Screen Readers on Touchscreen Devices
"People who are blind or have low vision must rely on their memory and on a rich vocabulary of gestures to interact with touchscreen phones and tablets. Designers should strive to minimize the cognitive load for users of screen readers."
Thinking in Components | Hedley Smith
"Breaking down systems into smaller, useful, clearly defined, independent parts can have many advantages. Using this idea in front end web development from the design stage through development can help with keeping things clearer to developers, more consistent and more easily maintainable."
WebAIM: Screen Reader User Survey #6 Results
"Compared to previous surveys, the knowledge and use of landmarks has decreased slightly. 45.4% of JAWS users, 43.1% of NVDA users, 37.1% of Window-Eyes users, and 36.9% of VoiceOver users always or often use landmarks."
Should Your Domain Include WWW? - Catchpoint Blog
"The main reason for this difference is the complexity involved with setting up such a configuration so that it works with your DNS, Web Servers, and CDNs."
Is Responsive the End Game of Web Design : Adobe Dreamweaver Team Blog
"What all of this means is that “responsive” as a concept indeed works, both from an accessibility as well as a pure ROI-centered point of view. However, businesses in general just aren’t very bothered to make the jump and invest in a modern re-design."