"Users were undoubtedly being double-counted as unique in both the AMP and our native website dashboards. The clearest indicator that this was true is in the change we've seen in return visitors since we turned off AMP."
"When ARC is combined with Zapier you can use your ARC data to share accessibility issues and information across your organization, set notifications when issues arise and raise bugs in your issue tracking systems."
"Mobile Safari increases the default font-size when you switch a website from portrait to landscape. On phones that is, it doesn't do it on iPad. Safari has been doing this for a long time, as a way to improve readability on non-mobile optimized websites. While undoubtedly useful in a time when literally no website was optimized for mobile, it's significantly less helpful nowadays."
"Shneiderman informed me that Lee had cited his work from the ACM for the Macintosh or PC, and that Lee had used the idea of light blue links from Shneiderman's work. From this we can infer that the blue hyperlink was indeed inspired by the research done at the University of Maryland."
"Build and test against the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) consistently by understanding what is a failure against the success criteria. These tests help you focus on the relevant criteria you need to apply and test against."
"There are many ways to increase your team's capacity for accessibility and it's less important where you start than it is that you do start. Accessibility must be a permanent program within organizations, much like security. You wouldn't just do one round of security testing and consider it taken care of."
"Previously I made the mistake of inferring whether or not to show the back button based on screen size. But the display-mode media feature allowed me to test the actual condition I cared about: is this user navigating in standalone mode?"
"Seeing as though an interface design system is a system comprised of other systems, I've decided to view a few of those systems separately. Some of these systems can exist independently from one another, but others are required aspects of another system."
"In Chrome 98, the Chrome and Fonts teams have added support for COLRv1, an evolution of the COLRv0 font format intended to make color fonts widespread by adding gradients, compositing and blending, and improved internal shape reuse for crisp and compact font files that compress well."