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Blog · Dec 21st, 2022

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Tom Stothard Whitaker

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Joss Mackison

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Luke Bennett

Using CSS logical properties for internationalisation

We discuss the juiciest bits of an internal Slack conversation on design systems and logical properties. Served up with a dose of casual chat, two of our design systems experts – Joss Mackison and Luke Bennett – unpack best practices for the use of CSS logical properties for better internationalisation in design systems.

Technology discussed

  • CSS
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Tom Stothard Whitaker

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Tom is a front-end developer at Thinkmill. In his free time, he enjoys taking photos and exploring the outdoors.

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Joss Mackison

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Front-end developer. Passionate about design-systems, with an emphasis on user experience and accessibility.

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Luke Bennett

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