Usable landmarks across desktop and mobile | » Henny Swan's blog
"- Only use Landmarks to plug semantic gaps, try not to duplicate structure or add noise - Consider removing Landmarks on mobile where content is significantly reduced"
Understanding the CSS3 Flexbox (Flexible Box Layout Module) - benfrain.com - blog of technology writer and web designer Ben Frain.
"We can take this a step further by adding the flex property to the body tag. That, way, anything can be visually re-ordered (remember, actual source order remains unchanged)."
Stacking Changes Coming to position:fixed elements - HTML5Rocks Updates
"Mobile browsers (Mobile Safari, Android browser, Qt-based browsers) put position:fixed elements in their own stacking contexts and have for some time (since iOS5, Android Gingerbread, etc) because it allows for certain scrolling optimizations, making web pages much more responsive to touch. Because of these optimizations, the spec has been updated."
Why mobile Web accessibility matters - best practices to make your mobile site accessible | mobiForge
"The following tips will help you make your mobile site more accessible for visitors with visual impairments, particularly those using screen readers."
Hot in web standards: July/August 2012 | Feature | .net magazine
"Ship experimental features unprefixed but only in beta and nightly builds of browsers. Once three browsers implement the same feature, and it works in roughly the same way, all three of them are allowed to ship it in a stable build, so that developers can start using it in production."
Daily Deeds iPhone Application
"Daily Deeds is a simple and fun way to motivate yourself to perform the things you need to do every day."
Web Accessibility Testing: What Can be Tested and How | Karl Groves
"there are 9 WCAG Success Criterion (in Level A and AA) that cannot be tested for in any meaningful manner using a tool. There are another 13 that can be tested for automatically but require a human to verify."