Rucksack | CSS Superpowers
"Rucksack makes CSS development fun again, with features the language should have come with out of the box. It's built on PostCSS, it's modular, it doesn't add any bloat, and it's lightning fast."
iOS 9, Safari and the Web: 3D Touch, new Responsive Web Design, Native integration and HTML5 APIs | Breaking the Mobile Web
"it’s time again to come back here and explain what I’ve found with iOS 9, the new devices (6S series and iPad Pro) and also the new OSs from Apple (watch OS 2 and tvOS 9 –yes, it’s version 9-) from a web developer’s point of view."
Should You Use a Custom Scroll Indicator? A Study with Eye-Tracking | Viget
"Our evidence suggests that custom scroll indicators may not be worth the development effort and page weight, for a few reasons"
SOTB5 - What even is a table? A quick look at Accessibility APIs - Edd Sowden on Vimeo
"We will cover the tools that you have available to you today to ensure that you are doing the best job possible. I will show how checking your accessibility isn’t as scary as you first thought and give you some practical tips and tools you can use to improve your sites today."
Surfin' Safari - Blog Archive » Scroll Snapping with CSS Snap Points
"Since the specification is still in flux, we have prefixed our implementation with -webkit in keeping with the W3C requirements for features that have not completed the standardization process."
Short note on coding alt text | The Paciello Group – Your Accessibility Partner (WCAG 2.0/508 audits, VPAT, usability and accessible user experience)
"Can alt have line breaks in it or does that do weird things to AT/SRs?"