie/t/laura-s-diary-monday-13th-june-2016](https://forum.ind.ie/t/laura-s-diary-monday-13th-june-2016)
......
......@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ One week to go!
## Oskar status
{{< figured caption="If I look cute, I won’t be told off for being on the sofa…" >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="wp-image-4819 size-full" original="/images/2016/02/2016-02-16.jpg" alt="Oskar the dog lying curled up on a leather sofa" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="2016-02-16.jpg" alt="Oskar the dog lying curled up on a leather sofa" >}}
{{< /figured >}}
Originally posted on the [Ind.ie forum at https://forum.ind.ie/t/laura-s-diary-tuesday-16th-february-2016](https://forum.ind.ie/t/laura-s-diary-tuesday-16th-february-2016)
......
......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ The last week has been meeting new friends, relocation admin, and arranging a fe
## Oskar status
{{< figured caption="Loving the beach!" >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="wp-image-4823" original="/images/2016/03/2016-03-26.jpg" alt="Oskar the dog on the sandy beach in Malmö" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="2016-03-26.jpg" alt="Oskar the dog on the sandy beach in Malmö" >}}
{{< /figured >}}
Originally posted on the [Ind.ie forum at https://forum.ind.ie/t/laura-s-diary-tuesday-1st-march-2016/1099](https://forum.ind.ie/t/laura-s-diary-tuesday-1st-march-2016/1099)
......
......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ Last week we launched a refresh of the Ethical Design Manifesto, along with a vi
It took a while to get my head around how to use the interface, but I found using the audio track from the video very useful, as I could sync the subtitles to the wave forms.
{{< figured caption="Jubler in action" >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="wp-image-4828" original="/images/2016/03/Screen-Shot-2016-03-21-at-17.05.01-1024x601.png" alt="Screenshot of Jubler with highlighted wave forms for subtitle editing" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="Screen-Shot-2016-03-21-at-17.05.01.png" alt="Screenshot of Jubler with highlighted wave forms for subtitle editing" >}}
{{< /figured >}}
## Creative Mornings Malmö
......@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ It took a while to get my head around how to use the interface, but I found usin
On Friday I also gave my first ever talk in Malmö/Sweden. It was at Creative Mornings Malmö which had a lovely venue at Djäkne. The topic was “Change” and I spoke about Ethical Design, and why we need it. Aral took lots of bad photos of me, and one of them is below.
{{< figured caption="Me doing my impression of a crow" >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="wp-image-4829" original="/images/2016/03/Screen-Shot-2016-03-21-at-17.12.00-1024x768.png" alt="Me talking with a slide of the Ethical Design Manifesto (The 3 Rs of Ethical Design) in a fluffy black cardigan" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="Screen-Shot-2016-03-21.png" alt="Me talking with a slide of the Ethical Design Manifesto (The 3 Rs of Ethical Design) in a fluffy black cardigan" >}}
{{< /figured >}}
We’re settling into a good routine here in Malmö. We’re working from the office all week, 8:30-5ish, and doing a better job of taking time off during the evenings and weekends. It’s still tiring though! I underestimated the sheer cognitive load of dealing with an unfamiliar language and culture. Of course, everybody speaks English and is very kind and friendly. But just going to the supermarket, finding our way around, and learning how things work, takes a little more time and a little more effort. It’s a great adventure! But makes us well worn out at the end of every day.
......@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ We’re settling into a good routine here in Malmö. We’re working from the of
## Oskar status
{{< figured caption="Enjoying the beach life!" >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="wp-image-4830" original="/images/2016/03/Screen-Shot-2016-03-21-at-17.17.54-1024x767.png" alt="Oskar paddling in the sea in front of the Turning Torso in Malmö" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="Screen-Shot-2016-03-21-at-17.17.54.png" alt="Oskar paddling in the sea in front of the Turning Torso in Malmö" >}}
{{< /figured >}}
Originally [posted on the Ind.ie forum at https://forum.ind.ie/t/laura-s-diary-monday-21st-march-2016](https://forum.ind.ie/t/laura-s-diary-monday-21st-march-2016)
......
......@@ -27,7 +27,7 @@ We’ve got a few events that I’ll add to the site in the coming few weeks, an
## Oskar status
{{< figured caption="Mostly chill" >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="wp-image-4837" original="/images/2016/04/2016-04-22.jpg" alt="Oskar walking on a grey beach, reflected in the seawater" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="2016-04-22.jpg" alt="Oskar walking on a grey beach, reflected in the seawater" >}}
{{< /figured >}}
This diary entry was originally posted [on the Ind.ie forum at https://forum.ind.ie/t/laura-s-diary-friday-22nd-april-2016](https://forum.ind.ie/t/laura-s-diary-friday-22nd-april-2016)
......
