It began, as many things do, with a silly conversation. In this case, I was talking with our Front End Technology Competency Director (aka "boss man") Mundi Morgado.
It went something like this…
Mundi Morgado I want you to build a visual screen reader.
Nathan Smith Who what now?
Mundi Morgado I want a CSS library that allows you to see the structure of a document. It shouldn't use
class so that you're forced to focus on semantics. Also, make it theme-able.
Nathan Smith Sure, let me see what I can come up with.
Fast-forward a week, and we've got what we are now calling:
Trashy.css: The throwaway CSS library with no class