Diigo Bookmarks 05/04/2012
WebKit is the most popular mobile browser in the... — WebKitbits
"Interesting to note, that, if my theory is correct (“Mini” being more popular than “Mobile”), the prefix alias solution that they are recommending will only fix the CSS3 UX issues for the minority of their users."
Make sure your HTML5 document outline is backwards compatible | 456 Berea Street
"The reason is simple. Browsers and assistive technology haven’t implemented the HTML5 outline algorithm yet (the only exception I’m aware of is JAWS, which gets it wrong, as Jason Kiss explains in JAWS, IE and Headings in HTML5)."
Why you should care about CSS page performance | Boagworld
"A website that performs quickly and smoothly feels high-quality and that feeling translates to the brand it represents."
Nielsen vs Clark – they're both wrong | Opinion | .net magazine
"If you find that your mobile users use the site in a significantly different way than desktop users, check out Nielsen's guidelines and see which apply to you. And if you find that your mobile users are accessing the same content as desktop users then consider a responsive design."
Adactio: Journal—Left to our own devices
"I think there’s a common misunderstanding that testing on many different devices means developing for many different devices. Nothing could be further from the truth."
Scalable Navigation Patterns in Responsive Web Design | Palantir.net
"Here are some of the lessons we’ve learned working on a recent real-life, large-scale RWD project. Specifically, this post focuses on how we chose to deal with deep navigation in the landscape of a templated environment."
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