Building Web Apps for Everyone - O'Reilly Media
"A surprising number of users (so-called "edge cases") own outdated computers with older browsers, have slow connections, or struggle with physical disabilities that prevent them from accessing today’s sites and apps. How do you strike a balance in your design to include everyone?"
Hamburger Menus and Hidden Navigation Hurt UX Metrics
"Discoverability is cut almost in half by hiding a website’s main navigation. Also, task time is longer and perceived task difficulty increases."
Accessibility Matters: Meet Our New Book, “Inclusive Design Patterns” (Pre-Release) – Smashing Magazine
"Today we’re privileged to announce our brand new book on inclusive design patterns, written by Heydon Pickering, with dozens of practical examples of accessible interface components and inclusive design workflow, applicable to your work right away."
The Languages Which Almost Became CSS - Eager Blog
"Challenges like this (and the widespread use of non-standard HTML tags to define style) meant CSS was not usable until 1997, and was not fully supported by any single browser until March of 2000."
"The opening keynote from the inaugural HTML Special held before CSS Day 2016 in Amsterdam."