......@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ Oh, and I nearly forgot the…
## Oskar status
{{< figured caption="King of the park" >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="wp-image-4845" original="/images/2016/06/2016-06-29.jpg" alt="Oskar the husky dog on top of a hill" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="2016-06-29.jpg" alt="Oskar the husky dog on top of a hill" >}}
{{< /figured >}}
This diary entry was originally posted [on the Ind.ie forum at https://forum.ind.ie/t/laura-s-diary-wednesday-29th-june-2016](https://forum.ind.ie/t/laura-s-diary-wednesday-29th-june-2016)
......
......@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ I’ve been working to create a more consistent style language across our logos
## Oskar status
{{< figured caption="Cosy on his fancy office bed…" >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="wp-image-4833 size-large" original="/images/2016/03/Screen-Shot-2016-03-29-at-16.50.33-1024x642.png" alt="Oskar the dog lying curled up on his raised canvas camping-style bed" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="Screen-Shot-2016-03-29-at-16.50.33.png" alt="Oskar the dog lying curled up on his raised canvas camping-style bed" >}}
{{< /figured >}}
This diary entry was originally posted [on the Ind.ie forum at https://forum.ind.ie/t/laura-s-diary-tuesday-29th-march-2016](https://forum.ind.ie/t/laura-s-diary-tuesday-29th-march-2016)
......
......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ I added a flexbox layout to our Universal Video Player (accessible HTML5 video p
{{< figured >}}
{{< link href="https://ind.ie/labs/blog/video-player-flexbox/" >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="wp-image-4800" original="/images/2015/10/Screen-Shot-2015-10-26-at-13.05.13-1024x943.png" alt="Screenshot of the blog post" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="Screen-Shot-2015-10-26-at-13.05.13.png" alt="Screenshot of the blog post" >}}
{{< /link >}}
{{< /figured >}}
......
......@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ What’s left is the things that we really would’ve kept, but can’t. Fancy
* <del>73 – 120 cm height range (sit-stand)</del>
{{< figured caption="Biurko desk. It’s bigger than it looks. This is at full height. Legs come out wider when desk is lowered." >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="attachment_4812 wp-image-4812 size-large" original="/images/2016/02/Screen-Shot-2016-02-02-at-15.49.09-1024x834.png" alt="Biurko desk at full height." >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="Screen-Shot-2016-02-02-at-15.49.09.png" alt="Biurko desk at full height." >}}
{{< /figured >}}
<del>They’re already packaged with special wrapping to protect the tops from damage in transit. They weigh a lot, and are very big, so you will need a large van and more than one person!</del>
......@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@ What’s left is the things that we really would’ve kept, but can’t. Fancy
Big Apple Thunderbolt displays in mint condition and their original packaging. Requires a Thunderbolt port to connect to a Mac.
{{< figured caption="Apple Display as seen on a messy desk. Ridiculous dog not included." >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="attachment_4810 size-large wp-image-4810" original="/images/2016/02/my-desk-1200-1024x674.jpeg" alt="A messy desk with Apple Display, iPad, MacBook Pro, and dog" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="my-desk-1200.jpeg" alt="A messy desk with Apple Display, iPad, MacBook Pro, and dog" >}}
{{< /figured >}}
The older display has a defect since purchase that it cannot act as a power supply for the Mac (the power lead doesn’t work) but it’s otherwise in perfect working order. This defect won’t affect you if you already have a charging power supply for your Mac.
......@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ Depending on how old your Mac is, you may need one of the tiny magnetic adapters
<del>The iconic office chair. Dark grey, size B (medium sized) with lumbar support. Bought refurbished 18 months ago. Costs ~£900 new.</del>
{{< figured caption="Aeron chair" >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="attachment_4808 size-large wp-image-4808" original="/images/2016/02/front-772x1024.jpg" alt="Aeron chair" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="front.jpg" alt="Aeron chair" >}}
{{< /figured >}}
<h2 id="whiteboard">1x Nobo Double-sided 1200 x 900mm mobile whiteboard</h2>
......@@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ Depending on how old your Mac is, you may need one of the tiny magnetic adapters
Bought less than a year ago. Great whiteboard for wheeling around the office, and double the planning space as you can flip the board over. It has brakes. RRP £500, on Amazon for £330. We’ll throw in a load of whiteboard pens and an eraser to get you started.
