Why moving elements with translate() is better than pos:abs top/left « Paul Irish
"The top/left has very large time to paint each frame, which results in a choppier transition. All the CSS including some big box shadows, are computed on the CPU and composited against that gradient backdrop every frame."
necolas/idiomatic-css · GitHub
"The following document outlines a reasonable style guide for CSS development. These guidelines strongly encourage the use of existing, common, sensible patterns. They should be adapted as needed to create your own style guide."
Response to MSDN Article “Designing Accessibility with HTML5″ | Web Axe
"This blog is a review/response to the recent MSDN article Designing Accessibility with HTML5 by Rajesh Lal (@irajlal). The article is quite extensive and covers an intro to accessibility and disability, progressive enhancement, ARIA, forms, tables, and more."
Sauce Labs: Mac
"Over 95 browser/OS combinations Need to see how things look in Internet Explorer 10? We’ve got that. Want to see how your site performs in Safari on iPad? We have over 95 different browser and OS combinations."
Focal Point: Intelligent Cropping of Responsive Images | Design Shack
"Today we’re going to look at a fascinating little framework that allows you to not only automatically resize your images when the viewport changes, but also crop the images with a specific important focal point in mind. Amazingly enough, it does all this with pure CSS."
24 ways: Unwrapping the Wii U Browser
"Browsing the web on a TV or handheld console is a very different experience to browsing on a desktop or a mobile phone, and has many usability implications."
Nine Ways to Improve User Experience in Mobile Design | CSS-Tricks
"At Mobify, we recently analyzed data from more than 200 million visitors to our e-commerce customers’ sites, and found that 27% of site visits came from people shopping on smartphones and tablets. For some countries, such as Brazil, we found that nearly half of all e-commerce traffic came through mobile devices."