Radancy Web Standards

Development Standards, Guidelines, Tools and Best Practices

Welcome to Radancy’s open design and development resource on GitHub! We believe in open standards, transparency, collaboration and want to give back to a community that has given so much to us! Feel free to contribute to these documents or fork and use as a basis for your own development standards.

User Interface Standards and Guidelines

Best practices for HTML, CSS, and JavaScript development, as well as other industry wide best practices that have been adopted by Radancy designers and developers. Standards rule!

Resource Library

A library of common design patterns, resources, and functional code found on Talentbrew and many of our other custom crafted websites. Check it out.

Code Review Process

Provides a record of the different resources used to create the code standards guide.

Photoshop Guidelines

Guidelines for preparing a photoshop file to be handed off to development teams. Educate Yourself.

Education & Outreach

TMP’s UI team is filled with teachers. Here are but a few topics we have shared with our colleagues over the years.


The Radancy UID Team

If you wish to contribute, fork this project, make some changes, and create a pull request.

New to GitHub? Learn the basics with the guide and learn the GitHub flow.

Quality Assurance

All patterns, layouts, and functionality are tested against our supported browsers. We also look for accessibility issues via automated and manual testing tools and methods. Radancy is committed to the accessibility of its websites and products and strives to meet as much of WCAG 2.1 Level AA as possible. If you discover any problems with our work, please open up an issue and let us know about it or contact Michael Spellacy.