{{< imgsrcset original="/images/2016/02/31GOSYy3JLL.jpeg" alt="Nobo whiteboard" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="31GOSYy3JLL.jpeg" alt="Nobo whiteboard" >}}
It’s large and heavy (great for writing on, harder to lift.) It’s currently in two pieces: board and stand. It can be dismantled into smaller parts, but the board itself is 1200x900mm, and the wheelbase is probably no shorter than 1250mm in one piece, so you’ll need a vehicle that fits it all in.
......@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@ It’s large and heavy (great for writing on, harder to lift.) It’s currently
Great condition, stays in tune. With soft case and guitar stand included. Goes for ~£300 online.
{{< figured caption="The guitar is on the left side. Only photo I could find with it in! Dog not included." >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="attachment_4811 size-large wp-image-4811" original="/images/2016/02/15516043930_93144778c6_k-1024x768.jpg" alt="living room showing guitar and prominent dog" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="15516043930_93144778c6_k-1024x768.jpg" alt="living room showing guitar and prominent dog" >}}
{{< /figured >}}
<h2 id="long-board">Long board (Loaded Tan Tien complete)</h2>
......
......@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ colours:
tab-four: "129,50%,62%" # hsl(129,50%,62%)
tab-five: "134,48%,52%" # hsl(134,48%,52%)
tab-six: "137,64%,42%" # hsl(137,64%,42%)
image: "/images/2018/09/book-photo.jpg"
image: "book-photo.jpg"
imagealt: "me reading Accessibility For Everyone in the garden next to Oskar the huskamute who couldn’t care less."
description: ""
---
......@@ -27,5 +27,5 @@ It’s been one whole year since my book, Accessibility For Everyone, came out i
Did you read it? Did it help you make more accessible websites? If you didn’t read it yet (or even want to read it again…!) you can always listen to [the audiobook on Audible](https://www.audible.com/pd/B07G24HLXS). The whole book takes less than an afternoon…
{{< figured caption="Please tell me you enjoyed it more than Osky did…" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="/images/2018/09/book-photo.jpg" alt="me reading Accessibility For Everyone in the garden next to Oskar the huskamute who couldn’t care less." >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="book-photo.jpg" alt="me reading Accessibility For Everyone in the garden next to Oskar the huskamute who couldn’t care less." >}}
{{< /figured >}}
\ No newline at end of file
......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ colours:
{{< figured >}}
{{< link href="https://ind.ie/blog/the-sticky-pocked-underbelly-of-the-web/" >}}
{{< imgsrcset class="wp-image-4792 size-large" original="/images/2015/08/Screen-Shot-2015-08-07-at-20.33.08-894x1024.png" alt="Screenshot of the Ind.ie blog roundup The Sticky, Pocked Underbelly Of The Web" >}}
{{< imgsrcset original="Screen-Shot-2015-08-07-at-20.33.08.png" alt="Screenshot of the Ind.ie blog roundup The Sticky, Pocked Underbelly Of The Web" >}}
{{< /link >}}
{{< /figured >}}
......@@ -486,9 +486,8 @@ Another example of where we don’t have interoperability is in “walled garden
### Accessible
<p>We need to build products that are accessible. Accessibility is making something available to as many people as possible. To make our products more accessible we need to consider diversity, cost, and
We need to build products that are accessible. Accessibility is making something available to as many people as possible. To make our products more accessible we need to consider diversity, cost, and catering to a variety of needs that aren’t necessarily the same as our own. We must never stop looking for ways to make our work more accessible.
catering to a variety of needs that aren’t necessarily the same as our own. We must never stop looking for ways to make our work more accessible.</p>
### Secure
We need to build products that are secure. In the age of https on everything, we’re more clued up about security. However, security is also confused and conflated with privacy. For example, Google encrypted email and said “yay! all your stuff is now safe and private from hackers!” But that email is not encrypted and private *from Google*, it just protects your information in transit between you and Google.
......
This diff is collapsed.
This diff is collapsed.
This diff is collapsed.
This diff is collapsed.
This diff is collapsed.
This diff is collapsed.
This diff is collapsed.
This diff is collapsed.
This diff is collapsed.
This diff is collapsed.
This diff is collapsed.
This diff is collapsed.
This diff is collapsed.