Diigo Bookmarks 11/20/2019
- Can Designers and Engineers Use a Single Source of Truth? Part 1.
"The wrong output of a design tool leads to the wrong input provided to the development process. Those combined result in the wrong output experienced by the users. As long as the input remains incorrect, the end result will not be satisfactory."
- No, Absolutely Not | CSS-Tricks
"What I've learned this year is that web performance will suffer if you don't say no to the marketing department because you'll suddenly find yourself with eighteen different analytics scripts on your website."
- The business case for accessibility | Deque
"In this blog post, we'll be focusing on all four aspects of ROI as they relate to accessibility: capturing an overlooked market share, risk management, lowering operational costs and boosting brand value."
- Sorry Computer, You're Not a Teapot - The History of the Web
"There are, after all, only 100 possible status codes that can be used for 4xx, so freeing up 418 could potentially be useful in the future, especially since this one started as a joke."
- How to Use Color Blind Friendly Palettes to Make Your Charts Accessible - Venngage
"In this guide, we'll break down the different types of color blindness and their special considerations with respect to data visualization. We'll also show you how to effectively use color blind friendly palettes to make your graphics available to a wider range of people."
- Understanding the Difference Between CSS Resolution and Device Resolution
"The purpose of device resolution is for screen media, images, and videos. With the extra pixels of those high-density screens, we can provide those devices with higher-density images and videos, and thus create a sharper view of those media."