Diigo Bookmarks 05/17/2012
Designing in the browser | Opinion | .net magazine
"1. We should spend design time working in the medium of HTML, CSS and JS. 2. Clients should be shown HTML and CSS mockups in place of static images as the final design deliverable where possible."
HTML5 adaptive images: end of round one | HTML5 Doctor
"But I don't really care which syntax makes the spec, as long as it addresses the majority of use cases and it is usable by authors. I'm just glad we're discussing the adaptive image problem at all."
"But let's be clear: this is exactly how the WHATWG is supposed to work. Use-cases are evaluated and whatever Hixie thinks is best solution gets put in the spec, regardless of how popular or unpopular it is."
A List Apart: Articles: Responsive Images and Web Standards at the Turning Point
"When the WHATWG proposed a solution last week, many of the people involved in that discussion hadn't participated in the RICG. In fact, some key decision makers hadn't so much as heard of it."
ARIA-Group: a viable alternative for Fieldset / Legend?
"The roles "group" and "radiogroup" are well supported and may be used to group form controls in situations where one might use HTML's fieldset - legend elements. It is advisable to include some visual cue via CSS to convey grouping too."
20 leading web designers' desks for your inspiration | Feature | .net magazine
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